Clicking on any of these will take you to their individual pages, with samples, and ordering information.
Then there is this.
From four collections, 1985 to 2018.
And this, 1985 to 2005.
2006 to 2007.
If resources are an issue, get in touch with me and I’ll make it not an issue.
Free ebooks, in .pdf format, updated 1/3/2022
A Resource for the Practice of Meditation – Third Edition (2021)
A Key to Buddhist Wisdom Teachings
A Concise Set of Buddhist Healing Prayers and Practices
The Wisdom of Impermanence – Twenty One Essays
Ten Essays on Healing
An Anthology of Buddhist Prayer (2008)
Metta and Readings on the Mahayana
Cultivating the Field of Joy – Buddhist Readings to Uplift the Heart
The Stages of the Path Teachings – A Selection of Texts
The Beautiful Path – Readings on Ethics, to Soothe and Brighten the Mind
Essays on Purification, by Various Authors
Vajrasattva Commentaries, by Various Authors
Mahayana Prayers and Poetry.pdf; Audio (2012)
Teachings on Bodhicitta, in two volumes: One, and Two
Great Perfection Teachings
Teachings on Mahamudra
Paritta Recitation – Protective Readings from the Pali Canon, Audio, (2022)
with an introduction, The Blessings of Paritta.pdf; Audio (2021)
Reflections on Impermanence and Transcendent Renunciation
Aiming for Freedom – Readings on Transcendent Renunciation
Teachings on Meditation by Thich Nhat Hanh
On The Avatamsaka Sutra
On the Vajrayana
A Collection of Prayers to Tara (updated 2/14/2021)
Chenrezig Sadhanas and Commentaries – in four volumes: One, Two, Three, and Four
A Collection of Buddhist Methods for Healing (279 pgs., 2020)
Dedication Prayers from Various Teachers
Dedication Prayers – 6/16/2021
Prayers for the time of transition – 4/26/2020
Teachings on Humility from the Buddhist and Christian Traditions
The Discourses of the Buddha – from the Pali Canon
Audio – on youtube; and, on Bandcamp
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This all started innocently enough… Back in 2010, I was working at a local bookstore, spending many hours a day looking at small print, and cleaning and pricing books. On account of this, my eyesight started to suffer, and after work I found it more difficult to read. This made me think of what I would miss most of all if I couldn’t read… Continue reading