offers a thorough exploration of Theravadan Buddhism in a gentle, sometimes
humorous, style that makes the reader feel as though he or she is being
entertained by a story. He emphasizes the path to freedom from emotional and
psychological suffering and provides insight into the fact that taking
ourselves seriously causes unnecessary hardship.
Chah influenced a generation of Western teachers: Jack Kornfield, Sharon
Salzberg, Sylvia Boorstein, Joseph Goldstein, and many other Western Buddhist
teachers were at one time his students. Anyone who has attended a retreat led
by one of these teachers, or read one of their books, will be familiar with
this master's name and reputation as one of the great Buddhist teachers of this
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According to Jack Kornfield, Thai Buddhist master Ajahn Chah (1919-1992) never taught that there were two levels of dharma instruction one for the monk and an easier one for the layperson.| Read Full Review of Being Dharma: The Essence of ...
Reviews Philosophy About Our Affiliates Books & Audios Recently Reviewed For more than 25 years, Ajahn Chah (1919-1992) taught and trained Thai Buddhist monks and nuns, along with many lay practitioners.| Read Full Review of Being Dharma: The Essence of ...
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