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Ajahn Sucitto (Bhikkhu Sucitto, born 4 November 1949) is a British-born Theravada Buddhist monk (Ajahn is the Thai rendition of ācārya, the Sanskrit word for 'spiritual teacher'). He was, between 1992 and 2014, the abbot of Cittaviveka, Chithurst Buddhist Monastery. Sucitto was born in London and ordained in Thailand in March 1976. He returned to Britain in 1978 and took up training under Ajahn Sumedho at the Hampstead Buddhist Vihara. In 1979 he was one of the small group of monks, led by Ajahn Sumedho, who established Cittaviveka, Chithurst Buddhist Monastery, in West Sussex. In 1981 he was sent up to Northumberland to set up a small monastery in Harnham, which subsequently became Aruna Ratanagiri. In 1984 he accompanied Ajahn Sumedho in establishing Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in Hertf

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  • Ajahn Sucitto (Bhikkhu Sucitto, born 4 November 1949) is a British-born Theravada Buddhist monk (Ajahn is the Thai rendition of ācārya, the Sanskrit word for 'spiritual teacher'). He was, between 1992 and 2014, the abbot of Cittaviveka, Chithurst Buddhist Monastery. Sucitto was born in London and ordained in Thailand in March 1976. He returned to Britain in 1978 and took up training under Ajahn Sumedho at the Hampstead Buddhist Vihara. In 1979 he was one of the small group of monks, led by Ajahn Sumedho, who established Cittaviveka, Chithurst Buddhist Monastery, in West Sussex. In 1981 he was sent up to Northumberland to set up a small monastery in Harnham, which subsequently became Aruna Ratanagiri. In 1984 he accompanied Ajahn Sumedho in establishing Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in Hertf
  • Ajahn Sucitto, o Bhikkhu Sucitto (Londra, 4 novembre 1949), è un monaco buddhista britannico theravada. Fa parte del Sangha thailandese dei Monaci della Foresta. Egli è stato, tra il 1992 e il 2014, abate del monastero di , o . Nato a Londra, fu ordinato in Thailandia nel Marzo 1976. Ritornato in patria nel 1978 divenne discepolo di Ajahn Sumedho presso il Vihara buddhista di Hampstead. Nel 1979 fu uno tra i pochi monaci che, guidati da Ajahn Sumedho, stabilirono il Monastero buddhista di Chithurst, nel West Sussex. Nel 1981 fu mandato nel Northumberland per stabilire un piccolo monastero ad Harnham, che in seguito divenne l'Aruna Ratanagiri. Nel 1984 insieme ad Ajahn Sumedho stabilì il monastero buddhista Amaravati nell'Hertfordshire. Nel 1992 fu nominato abate del Cittaviveka. Il 26 Ott
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