Ajahn Chah gives simple, profound advice to an aging student as she approaches her death.
Mushim Patricia Ikeda teaches us how to generate loving-kindness and good will as an antidote to hatred and fear.
Bhikkhuni Sudhamma traces the origins of Buddhist ordination for women to Queen Anula, Sri Lanka’s first Buddhist nun.
Satipatthana as defined by Thanissaro Bhikkhu, an abbot in the Thai Forest Tradition.
Burmese meditation master Sayadaw U Pandita had a defining influence on the Western Insight movement of Theravada Buddhism.
The Pali Canon is the body of scriptures central to the Theravada school of Buddhism containing the largest collection of teachings (suttas) attributed to the historical Buddha.
Jack Kornfield teaches us the transformative mindfulness practice known as “RAIN.”
The classical Theravada model of meditation employs the practices of shamatha and vipassana, both. Ajahn Brahmavamso explains the path of tranquility and insight.
A teaching by Sharon Salzberg on the interconnectedness of all things.
Determined to save Buddhism in Burma during colonial rule, Ledi Sayadaw popularized the teachings of the Abhidharma and introduced thousands of laypeople to the practice of insight meditation. As Erik Braun tells us, he set in motion a revolution in Buddhist practice still being felt around the globe.