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archive.png ❖ A BUDDHIST VIEW ON CHRISTIANITY ❖

SWEARER Donald K. (1977). A Buddhist view on Christianity.

In Dialogue: The key to understanding other religions (pp. 136-167). Philadelphia: The Westminster Press. ISBN: 0-664-24138-7

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archive.png ❖ EXEMPLARS OF NONVIOLENCE IN THERAVADA BUDDHISM ❖

SWEARER Donald K. (1992). Exemplars of nonviolence in Theravada Buddhism. 

In K. Kraft, Inner peace, world peace (pp. 63-76). Albany: State University of New York Press. ISBN: 0-7914-0970-8

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A06 Cover.jpg ❖ 佛教與自然保育 [BUDDHISM AND NATURE CONSERVATION] ❖

鄭振煌 [CHENG Chenhuang] (trans.). (82年 [1993]). 佛教與自然保育 [Buddhism and nature conservation].

In 法味 A Taste of Dharma, 3rd edition (pp. 193-199). 臺北 Taipei: 財團法人臺北市慧炬出版社 Torch of Wisdom. ISBN: 957-518-036-4

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Santikaro-Engaged-buddhism.png ❖ BUDDHADASA BHIKKHU : LIFE AND SOCIETY THROUGH THE NATURAL EYES OF VOIDNESS ❖

SANTIKARO Bhikkhu. (1996). Buddhadasa Bhikkhu: Life and society through the natural eyes of voidness. In C. Queen & S. King, Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist liberation movements in Asia (pp. 147-193). Albany: State University of New York Press. ISBN: 0-7914-2844-3 

« Buddhadasa Bhikkhu is a Thai Buddhist monk whose dedication in service to the Lord Buddha has produced the largest and most innovative body of work of any bhikkhu in recent Thai history. He has been a pioneer in the application of Buddha-Dhamma to the realities of the modern world during the recent decades of rampant modernization and economic growth and has forthrightly criticized the immorality and selfishness of many modern social structures... »

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Entering-the-realm-of-reality.jpg ❖ THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS OF DHAMMIC SOCIALISM ❖

SANTIKARO Bhikkhu. (1997). The Four Noble Truths of Dhammic socialism.

In Entering the realm of reality: Towards Dhammic societies (pp. 89-161). Bangkok: Suksit Siam. ISBN: 974-260-139-9. [More information]

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archive.png ❖ BUDDHADASA ❖

LOPEZ Donald S. (2002). Buddhadasa. 

In A modern Buddhist bible: Essential readings from East and West (pp. 138-139). London: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-24030-1

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archive.png ❖ THE HERMENEUTICS OF BUDDHIST ECOLOGY IN CONTEMPORARY THAILAND ❖

SWEARER Donald K. (1997). The hermeneutics of Buddhist ecology in contemporary Thailand: Buddhadāsa and Dhammapitaka.

In M. Tucker & D. Williams, Buddhism and ecology: The interconnection of Dharma and deeds (pp. 22-44). Cambridge: Harvard University Center for the Study of World Religions. ISBN: 0-945454-14-7

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archive.png ❖ ANAPANASATI AS RESPONSE TO PATICCA-SAMUPPADA ❖

SANTIKARO. (2005). Anapanasati as response to paticca-samuppada. 

In International conference on meditation theory and practice of the anapanasati-sutta (pp. 209-228). Seoul: Santisukha Meditation Center Publication.

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archive.png ❖ A REVIEW ON "ANAPANASATI AS RESPONSE TO PATICCA-SAMUPPADA" ❖

JAE-YON Bhikkhu. (2005). A review on Anapanasati as response to paticca-samuppada. 

In International conference on meditation theory and practice of the anapanasati-sutta (pp. 229-232). Seoul: Santisukha Meditation Center Publication.

