Peace with Buddha
Ayutthaya provides you with the ultimate peace of mind. These three words have been heard and spoken many a times but seldom have been experienced. It is easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of life when you are ignorant of the environment around you. The happenings around you is what conducts the energy and it is what drains your energy. Now a site, an environment, a plan, a visit that all centers towards this single entity of mind boggling nature. That would be a thing of beauty.
As said in Buddhism, calm yourself the world calms down. You would find more than realization of the said line in here with the proof of previous visitors coming in. Of course, the added benefit of the whole place being away from the city life and interlocked with water bodies helps. That being said some spiritual gurus have gone on record and confirmed a high level of serenity and chakras here.
The rationalist would agree, the Buddhist would agree and the realist would agree too. There is no room left for questioning. The rationalist would agree on the ground of the surroundings, the place, the serenity, the image, the experience and the water. A Buddhist has no reason to disagree because he feels the connection and he feels the short waves of rapport and connectivity with his mind to his heart completely here. A realist has to be real, so the realist would agree and do so only after experiencing it.
Sitting on the lap of Buddha nature once smiled and said “I have been told the most beautiful because of what I present to all, I have been said the most ferocious because of what destruction I do, I have been called a mother for what I nurture, I have been called the care taker for what I offer, but now in your lap is the true sanity I will offer and in your sanctity is the true peace I reward”. Such stories are abundant in the area and they cannot be refuted because you will believe them. Not because of misplaced trust in the religion but because of the scene that stands in front of your eyes, because of the aura that your mind feels, because of the sounds that your heart listens.
The yin and yang of life, the bad and good of life, the pros and cons of actions, all assimilate here and your search for peace ends here. For, to put these into words is not a man’s job but to put it into experience is Ayutthaya’s job. Travel with a tourist guide in Ayutthaya and see for yourself if you can find the peace you’re looking for.