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The Four Noble Truths A small booklet of edited talks given by Ajahn Sumedho on the central teaching of the Buddha: that the unhappiness of humanity can be overcome through spiritual means.
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I read this book trying to understand living more mindfully in the present. I am a practicing follower of Jesus and found this book a useful supple toward that end. It was also helpful in allowing me a greater insight into eastern spiritual mindset and culture, which helps me feel more connected to 1st century Palestinian Christians.
The Four Noble Truths
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Ajahn Sumedho This book contains a collection of teachings of Ajahn Sumedho given to people who are familiar with the conventions of Theravada Buddhism and have some experience of meditation. Most of the chapters are edited from talks given during retreats for lay people or for Ajahn Sumedho's monastic disciples, so they require some careful attention and are best read in sequence.
Ajahn Sumedho Three Dhamma talks by Ajahn Sumedho given during the early years of establishing Theravada Buddhist Monasteries in Britain. These talks consider the way we relate to the Three Refuges, using the basic meditation on Mindfulness of Breathing and reaching for Nibbana, the goal.
Ajahn Sumedho Cittaviveka is a pali term meaning 'the mind of non-attachment'. Cittaviveka is also the name of Chithurst Buddhist Monastery in West Sussex, UK, the first forest-sangha monastery in Britain. The transcribed talks cover a wide range of subjects including the process of integrating Buddhism into the West, developing skilful means in practice and the relationship with a teacher.
Ajahn Sumedho Este livro foi compilado e editado a partir de palestras proferidas pelo Venerável Ajahn Sumedho acerca do ensinamento central do Buddha - que a infelicidade humana pode ser transcendida através do caminho espiritual.
Ajahn Sumedho This book is the first of five volumes created to honour the life and work of Ajahn Sumedho on his 80th Birthday. Peace is a Simple Step brings together material that forms a foundation to Ajahn Sumedho’s teachings, from talks that were given in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It is a collection made up of three books – Cittaviveka, Teachings from the Forest and The Four Noble Truths.
Ajahn Sumedho This book is the fifth of five volumes created to honour the life and work of Ajahn Sumedho on his 80th Birthday.
The title of this book refers to the image of the Buddha’s teaching, the Wheel of Truth (or Dhamma). It is a wheel that he set rolling in his first discourse by proclaiming the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path of practice. This teaching remains as the axis of Ajahn Sumedho’s teaching and personal contemplative work. This particular collection of his Dhamma talks and dialogues is composed of material that has appeared in various newsletters and magazines before; it derives from different periods in Ajahn Sumedho’s teaching career, but it has been gathered into three parts to address overarching themes.
Ajahn Sumedho This book is the third of five volumes created to honour the life and work of Ajahn Sumedho on his 80th Birthday.
This volume contains material gathered from talks given by Ajahn Sumedho in the late 1980s and 1990s. It is made up of two collections – The Way It Is and Buddhism Now! – and an interview with John Baxter, conducted at Amaravati in 1986.
Ajahn Sumedho This book is the second of five volumes created to honour the life and work of Ajahn Sumedho on his 80th Birthday.
This volume contains material that spans the early and middle stages of Ajahn Sumedho’s teaching career, and has previously appeared as three separate books.:- 'Mindfulness: the Path to the Deathless','Questions and Answers with Ajahn Sumedho','The Mind and the Way'
Ajahn Sumedho Awareness is your refuge: Awareness of the changingness of feelings, of attitudes, of moods, of material and emotional change.
Stay with that, because it’s a refuge that is indestructible. It’s not something that changes. It’s a refuge you can trust in. This refuge is not something you create. It’s not a creation. It’s not an ideal. It’s practical and very simple but easily overlooked or not noticed. When you’re mindful, you’re beginning to notice: it’s like this.