In 1916, Phra Ajaan Mun stayed with Phra Ajaan Sao whom he greatly admired. Although he had been into monkhood for 20 years, he performed a monk’s task for Phra Ajaan Sao—cleaning the monk’s bowl, washing the Buddhist monk’s robes and fetching water—just as he always did when he newly entered monkhood. At this temple, […]
During his pilgrimage, Phra Ajaan Mun stopped at Wat Pa Ban Nong Kong to take some rest. The temple was still a forest at that time. Sitting under a wild almond tree, he prayed, “Shall these fruits never fall while I am staying here.” To the present day, although the tree is prolific, its fruits […]
Wat Pa Non Sawang, formerly a forest-dwelling at Ban Na Mee-Na Yung Subdistrict, was the place where Phra Ajaan Mun stayed after he left Wat Pa Dong Mafai. His followers, including Phra Ajaan Waen Suchinno and Phra Ajaan Tue Ajaladhammo, came along as they desired to be taught Dhamma by Phra Ajaan Mun.