The oldest lineage of Buddhism, Theravada is known for sharing the earliest recorded teachings of the Buddha. Building on this ancient lineage, Theravada today is innovative and diverse. Derek Pyle reports on the tapestry of communities that make up American Theravada.
Ajahn Chah explains some of Buddhisms most important principles, including nirvana, samadhi, and why it’s important to “Be really careful!”
If you think you’re seeing things as they really are, think again. Unless you’ve had the deep experience of letting go, there is only a myriad of illusions.
Upasika Kee Nanayon, shows us how to combine concentration and clear-seeing to penetrate the “mass of deceit” that is the mind.
After caring for his mother, Ajahn Viradhammo reflects on self-sacrifice and the importance of cultivating a strong and expansive heart.
Venerable Ajahn Maha Bua (Maha Boowa), a master of the Thai Forest tradition of Theravada Buddhism, has passed away at the age of 97.
What’s it really like to live a life in robes in Thailand? Brooke Schedneck finds out.
The late Ajahn Chah teaches on the clear and penetrating knowing which frees us from the deception and suffering of untrained mind.