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Meditation Forest

Historically elephants in Thailand have been used for various purposes, such as labor, warfare, and tourism. However, this has often led to one-sided relationships, or commensalism, where only humans benefit, causing mental and physical stress for the elephants. Meditation Forest aims to establish a Mutualistic Meditative Coexistence between humans and elephants, fostering a balanced and sustainable relationship that enhances the well-being of both species.