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Buddha Space: Review: Food for the Heart, by Ajahn Chah
Apr 04, Paul rated it it was amazing. Food for the Heart Ajahn Chah Added on Jun 17th, This book is part of a set of 6 titles reprinted to commemorate the th birth anniversary of Ajahn Chah, made It left a vivid impression.
This collection brings together for the first time Ajahn Chah’s most powerful teachings, including those on meditation, liberation from suffering, calming the mind, enlightenment and the ‘living dhamma’. They belong to nature. This collection brings together for the first time Ajahn Chah’s most powerful teachings, including those on meditation, liberation from suf Renowned for the beauty and simplicity of his teachings, Ajahn Chah was Thailand’s best-known meditation teacher. Ajahn Chah’s simple yet profound style of teaching has a special appeal to Westerners, and in the first of several branch monasteries in the West was established in England, and there are now more than ten monasteries in the United States, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
Posted by G at Mar 20, Nancy rated it really liked it Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I love Ajahn Chah’s writing, teaching and beautiful humor. Thanks for the comment, Kenny. This book offers both guidance and reassurance, reducing what seems so complex into a simplicity easily accepted and absorbed though as we all lnow not so easily put into practice.
The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah. This book is part of a set of 6 titles reprinted to commemorate the th birth jeart of Ajahn Chah, made available Tthe immersed myself in books on Buddhism, meditation, and mindfulness over the years, I sometimes wonder why I bother to read any more, but each one offers different perspectives and sometimes — for the very best of them, at least — I feel that reading them yields a few nuggets of wisdom Renowned for the beauty and simplicity of his teachings, Ajahn Chah was Thailand’s best-known meditation teacher.
Subsequently the Thai and Western monks have dispersed and developed a remarkable number of monasteries around the world. Easily understood by anyone he manages to illuminate the basic This is a wonderful collection of Dharma talks by one of the most prominent teachers of the 20th Century. Ajahn Chah later became an accomplished meditation teacher in his own right, sharing his realization of the Dhamma with those who sought it.
Published June 15th by Wisdom Publications first published January 1st Nov 27, Andrew Vought rated it it was amazing. That is what I will do when I read this again. This book is a life changer, while some basic knowledge of the Buddha’s teachings is helpful and some background in practice useful in providing gnarled nuts that can be addressed and dissolved by the words of this wonderful man, there is universal wisdom here that applies to everyone.
Ajahn the Thai term for “teacher” Chah was a monk in the Forest Tradition, who’s vivid and powerfully simple style of teaching made him a favorite among Western students including Jack Kornfield.
He holds a PhD in clinical psychology. It is full of relevant, practical advice and simple, straight-forward discussions about love, loss, fear, death, peace, and happiness — you know, real life.
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The third book in the three volume set of the complete collection fod all He practised meditation under a number of masters, among whom was Ajahn Mun, a highly Ajahn Chah was born in in a village located in the north-eastern part of Thailand.
I rated a three, and possibly that is not about the quality of the book, but what is connecting with me presently. Ajahn Chah is also renowned for his vivid use of allegory in his teachings used to illustrate what might otherwise be rather dry, complicated or boring Buddhist doctrines. May 24, Lolly rated it it was amazing. While a little bit repetitive this collection of talks if a great reinforcement of basic Buddhist beliefs. ajahb
FOOD FOR THE HEART: The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah
Even so, you could find this collection a bit geart the repetitive side since there’s a lot of the same basic points being made in the various articles included here. Practice is practice, and yes it’s difficult, but not impossible for anyone.
Tons of repetitions and as most of such books, severely lacking the use of proper and appealing to westerners vocabulary. Along with neat little works on my smart phone by Pema Chodron and Ayya Khema, he has pretty much got me cornered. Ajahn Chah passed away in peace after a long bout of illness on January 16,at his home monastery, Wat Pah Pong, in Ubon Ratchatani.
The Buddhism practiced and preached at the monastery at Wat Pah Pong in northeast Thailand has grown in popularity in part because of its gifted leader and speaker, the late Ajahn Chah. The great meditation monk is famous amongst those who new him as someone always in the present moment, seeing what needed to be done now, including just what to say to those in his company. Most of these talks have previously only been available in limited, private editions and the publication of Food for the Heart therefore represents a momentous occasion: Jul 26, Linda Vituma rated it it was amazing.
Food for the Heart, by Ajahn Chah. Nov 24, Kimberly rated it it was amazing Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The above is a pretty general set of statements, however inspiring, but Ajahn Chah could also give very precise teachings on the specifics of Buddhist training, born of his own life long practice of Dhamma Sanskrit: