Mae Chee Kaew

Mae Chee

Mae Chee Kaew (1901-1991) is one of the few known female Arahants, a buddhist saint, of the modern era and testimony to all beings that, regardless of race, gender or class, the Buddha’s goal of supreme enlightenment is still possible. She was a countrywoman, who lived a simple village life in the northeastern region of Thailand and overcame enormous obstacles in her attempt to leave home and follow the Buddha’s path to freedom from suffering. Her persistence, her courage, and her intuitive wisdom enabled her to transcend all conventional boundaries- both those imposed upon her by the world she lived in and those limiting her mind from within- thereby finding release from the bondage of birth and death.

Talks can be downloaded as MP3 files.

Collected Teachings- a collection of short paragraphs taken from Mae Chee Kaew- Her Journey To Spiritual Awakening and Enlightenment by Bhikkhu Silaratano

  1. You decide (34″)
  2. Karma (43″)
  3. Let go (27″)
  4. Your Own Path (31″)
  5. Negligence  (2’22”)
  6. Secure (23″)
  7. Your True Nature (40″)