Ajaan Lee Dhammadharo

Ajaan LeePhra Ajan Lee Dhammadharo (Phra Suddhidhammaransi Gambhiramedhacariya) (1907-1961) was one of the foremost teachers in the Thai forest ascetic tradition of meditation founded at the turn of the century by his teacher, Phra Ajaan Mun Bhuridatta. His life was short but eventful. Known for his skill as a teacher and his mastery of supranatural powers, he was the first to bring the ascetic tradition out of the forests of the Mekhong basin and into the mainstream of Thai society in central Thailand.

 

Audio Books : talks can be downloaded as MP3 files.

Frames of References 

  1. Foreword (6’56”)
  2. Introduction (8’34”)
  3. Body (12’54”)
  4. Feelings  (10’27”)
  5. Mind (26’24”)
  6. Mental Qualities (13’48”)
  7. Summary (7’02”)
  8. Refuge in Awakening (32’35”)

Food for Thought

  1. Taking The Long View (7’50”)
  2. An Inner Mainstay (19’40”)
  3. Trading Outer Wealth for Inner Wealth (2’10”)
  4. Bodily Debts (5’57”)
  5. Nightsoil for The Heart (5’02”)
  6. The Honest Truth (6’55”)
  7. Self-reliance  (2’06”)
  8. The Mind Aflame (14’01”)
  9. Food for the Mind (7’06”)
  10. First Things First (16’56”)
  11. Quiet Breathing (5’32”)
  12. Centered Within (15’38”)
  13. Heightened Consciousness (7’26”)
  14. Getting Acquainted Inside (4’14”)
  15. Stop and Think (5’13”)
  16. Serving a Purpose (9’17”)
  17. Free at Last (10’11”)
  18. Brightness Within (8’57”)
  19. The Light of Discernment (6″41″)
  20. Clinging (17′ )