Nowadays, it can be seen that instead of doing meditation people are focusing on rectifying outside world. Some of such people call themselves a saint, sanyaasi, monk, swami, mahaguru (great teacher), sadguru(teacher of all), etc.
But it can be easily detected that they are not worthy of such noble words. If someone is unsatisfied in one way or other and is not ready to compromise in any way, can that person be a "self inspired meditator" to be an Arahant?
Remember Buddha's last words: "Atta Hi Attano Natho" (You are your own master), in fact this is what our mind does.
Is it possible to live an ascetic life in India/Nepal and meditate to one's heart's contents?
Any suggestions of such place in India/Nepal? (That place must be silent, as in pin-drop-silence).
This question has 2 parts:
1) Possibility of being a SELF - Meditator/Bhikkhu.
2) Silent place/ashram/Monastery in India/Nepal to practice Self-Meditation by being a monk without teacher, other than core teachings of Buddha (Means without teacher-student criteria)?
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