Luang Por Pasanno provides reflections and advice on dealing with the “becoming mind”, and how freedom from becoming is freedom from suffering.
The autobiography of a renowned Thai forest meditation master.
A collection of talks given by Ajahn Anan over the last 23 years exploring the wisdom gained from practicing the Buddha’s path and the integration of that wisdom into daily life.
Gratitude is an important quality that lies at the foundation of our practice and the Buddhist culture in general. This book is a collection of talks on the theme of gratitude from some of the most senior teachers in our tradition: Luang Por Liem, Ajahn Sumedho, Ajahn Pasanno, Ajahn Amaro, Ajahn Nyanadhammo, and Ajahn Jayasaro.
A translation of the fourth chapter of P. A. Payutto’s Buddhadhamma. This work focuses on Dependent Origination, as presented in the Suttas and Abhidhamma.
This booklet, describing meditation tools and techniques for beginners in a series of lessons, is based on a six-week series of classes given in Mendocino, California, in 2002.
This small booklet is a selection of some of Ajahn Chah’s teachings dealing specifically with meditation practice.
From the introduction: “We have put together this small collection of writings in response to an invitation to reprint some of the nuns’ published teachings. There being no collection of teachings that was considered to be suitable for re-printing in its entirety, we have gathered material from various sources.”
Guidelines on meditation in accordance with the teachings of the Buddha from 2500 years ago. These teachings encourage us to look into states of discontent and stress in order to understand and remove their causes.