Mindfulness with Breathing

I don’t read Japanese and you may not either, still I get a kick out of seeing my first book length translation rendered in another language, plus I like how the Japanese design their books.

Mindfulness with Breathing has also been translated into German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Czech, Korean, Russian, and a few other languages.

Further, a different Japanese translator has translated a number of books directly from the Thai originals.

Details about other translations — print and ebook — can be found at www.bia.or.th/en/ and www.suanmokkh.org.

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GH18: Walls, Taping, Mudding, & Sanding

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The taping, mudding, and sanding of the sheetrock (drywall) took more time than expected, but some things always do. This was compounded by bi-annual January thaw that created very icy conditions, especially on our driveway. Nevertheless, the walls were done … Continue reading

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Kamma in Buddhism – pdf

You can now view or download the latest edition of this booklet.




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This isn’t “the answer”

… yet it makes for one less noisy electricity using device.

I found a super-cool manual burr grinder for $275. Practiced restraint and got this one for $50 with a stabilizer insert and shipping.

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Retreats & meditation workshops in 2017

Should you be interested in retreats and workshops lead by Santikaro, please check out these pages:



**  new workshops will be offered every few months

Please bookmark if you want to check from time to time.

Also, once the new guesthouse is completed and furnished, we will offer small, occasional  events at Liberation Park.

However, Liberation Park is most oriented towards solitary, personal retreats. Stay tuned as the year unfolds.

Lastly, the just added Calendar tab [above] will list local sittings and what not.

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