Medicine For The Mind | Ajahn Maha Boowa
Forest Path PodcastJanuary 12, 202300:25:0322.67 MB

Medicine For The Mind | Ajahn Maha Boowa

This world of ours – no matter how hot and feverish it may get – still has the teachings of the Buddha to cure its ailments. At the very least, it has the religion as a medicine to relieve its suffering to some extent. Suffering resembles a disease in that no matter how serious it may get, we can gain at least some relief if we have medicine to treat it.

Ajahn Maha Boowa

This episode is based on a talk given by esteemed forest meditation master Ajahn Maha Boowa and is titled Medicine For The Mind. It was first publish as a A Forest Dhamma Publication in March 2011. The original text can be found on Dhammatalks.net.

The translations in this book were compiled from the spoken discourses of Ajahn Maha Boowa. For the most part, they have been adapted for this book from Ajaan Thanissaro’s English translations published in the books A Life of Inner Quality, Straight From the Heart and Things As They Are.

This audio version is narrated by Sol Hanna.

More information about this episode can be found on the Forest Path Podcast website.

The Forest Path Podcast is part of the Everyday Dhamma Network.

 

Medicine For The Mind by Ajahn Maha Boowa is a Forest Dhamma Publication / March 2011.

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Dhamma should not be sold like goods in the market place. Permission to reproduce this publication in any way for free distribution, as a gift of Dhamma, is hereby granted and no further permission need be obtained. Reproduction in any way for commercial gain is strictly prohibited. Cover and interior design by Mae Chee Melita Halim.

The translations in this book were compiled from the spoken discourses of Luangta Maha Boowa. For the most part, they have been adapted for this book from Ajaan Thanissaro’s English translations published in the books A Life of Inner Quality, Straight From the Heart and Things As They Are.

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