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Ajahn Sumedho Anthology Volume 2 - Seeds of Understanding

Ajahn Sumedho

This volume contains material that spans the early and middle stages of Ajahn Sumedho’s teaching career, and has previously appeared as three separate books - ‘Mindfulness: the Path to the Deathless’ ,’Questions and Answers with Ajahn Sumedho’ and ‘The Mind and the Way.’ Since we aren’t sure whether Wisdom Publications will allow us to distribute ‘The Mind and the Way’ electronically, we have removed the downloadable versions until this is clarified.

Ajahn Sumedho Anthology Volume 1 - Peace is a Simple Step

Ajahn Sumedho

Peace is a Simple Step brings together material that forms a foundation to Ajahn Sumedho’s teachings, from talks that were given in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It is a collection made up of three books – ‘Cittaviveka’, ‘Teachings from the Forest’ and ‘The Four Noble Truths’.

Our Roots in the Thai Forest Tradition-Abhayagiri 2014 Winter Retreat DVD

Abhayagiri Sangha

This mp3 DVD contains readings by the Abhayagiri Community from twenty-five different Thai Forest teachers with reflections and commentary by Ajahn Pasanno in response to the community’s questions. The DVD also includes the contents of six previously released mp3 CDs: the 2013 Winter Retreat, the 2012 and 2013 Thanksgiving/Monastic Retreats, the 2008 Metta Retreat, and Ānāpānasati and Viriya from the 2005 Winter Retreat. The DVD contents are also available online (opens in new tab).

Clarity and Calm

Ajahn Sucitto

This booklet offers some means to find clarity and calm within a few minutes. They can be put into practice in a range of non-specialized situations – in the time it would take you to drink a cup of tea. If you live a busy life, this guide may help you come out of the momentum of the day and give you more time. These suggestions may also offer you a way to meditate – but that’s up to you and another guide.

Treasures of the Buddha's Teaching

Ajahn Thiradhammo

A collection of passages from the Pali Canon, with commentaries by Ajahn Thiradhammo. It presents a basic outline of the life of the Buddha, his teachings (Dhamma) and the monastery community (Sangha) which he founded, the traditional ‘Triple Gem’ of Buddhism.

2013 Abhayagiri Thanksgiving Monastic Retreat

Abhayagiri Sangha

This mp3 CD contains Dhamma talks, guided meditations, and questions and answers from the 2013 Abhayagiri Thanksgiving Monastic Retreat which occurred from November 22 to December 1 at the Angela Center in Santa Rosa, California. The pdf file contains an index of talks and questions. The CD contents are also available for online browsing and request as part of the 2014 Winter Retreat DVD Collection.

Abhayagiri 2013 Photo Album

Abhayagiri Sangha

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 and epub format and can be ordered from Blurb for the cost of printing. The photos in this book can also be viewed in the gallery.

Abhayagiri 2013 Winter Retreat

Abhayagiri Sangha

This mp3 CD contains readings and reflections from the Abhayagiri 2013 Winter Retreat. After an introductory series of talks on meditation, Ajahn Pasanno, Ajahn Karuṇadhammo, and Ajahn Jotipālo read selections from the Pāli canon and other sources focused on the five hindrances, five aggregates, six sense bases, seven factors of enlightenment, and the four noble truths. The pdf contains the CD liner notes. These talks are available for download at somewhat reduced audio quality on the audio page. The CD contents are also available for online browsing (opens in new tab) and request as part of the 2014 Winter Retreat DVD Collection.

The Hush at the End of the World

Ajahn Amaro

Based on a journey that Ajahn Amaro took with Ajahn Sumedho in 2003, this book is filled with dharma reflections and photographs from the journey.

Santi - Peace Beyond Delusion

Ajahn Liem

The two Dhamma-talks in this book were given by Luang Por Liem Thitadhammo at Wat Nong Pah Pong in the years 1988 and 1991. In both of these talks, Luang Por tells of his practice at Wat Nong Pah Pong some twenty years before, when he first came to the monastery into the care and training of Luang Por Chah. He describes his experience in the monastery at that time, both in its communal aspects, and in terms of his trials and successes in the personal struggle for liberation of mind.