Within the pages of this book, we’re invited to read some reflections from Ajahn Viradhammo on the practice of Dhamma. For myself, and I hope for you, there will also be the experience of hearing his voice, and even being in his presence. It’s a warm voice, and a presence that supports the Way out of suffering, or dukkha. Perhaps when these teachings are carefully considered and put into practice,…
Edited transcriptions of talks given by Ajahn Sundara between 2003 and 2011 mostly at the Insight Meditation Center in California.
This book is compiled from talks given mostly in 2001 by Ajahn Sumedho. They convey an intuitive understanding of the Buddha’s teaching which has arisen from years of practice as a Buddhist monk. The first edition was originally published in 2004, but has long since been out of print. This new edition has been reviewed for typographical errors and redesigned, and some re-editing has been done. How…
Ajahn Amaro reflects on the teachings of The Natural Great Perfection from the Dzogchen teachings and compares it with those familiar in the Pāli Canon and in the Thai Forest Tradition. (Chinese translation)
This little booklet provides an illustrated cartoon tour of life at Abhayagiri. This booklet was initially made by a newly ordained bhikkhu to explain Abhayagiri to his family and friends.
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.
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.
Selected verses from the Dhammapada, with commentary by Ajahn Munindo.
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.
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.