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.
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 Collectio…
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.
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 lin…
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.
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, an…
Ajahn Chah was a master at using the apt and unusual simile to explain points of Dhamma. He was especially talented at exploiting the open-ended nature of the simile - using a particular image to make one point in one context, and a very different point in another. This book is a companion to In Simple Terms.
A collection of eight new or significantly revised translations of Ajahn Chah’s Dhamma talks by Thanissaro Bhikkhu. Two of them have never been translated before into English, and four of them are based on entirely new Thai transcriptions of the best and most complete source recordings available.
Ajahn Chah was a master at using the apt and unusual simile to explain points of Dhamma. The translations of these similes have been polished as little as possible, for their unpolished nature is precisely what reveals unexpected layers of meaning. This book is a companion to It’s Like This.
A collection of talks, essays, and accounts from the community at Wat Pah Nanachat. Originally printed in 1999, this second edition of Forest Path was reprinted in 2013. The second edition includes slightly updated material.