The concept of this book was originally developed by the lay sangha in New Zealand to commemorate Ajahn Vīradhammo’s thirty years as a monk.
This book from the nuns’ communities of Amaravati and Cittaviveka Buddhist Monasteries features talks from several of their senior nuns.
From the Introduction: “… What allows us to abide in that unexpected freedom, finding stillness and clarity in the eye of the storm, is a spacious, embracing awareness of the present moment, which for its liberating qualities lies at the heart of the Buddha’s teaching. This collection of talks is formed around the theme of this potentially limitless awareness.”
Buddhist teachings and a short biography of Luang Por Liem Ṭhitadhammo.
The journals of Venerable Jotipālo Bhikkhu and Austin Stewart on a Spiritual Journey up the Mississippi River Valley.
This book contains an interview with Luang Por Pasanno recounting his experience as the spiritual adviser to death row inmate Jay Siripong in 1999 as well as some of Jay’s personal notes on his spritual struggles. Vietnamese and Sinhalese translations of this book are available in pdf format.
A Dhamma talk given to the monks and novices of Wat Marp Jan (4 august 1999), Rayong Province, Thailand.
A Collection of Teachings by Venerable Ajahn Chah.
This small book, dedicated to the memory of his mother, is based on a talk given by Ajahn Amaro on March 29, 2003, at Abhayagiri Monastery, Redwood Valley, California.