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However, let me share a few things I learned on the way (I was a Tibetan buddhist monk for 10 years).
I summarized them in 4 tips that you might want to consider before making a decision.
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Here are 4 important aspects of a monk’s life, I’ll start with the rough ones.
If you are a woman considering to become a nun, the very same applies.
The mass media has fed us pictures of serene meditators, facing gorgeous Himalayan landscapes. Probably busier than you’ve ever been: – Taking care of people (a lot of lost souls end up in Buddhist environments) – Organizing everything (teachings, religious events, accounting, I even worked on computers) – Washing the dishes – Cleaning the monastery And that’s on a 24/7 basis, no vacation (or hardly ever), no WE.
You’ll probably have moments like that if you chose to become a monk, but that’s the icing on the cake. Your retreat will be limited to a small room in which you’ll probably be solicited at anytime. For guys, that’s usually a challenge (and for girls too, when they become nuns).