Even One Word Is Enough | Ajahn Chah | The Forest Path Podcast
Everyday Dhamma NetworkJanuary 20, 202400:35:39

Even One Word Is Enough | Ajahn Chah | The Forest Path Podcast

This episode is a talk given by the Thai forest meditation master Ajahn Chah and is titled “One Word Is Enough” . It was first publish as part of the book “The Collected Teachings of Ajahn Chah” which is made available by Aruna Publications. You can find links to the original text in the description below.
A quick note to listeners:

This talk is directed at Western monks living in England. Notably Ajahn Sumedho participates in this discussion.
There is reference to ‘pacceka-buddhas’ in this talk. This means ‘private buddhas’ who are fully self-awakened buddhas that live in different eras. However, they do not go on to teach and start a Sasana in which millions of beings will follow the teachings and practice of a fully self-awakened Buddha and find their own awakening. They only become awakened but do not teach.

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Episode link: https://play.headliner.app/episode/18856263?utm_source=youtube
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