Online Retreat with Ajahn Anan

15 – 23 Jul 2023.

“With each mindful moment, you move one step closer to nibbāna.”

 

You are invited to join us for the Jul 2023 ONLINE retreat with Ajahn Anan.

During this retreat, Ajahn Anan and the monastic sangha will guide us on the Buddha’s path of developing a heart of goodness & peace, clarity & wisdom that leads us to shedding suffering and realising true happiness.

สำหรับคนไทย โปรดคลิกที่นี่เพื่อเข้าเพจภาษาไทย

About Ajahn Anan (Phra Rajvajiranyan)

Venerable Ajahn Anan Akiñcano took ordination under Venerable Ajahn Chah in 1975 at the age of 22. He spent his early years as a monk living with his teacher, attending on him and receiving his wise guidance.

In 1984, Ajahn Anan established his own branch monastery, Wat Marp Jan, in the east of Thailand. Starting off with nine monks, the community has now grown to around 50. His compassionate presence and diverse teaching approach has attracted students from all over the world.

Ajahn Anan’s teachings emphasise being aware in the present moment, establishing our hearts in kindness, finding inner peace, and reflecting on the nature of our bodies, minds and lives.

Click here to read a short biography of Ajahn Anan.

Registration

Registration link: https://forms.gle/sDqQ2VMRRHxzkfY8A

This online retreat is suitable for those who are able to commit to the entire schedule as it is a full and comprehensive retreat. Ajahn Anan has also kindly made the retreat open to those who can only join in for parts due to other commitments such as work or family, or time-zone differences, so that all who have the faith and energy to join may still benefit.

Zoom Login

Link: Click here to join all Zoom sessions
Meeting ID: 874 0575 1788
Passcode: 123

Schedule for Online Retreat

This online retreat is suitable for those who are able to commit to the entire schedule as it is a full and comprehensive retreat. Ajahn Anan has also kindly made the retreat open to those who can only join in for parts due to other commitments such as work or family, or time-zone differences, so that all who have the faith and energy to join may still benefit.

RETREAT SCHEDULE in different time zones

[GMT+12] New Zealand
[GMT+10] Sydney & Melbourne
[GMT+8] Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong
[India Standard Time]
[Central European Time]
[GMT+1] UK
[Pacific Time] San Francisco, Vancouver, LA

Questions & Answers

If you have any questions for Ajahn Anan, please click here to submit your questions via an online form

We will try to cover all the questions, however due to the large number of retreatants and limited time for Q&As, we appreciate your kind understanding if we are not able to cover your question.

If your question was not answered, do not despair, as the on-going Wat Marp Jan Friday evening Zoom session has a Q&A slot with Luang Por Anan which you are welcome to join.

Chanting Guide

The verses we recite together during the morning and evening sessions can be found in the Wat Marp Jan Chanting Book: Wat Marp Jan Pali-English Chanting Book

Recordings

As some participants will be joining from different timezones, all Dhamma talks will be uploaded to Ajahn Anan Dhamma YouTube channel within the same day.

Those who missed the Dhamma talks can watch the videos at your convenience: https://www.youtube.com/ajahnanan

Donation

There are no charges for attending this retreat; it is a gift freely given. However, if you wish to make a donation to support Ajahn Anan and the monastic community at Wat Marp Jan, you may find the details here: https://watmarpjan.org/en/support/

For Malaysia and Singapore, there will be optional group donation post the retreat.