Burmese monk Mahasi Sayadaw helped revolutionize Buddhism. He was a respected scholar, teacher, and meditation master.
The late Burmese teacher Mahasi Sayadaw helped to revitalize the Vipassana tradition with his precise teachings on meditation. His student Bhante Bodhidhamma presents Mahasi’s simple and direct method for slowing down and ultimately halting conceptual thinking.
Bhikkhu Bodhi on the stern but eloquent teachings of chronic pain.
Three well-known Buddhist teachers offer techniques to lessen pain’s mental suffering, look at its true nature, and learn its valuable lessons
Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche presents five noble qualities that enable us to experience our ever-present natural happiness.
“When you understand that this present moment is all there is, you have no choice but radical acceptance.” Two teishos by Eido Shimano Roshi
Who are the foolish beings? According to the Shin tradition of Pure Land Buddhism, we all are. Mark Unno explains that only by becoming aware of our limited self and acknowledging our fundamental foolishness can we realize the oneness of all beings and the limitless flow of compassion.
Ajahn Punnadhammo discusses the necessity of holding the right view of rebirth for Buddhist practice.
Review of Back on the Fire: Essays by Gary Snyder.
Review of Buddhist Goddesses of India by Miranda Shaw.