A collection of short talks that are given every morning at Abhayagiri before the work period. The talks cover a diverse array of subjects but are intended to be practical and easy to use. You can also read this book on the web. It’s also possible to receive reflections like those contained in this book delivered once or twice a week to your email.
This mp3 CD contains the talks and readings from the Abhayagiri 2015 Winter Retreat focusing on the four foundations of mindfulness. After several introductory talks by Ajahn Pasanno, Ajahn Karuṇadhammo describes the Pali Canon’s teachings about mindfulness of the body. Of particular interest are two narrated slide shows explaining the contemplation of the thirty-two parts of the body. The remaind…
Ajahn Jayasaro has written this book in the form of questions and answers, as an introduction to the important features of Thai Theravada Buddhism. It has been made available at hotels and other accommodations to visitors to Thailand, but is also of benefit to a wider audience.
The Inner tyrant is a nagging voice that demands you achieve perfection, never offers congratulation. It cuts off access to the natural empathy of the heart. The key to unseating the inner tyrant is the continuous establishing the right intent.
Samādhi is the careful collecting of oneself into the joy of the present moment.
A book of reflections and photos recollecting the history of Amaravati Monastery in England, published to mark the monastery’s 30th Anniversary.
This mp3 CD contains Dhamma talks, guided meditations, and questions and answers from the 2014 Abhayagiri Thanksgiving Monastic Retreat which occurred from November 21 to November 30 at the Angela Center in Santa Rosa, California. The CD contents are also available for online browsing (opens in new tab) and can be downloaded as a zip file.
Each fall, Abhayagiri Monastery creates a photo album of the year’s events for Ajahn Pasanno to take on his December visit to Thailand. This book is available for free in pdf format and can be ordered from Blurb for the cost of printing. The photos from this book can also be viewed in the gallery.
An exhaustive survey of the Buddha’s exhortations from the Pali Canon addressed in the form “thus … should you train yourselves” (evañhi vo _.. sikkhitabba_ṃ).