Ajahn Yatiko was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, in 1968. He had a strong interest in religion from childhood and after a few years at university decided he needed to find a spiritual teacher, as opposed to an academic one. He was on his way to Tibet for ordination, but the plane stopped off in Bangkok on route. While having lunch in a Bangkok restaurant, a few Thai laymen sat down to join him and recommended he go to Wat Pah Nanachat, in Ubon. Owing to their high praise of Ajahn Chah, he decided to investigate. Shortly thereafter Ajahn Sumedho was visiting and Ajahn Yatiko was inspired to pursue monastic training at Wat Nanachat. He has been part of that community since 1992. He arrived at Abhayagiri in January, 2008.
|2011-11-13 Right View & Kamma 64:16|
|A talk given on Wise View and Karma at Spirit Rock’s monastic daylong in November 2011 with senior teachers from Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. The focus of this day is an exploration of mundane and transcendent right view and how skillful action and lifestyle support meditation practice and the development of insight.|
|Spirit Rock Meditation Center|