A collection of eight new or significantly revised translations of Ajahn Chah’s Dhamma talks by Thanissaro Bhikkhu. Two of them have never been translated before into English, and four of them are based on entirely new Thai transcriptions of the best and most complete source recordings available.
Ajahn Chah was a master at using the apt and unusual simile to explain points of Dhamma. The translations of these similes have been polished as little as possible, for their unpolished nature is precisely what reveals unexpected layers of meaning. This book is a companion to It’s Like This.
A collection of talks, essays, and accounts from the community at Wat Pah Nanachat. Originally printed in 1999, this second edition of Forest Path was reprinted in 2013. The second edition includes slightly updated material.
A collection of talks given by Ajahn Amaro exploring the connection between Buddhism and the environment. This book attempts to address some of the issues arising from the ecological tensions in the world today – the imbalances in this precious, delicate, and intricately structured ecosystem, this slender membrane of life that wraps the blue-green ball of the Earth.
This DVD contains readings by Ajahn Amaro of 58 recorded talks given by Ajahn Chah, translated and edited for print over the years and republished recently as The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah. The files can also be found on this podcast from Amaravati.
A collection of teachings and chanting from the “Enshrinement of the Lord Buddha’s Relics” ceremony held in the Buddha Homage Reliquary Hall at Ratanawan Monastery in Thailand (January 6th-8th 2012). Contains 3 DVDs.
A collection of teachings and chanting from the 20th Anniversary Ajahn Chah Rememberance Day held in Malaysia on December 17-18, 2011. Contains 3 DVDs.
Using the outline of the ten Pāramīs, Ajahn Sucitto presents a path of practice that gathers in all that we think, say, and do. Based on a series of talks given in the mid-1990’s.
A collection of Dhamma Talks and Q&A sessions from Ajahn Dtun, recorded at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2011.