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 varied collection of material – talks, poems, travelogues and artwork – including the travelogue of a journey to Egypt made in December of 2006.
A collection of ten transcribed talks given by Ajahn Chah, primarily to the monastic community in Thailand.
From the Dedication: “Todd’s life was like a river that flows gently to make all who came to know him happy… We put together this book with kind assistance from family and friends for readers who are interested in life’s lessons through stories and teachings related to this special boy’s life.”
Three talks to the monastic community of Wat Pah Nanachat.
A collection of poems by Bhikkhu Abhinando in both English and German languages.
A novel set in the time of the Buddha portrays the life of the pilgrim Kamanita in his long and roundabout quest for spiritual perfection. This is a new version of an old book, edited by Ajahn Amaro.
A translation of the third chapter of P.A. Payutto’s Buddhadhamma. This work focuses on the three signs of anicca, dukkha, and anatta as presented in the Suttas and Abhidhamma.