Edited from a Dhamma talk given by Ajahn Ñāṇadhammo at Wat Pah Nanachat (27 September 2002) in Ubon Rachathani Province, Thailand.
This is one of the few books written by the revered forest teacher, the late Ācariya Mahā Boowa (Bhikkhu Ñāṇasampanno), formerly the abbot of Wat Pa Ban Tad.
A Dhamma talk given to monks, novices and nuns after the ceremony of asking forgiveness, at Wat Nong Pah Pong (12 September 1996) in Ubon Rachathani Province, Thailand.
Ajahn Amaro reflects on the teachings of The Natural Great Perfection from the Dzogchen teachings and compares it with those familiar in the Pāli Canon and in the Thai Forest Tradition.
A collection of Dhamma talks commemorating Ajahn Sucitto’s fiftieth birthday.
Ajahn Pasanno deals with the practice of the Brahmavihāras in two teachings, while Ajahn Amaro gives an overview of Theravāda Buddhism and Ajahn Chah’s teaching of Right View in that tradition.
Adapted from a talk given on a retreat held at the Angela Center, Santa Rosa, California, November 1997.
“The practice of Buddhism is most frequently associated with the quiet, reflective and introspective aspects of formal meditation, with little recognition or realization of the many means by which we can cultivate such qualities as joy, gladness and the uplift of the heart… This booklet therefore is about the recognition and cultivation of those means whereby we bring emotive forces into our daily…
Advice to monks, novices and postulants before the Dtao-Dum Retreat, by Venerable Luang Por Piek at Wat Fakram (4 march 2001), Pathum Thani, Thailand.