Hundovir wrote:Hello there!
I'm trying (once again) to develop a practice. I live reasonably near Cittaviveka - a monastery in the Thai Forest tradition - and have visited a few times. I have also recently been reading Sayadaw U Jotika's "A Map of the Journey" which I'm finding remarkably refreshing and down-to-earth.
The "once again" above refers to about thirty years of on/off contact with the dhamma. I'm not exactly Mr. Committed!
I went to both Chithurst and Amaravati when I lived in the south east of England. Chithurst is set up mainly to train monks, there are more activities at Amaravati, if you can get there.