The Middle Way Meditation Village invites people of all races and faiths to join our meditation course, provided no age limitation if they are matured and healthy, fitting enough to stay in isolately surrounding and keen interest in meditation and are willing to follow the program and the instructor's guidance.  

Minimizing Distracting and Preserving Peaceful Atmosphere

Stilling the mind is key to success in the Dhammakaya meditation. 
You will find that even in the absence of external distractions such as when you close your eyes for meditation, your mind sometimes wander off to a person, place or thing. 
Therefore, it is important to keep any sort of distraction to a minimum to help every participant succeed in the Dhammakaya meditation during the valuable time they spend at the village.

For this reason, we require

that participants strictly observe the simple code of conduct, which consists of not killing both people and animals, not stealing, not lying, not engaging in any sexual contact of all forms, not smoking and not drinking.  This code of conduct aims at creating peace, trust, and harmony in the meditation community and to make the village even more conducive for meditation study and practice—all to the benefit of every retreat participant.

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