Western Disciples of Ajahn Chah-Abhayagiri 2016 Winter Retreat CD

Western Disciples of Ajahn Chah-Abhayagiri 2016 Winter Retreat CD

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This MP3 CD contains the talks and readings from the Abhayagiri’s 2016 Winter Retreat, featuring readings from western disciples of the Thai Forest Tradition, including Luang Por Sumedho and Ajahn Geoff.

This CD is also available online for listening and/or downloading.

2016 Abhayagiri Photo Album

2016 Abhayagiri Photo Album

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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 year’s album features Abhayagiri’s 20th anniversary celebration and the ongoing construction of the Reception Hall, including the installation of the Buddha image.

Dhammapada Reflections Volume 1

Dhammapada Reflections Volume 1

อาจารย์ มุนินโท

This book contains a selection of 52 verses taken from The Dhammapada. Accompanying each verse is a short paragraph by Ajahn Munindo, a Theravadin Buddhist monk and currently abbot of Aruna Ratanagiri monastery in Northumberland, UK.

Dhammapada Reflections Volume 3

Dhammapada Reflections Volume 3

อาจารย์ มุนินโท

Selected verses from the Dhammapada, with commentary by Ajahn Munindo.

Seeds of Dhamma

Seeds of Dhamma

อาจารย์ สุนทรา

A small booklet containing short texts drawn from various Dhamma talks given by Ajahn Sundara at Amaravati Buddhist monastery. This collection includes teachings offered to both lay and monastic communities at meditation retreats, as well as excerpts from articles written by Ajahn Sundara over the past two decades. Randomly chosen, these passages address themes and aspects of the Buddha’s practice for readers to contemplate from the perspective of their own experience.

The Dhamma and the Real World 2016

The Dhamma and the Real World 2016

อาจารย์ ปสันโน & อาจารย์ อมโร

This small book contains four talks and conversations with Ajahn Pasanno and Ajahn Amaro. The book was originally produced in the year 2000, when both Ajahn Pasanno and Ajahn Amaro led the Abhayagiri community as co-abbots.

I'm Right, You're Wrong!

I'm Right, You're Wrong!

อาจารย์ อมโร

This small book is the first in a series of four, consisting of reflections and practices related to the ‘Sublime Abiding Places for the Heart’-the four brahma-viharas. The vision for the series is to explore these sublime abidings via the somewhat oblique approach of looking at their opposites. This particular book thus investigates metta through the lens of contention and self-righteousness and, through understanding them, how true kindness can be established.

Don't Push- Just Use the Weight of your own Body

Don't Push- Just Use the Weight of your own Body

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This small book is the second in a series of four, consisting of reflections and practices related to the ‘Sublime Abiding Places for the Heart’-the four brahma-viharas. The vision for the series is to explore these sublime abidings via the somewhat oblique approach of looking at what counters or muddies their activity. This particular book thus investigates karuna through the lens of that kind of anxious helpfulness that feels like we’re never doing enough, as well as other delusions that obstruct the compassionate heart.

Just One More...

Just One More...

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This small book is the third in a series of four, consisting of reflections and practices related to the ‘Sublime Abiding Places for the Heart’-the four brahma-viharas. The vision for the series is to explore these sublime abidings via the somewhat oblique approach of looking at what counters or muddies their activity. This particular book investigates mudita through the lens of self-centered desire and its relationship to dissatisfaction.

Who is Pulling the Strings?

Who is Pulling the Strings?

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This small book is the fourth in a series of four, consisting of reflections and practices related to the ‘Sublime Abiding Places for the Heart’-the four brahma-viharas. The vision for the series is to explore these sublime abidings via the somewhat oblique approach of looking at their opposites. This particular book investigates upekkha through the lens of superstitious views about why and how things happen as they do.