Three talks to the monastic community of Wat Pah Nanachat.
A collection of poems by Bhikkhu Abhinando in both English and German languages.
A novel set in the time of the Buddha portrays the life of the pilgrim Kamanita in his long and roundabout quest for spiritual perfection. This is a new version of an old book, edited by Ajahn Amaro.
A translation of the third chapter of P.A. Payutto’s Buddhadhamma. This work focuses on the three signs of anicca, dukkha, and anatta as presented in the Suttas and Abhidhamma.
A novel set in the time of the Buddha portrays the life of the pilgrim Kamanita in his long and roundabout quest for spiritual perfection. This is a new version of an old book, edited by Ajahn Amaro, and then translated into French.
Four Dhamma talks, progressing from the basics of meditation to more advanced stages of the Path. Includes a talk giving detailed accounts of Ajahn Anan’s own experiences in the practice.
A collection of nine transcribed Dhamma talks given by Ajahn Chah to the lay community as well as to the monastic community in Thailand.
An assortment of talks by Ajahn Chah, given in ordinary, everyday language.
Teachings about “Samaṇa-Dhamma”, the virtues of a Buddhist monk by Luang Por Liem Ṭhitadhammo.
Ajahn Amaro shares his experiences and thoughts from his first visit to the US in 1990 up to 2007. During those years much happened, most importantly the founding of Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery. This travelogue gives the reader a healthy glimpse into the short yet rich history of bringing Ajahn Chah’s monastic tradition to the US.