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This page is a clearing house for the contents of this site.

Remember that Dhamma is Nature and Nature is Everything. Please don't be surprised if you come across topics and issues often ignored by the traditionalists (non-radical conservatives) and the modernists (non-conservative radicals).

Physical Archives in Bangkok (article) | Thai website

Books Published & Available

For lists of books that can be ordered from Suan Mokkh (via Liberation Park), Wat Atamma (Seattle), and other publishers, click the heading above. Please note that books by Wisdom are in major bookstores.

Full List of Retreat Talks

A complete list of all the talks that Ajarn Buddhadasa gave during the retreats for foreign Dhamma students (1986-1991), until his health deteriorated too much. He spoke in Thai and Santikaro Bhikkhu interpreted into English live. These talks are unlikely to be heard anywhere else in the Buddhist world. All have been transcribed. Some have been fully edited and published. Some have been edited enough to post on this website. 

Translations from Pali Suttas

bulletFrom His Own Lips Series
bulletThe Buddha on Right Speech
bulletDependent Co-origination Index

Online Books

bulletHandbook For Mankind (pdf)
bulletHappiness & Hunger
bulletMessages from Suan Mokkh (updated 25 Sept 2003)
bulletThe Natural Cure for Spiritual Disease (html in three parts) or PDF format
bulletThe Prison of Life
bulletWorking with Void-Free Mind (pdf)

Talks & Articles (listed alphabetically)

bulletConserving the Inner Ecology (html: 52k)
bulletForest Wat Wild Monks talk on the forest monk lifestyle and attitude (html: 42 k)
bulletHappiness & Hunger (html: 32k)
bulletLegacies We Would Leave With You (gradually being posted)
bulletThe Natural Cure for Spiritual Disease (in three parts, html: 38, 28, & 27 k)
bulletThe Prison of Life (html: 36 k)
bulletThe Style of Practice at Suan Mokkh (Introduction | html: 8k)

On Anapanasati

bulletIntroduction to Mindfulness with Breathing  
bulletAnapanasati FAQ

On Other Schools of Buddhism

bulletBuddha-Kasetra(Pure Land)

Audio Tapes

We are in the process of preparing MP3 files of Ajarn Buddhadasa's retreat talks, as well as some talks by Santikaro Bhikkhu.

Main Audio Pages

Some Thai language audio files can be found at  www.buddhadasa.org. 

Poems & Verses

Hundreds of verses by Tan Ajarn have been published in Thai and perhaps over a thousand are not yet published. A handful have been translated into English. We will begin to post them here as causes and conditions allow.

poems.gif (5575 bytes) List of Poems on this Site

The Archives: From His Notebooks

Ajarn Buddhadasa left behind boxes of notebooks that recorded his experiences, insights, research questions & findings, ideas, and proto-teachings (teachings in preparation). A group of us at Suan Mokkh is beginning to go though these notebooks in order to catalogue and preserve them. We will upload selections from the notebooks as they are translated. Click here for the growing list & a few samples.

Articles by Santikaro Bhikkhu

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Letter to the Doctors of Siriraj Hospital

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Article: Technology of Breathing In & Out

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Everyone Needs Vinaya - perspectives on Buddhist lifestyles in our consumer world (pdf)

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Asia Beyond the Millennium of Modernity - whatdirection Asia might take if it stopped following the West

bulletBeing There - short article on monks protecting forests
bulletDhamma-Yatra Bulletins - live reports from the Dhamma Walk for & around Songkhla Lake
bulletThe Garden Of Liberation - Introductory article about Suan Mokkh 
bulletPreface to A Causa do Sofrimento na perspectiva buddhista  
bulletAtammayata: the Rebirth of a Lost Word
bullet Say "No!" with Atammayata

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Updated 22 June 2007 by Evolution/Liberation

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