Forest Dhamma

Author: Boowa Ñāṇasampanno (Ajahn Maha)
Subtitle: A Selection of Talks on Buddhist Practice
No of Pages: 98
Edition: na
Year of Publication: 1997
File Size: 880 KB
Permission: This e-book is made available under the licence of Creative Commons.
Blurb: When our hearts never have time to rest and attain calm, they are not fundamentally different from those of animals. But when our hearts rest, relax and receive training, we will be able to see the harmful affects of thinking and imagining. Then we will come to see the value of a calm heart.
Notes: Glossary. Translator: Bhikkhu Paññāvaddho.