by Ajahn Thate
Size: 6” X 5.5”
Pages: 49 pages
“ [THIS WORK]… grew from faith and conviction of a westerner of Jewish extraction, named Dr.Philip, who came to study Buddhism in Thailand in 1963, when I was staying on Phuket Island…He asked me to jot down a few short, simple point for him to take and continue practicing…to be a guide to the practice of meditation: showing the worth of meditation, the way to meditate, which ways of meditation are right, which are wrong, and in detail how to correct those things which should be corrected in the practice. I hope that this [work] will be of use to those who are interested.”
From AUTHOR’S FOREWORD
A short handbook on the practice of meditation, with tips and recommendations for new and experienced meditators. Of particular interest is Ajahn Thate’s discussion of how best to respond when visions and signs arising during the course of meditation practice.