dedicated to a peaceful & just society
grounded in contemplative & spiritual practice
from: Liberation Park | Buddhadasa Indapanyo Archives | Wat Atammayatarama | Wisdom Publications
Go to the Wisdom website & search for "Buddhadasa"
Heartwood of the Bodhi Tree: The Buddha's Teaching on Voidness (1995) Ajarn Buddhadasa shows how voidness (sunyata) is the heart of every Buddhist teaching and that all paths lead to voidness, if they are truly Buddhist. The simple fact that "nothing is worth clinging to as 'me' or 'mine'" is the most excellent guide to Buddhist practice. Go to pulishers website.
Also available in German and Italian.
Korean translation is in the works.
Mindfulness with Breathing: a Manual for Serious Beginners (1996) The system of meditation actually practiced by and most often taught by the Buddha is explained in sufficient detail for intelligent practice but doesn't get bogged down in technical intricacies. Compiled from a series of talks given to Western meditators during a retreat at Suan Mokkh International. Go to publishers website.
Also available in German, Italian, and Korean.
Other languages in the works.
Compiled from retreat talks exploring the practical understanding of dependent co-arising (paticcasamuppada), this new translation is in its final stages. Ajahn Buddhadasa's interpretation of paticcasamuppada cuts through a millennium of muddle to present this core of Buddha-Dhamma in a way that we can understand and practice today (rather than waiting for things to sort out in a future life).
This will be the most developed and extensive presentation of this teaching available in English. Sixteen chapters will be interspersed with important passages from the Pali suttas.
Also to be published by Wisdom. Likely out Spring 2014.
Wisdom Publications Inc.
199 Elm Street
Somerville, MA 02144-3195, USA
Tel: (617) 776-7416
Fax: (617) 776-7841 (dedicated line)
Ajahn Buddhadasa's "teachers' manual" on Anapanasati. An extensive scholarly discussion and compilation of classic teachings on the Buddha's own meditation practice. Unfortunately, this edition is incomplete.
A beloved book in Thailand. Excellent introduction to practical Buddhism.
Ajahn Buddhadasa's first series of international retreat talks.
Certain works by the Venerable Ajahn Buddhadasa are available through Liberation Park. In North America (only), please send a check to cover costs & postage -- a few dollars per book is OK; larger amounts count as donations -- along with letter giving your address and the books you want or pay by Paypal and email us (contact details here).
tr. Roderick Bucknell, rev. 1988, 85pp.
tr. Dr. Mongkol Dejnakarintra, et al.; 1990, 100 pp.
tr. Roderick Bucknell, 1984, 237 pp (large type).
tr. tr. Santikaro Bhikkhu , 1989, 25 pp.
original tr. Bhikkhu Punno (revised by Santikaro Bhikkhu 1993), 45 pp.
tr. Mongkol Dejnakarintra, 1990, 59 pp.
tr. Santikaro Bhikkhu, 1990, 56 pp (small format).
notebook with miscellaneous notes (tr. Poonsiri Phanumphai & Santikaro), 213 pp.
Suan Mokkh and the Dhammadana Foundation no longer publish or disseminate foreign language books. The Buddhadasa Indapanyo Archives in Bangkok is planning to take on some foreign languaage publishing and distribution, including eBooks. Santikaro is an advisor to this work. As this develops, more details will be posted here.
Buddhadasa Indapanyo Archives
tr. Steve Schmidt, rev. 1992, 114 pp.
tr. Santikaro Bhikkhu & Roderick Bucknell; 1989, 157 pp.
tr. Roderick Bucknell
tr. Mongkol Dejnakarintra, et al.; 1990, 66 pp., $4.
ed. DK Swearer; 1993, 142 pp.
Availability of books varies. They also have audio tapes & eventually CDs.
original tr. Bhikkhu Punno (revised by Santikaro Bhikkhu 1993).
tr. Santikaro Bhikkhu, 1989.
series of small pamphlets
Atammayatarama Buddhist Monastery
19301 176th Ave. NE
Woodinville, WA 98072, USA
tel: (425) 481-6640
fax: (425) 481-4142
Me and Mine (out of print)
ed. DK Swearer; 1989, SUNY Press, Albany, NY 12246, USA.
from: Liberation Park | Wat Atammayatarama | Wisdom Publications | Buddhadasa Indapanyo Archives
write to books at liberationparlk dot org for contact details