Half raucous adventure and half inspirational memoir, Rude Awakenings documents an unusual pilgrimage. Two very different men — life-loving naturalist Nick Scott and austere Buddhist monk Ajahn Sucitto — together spend six months retracing the Buddha’s footsteps through India… Rude Awakenings is a heady record of survival and spirituality set against the dramatic backdrop of one of India’s most la…
This story is intended to be both a partner to the novel ‘The Pilgrim Kāmanīta,’ written by Karl Gjellerup in 1906, and a tale that stands on its own. There is no need to have read the earlier book in order to make sense of this one.
Morning and Evening Chanting (Pūjā), Reflections, and Suttas, as Used by Buddhist Monasteries and Groups Associated with the Western Forest Saṅgha in the Lineage of Ajahn Chah.
A collection of shorter teachings from various talks and informal Dhamma discussions. They have been selected with the hope of capturing Ajahn Anan’s ability to help us overcome our difficulties and grow in wholesome qualities as a result.
A biography of the highly revered nun, Mae Chee Kaew, a disciple of Ajahn Mahā Boowa.
This book evolved out of some talks by Ajahn Sucitto given in the space of a few years, mostly at Cittaviveka Monastery. In these talks, he had been exploring the relevance of the Buddha’s teachings on kamma to the practice of meditation.
A compendium of the ‘essence teachings’ of the Buddha, as they appear in the Pāli Canon.
A varied collection of material – talks, poems, travelogues and artwork – including the travelogue of a journey to Egypt made in December of 2006.