This is Luang Por Pasanno’s first book that was published in 1992 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his abbotship at Wat Pah Nanachat. The book became a very rare find, and was published again in 2019 to celebrate Luang Por’s 70th birthday.
Buddha-Nature, Human Nature is a book about our environment and the effects that Buddhism has had and can have upon it.
Recollections by Ajahn Sucitto and a collection of his Dhamma Reflections from 1985 to 2017.
Eight chapters of teachings recently given by Ajahn Munindo at Aruna Ratanagiri Monastery.
Servant of Reality is a companion volume to Alert To The Needs Of The Journey (Aruno Publications 2018). Each chapter of this small book stands alone, but readers might also find benefit from reading them in the sequence in which they are presented. This compilation is offered not necessarily to those looking for instruction on Buddhism, but by way of encouragement to anyone interested in deepenin…
This book contains reflections and answers to questions from Luang Por Pasanno during a retreat on December 17-24, 2006 at the Young Buddhists Association in Thailand.
This book is a collection of reflections by Luang Por Pasanno, as well as answers to questions, from a retreat taught by him between December 9-16, 2010 at the Young Buddhists Association in Thailand.
This book contains a selection of 52 verses taken from the Dhammapada. Accompanying each verse is a short paragraph by Ajahn Munindo, a Theravādin Buddhist monk and currently abbot of Aruṇa Ratanagiri monastery in Northumberland, UK.
This book is based on talks given by Ajahn Passano in 2018 during his sabbatical in Thailand where he reflects on birth, death, and transformation. In 2018, Ajahn Pasanno stepped out of his role of abbot at Abhayagiri Monastery and began a year-long retreat. During his retreat, he resided for several months at a monestary in Pak Chong, the district of Nakhon Ratchasima Province. Over the course of…
Each fall, Abhayagiri Monastery creates a photo album of the year’s events. This year’s album chronicles the Reception Hall’s completion, Luang Por Amaro’s October visit, and the monastery’s ongoing forestry work guarding against future fires.