In 1994, Pandit Bikkhu ordained as an Anagarika for six months in Ratanagiri Monastery in Newcastle, Northern UK and another six months in Amaravati while Ajahn Sumedho was abbot.
In late 1996, Pandit Bikkhu ordained as a Buddhist monk at Wat Luang Phor Sodh in Rajaburi Province. Four years later he moved to Wat Paknam, Bhasicharoen in order to attend the monastic university and gained a degree in psychology.
Having had experience in meditation styles of Mahasi Sayadaw, Ajahn Chah, Dhammakaya, and some Tibetan schools, Pandit Bhikkhu claims no lineage other than Buddhism. His own approach uses reflection on the six senses to hold the mind in empty alert awareness. But there are various techniques that are useful for people at different times in their practise. Just so long as you keep making an effort, with the right goal in mind, progress will be made.