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archive.png ❖ COMMUNICATING WITH THE ORIENT : EASTERN SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE ❖

FALVEY Lindsay. (2005). Communicating with the Orient: Eastern sustainable agriculture. In Religion and agriculture: Sustainability in Christianity and Buddhism (pp. 185-191). Adelaide: Institute for International Development. ISBN: 0-9751000-2-5 

« Is it true that ‘Eastern’ teachings may not be fully comprehendible without a detailed historical, cosmological, sociological and psychological understanding of the various spiritual investigations that have developed across Asia over the last three to four millennia? If so, then the same should apply to Western teachings. I think such blanket statements refer more to academic understandings than appreciation of the essence of the religions... »  [Download]

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archive.png ❖ ENLIGHTENING AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY : SEEING MORE CLEARLY ❖

FALVEY Lindsay. (2005). Enlightening agricultural sustainability: Seeing more clearly. In Religion and agriculture: Sustainability in Christianity and Buddhism (pp. 227-234). Adelaide: Institute for International Development. ISBN: 0-9751000-2-5 

« Science sheds light on details and occasionally embraces the intuition of wise practitioners to describe even more of the mystery. That experiential element of wise intuition is the focus of Buddhist and most other religious practices, if their cultural and institutional accretions are removed. So we now can amplify some key aspects of Buddhism that can shine more light on sustainability by considering the lives and works of two Thai practitioners... »  [Download]

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archive.png ❖ TWO PERSPECTIVES ON BUDDHIST ECOLOGY ❖

SWEARER Donald K. (2006). Two perspectives on Buddhist ecology.

In C. Mun, Buddhism and peace: Theory and practice (pp. 237-247). Honolulu: Blue Pine. ISBN: 9780977755318

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Tiyavanich-2007.jpg ❖ AJAHN BUDDHADASA (BOYHOOD NAME: NGUAM) ❖

TIYAVANICH Kamala. (2007). Ajahn Buddhadasa (Boyhood name: Nguam). 

In Sons of the Buddha: The early lives of three extraordinary Thai masters (pp. 95-150). Somerville: Wisdom. ISBN: 9780861715367. [More information]

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archive.png ❖ TECHNOLOGY OF BREATHING IN AND OUT ❖

SANTIKARO. (2008). Technology of breathing in and out. 

In A. Novidor, The best of Inquiring Mind: 25 years of Dharma, drama, and unconmmon insight (pp. 204-207). Boston: Wisdom Publications. ISBN: 978-0-8617-1551-0

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Jardin cover WL.jpg ❖ THAÏLANDE : RETRAITE A WAT SUAN MOKKH ❖

WITTMANN Pierre. (2010). Thaïlande: retraite à Wat Suan Mokkh (février 1988). In Le jardin de la libération: journal 1988 (pp. 131-141). Chiangmai: Wisdomlight. ISBN: 978-616-90598-0-6

« 12 février, Wat Suan Mokkh. Le cours de méditation est terminé depuis hier. Je commence à récupérer, car ces dix jours furent éprouvants. Tout était très bien organisé et j'ai appris beaucoup de choses. Les enseignements étaient passionnants, ils m'ont permis d'élargir ma compréhension du bouddhisme et des réalités de l'existence. Je sens que cette retraite va changer beaucoup de choses dans ma vie... »  [More information]

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archive.png ❖ DHARMA GOD ❖

GRIFFIN Kevin. (2010). Dharma God.

In A burning desire: Dharma God & the path of recovery (pp. 13-18). Carlsbad: Hay House. ISBN: 978-1-4019-2321-1

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archive.png ❖ A MONTH IN THE FOREST ❖

COLEMAN John E. (2012). A month in the forest. 

In The quiet mind (pp. 107-113). 2nd edition, reprint. Onalaska: Pariyatti Press. ISBN: 978-1-928706-06-9

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0183690_a-sandy-path-near-the-lake_300.jpeg ❖ SUAN MOKKH ❖

KHEMANANDA Kovit & OLSON Grant (editor). (2015). Suan Mokkh. 

In A sandy path near the lake: in search of the illusory Khemananda (pp. 176-240). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 978-1443872553  [More information]

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129273118.png ❖ BUDDHADASA BHIKKHU ❖

SRIWANICHAPOOM Manit. (2015). Buddhadasa Bhikkhu. 

In Rediscovering forgotten thai masters of photography. Thai/English bilingual. Bangkok: Kathmandu Photo Gallery. ISBN: 9786169244707

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yearsatsm-en.jpg ❖ FIRST MEDITATION RETREATS AT THE INTERNATIONAL DHARMA HERMITAGE ❖

REINHARD Khun. (2016). First meditation retreats at the In­ter­na­tional Dharma Hermitage. 

In An Engineer Turned Meditation Teacher: 20 years fas­ci­nated by Suan Mokkh (pp. 12-43). [ebook].  [More information]

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Chapela-2017.jpg ❖ BUDDHADASA ON ECONOMICS ❖

CHAPELA Leonardo. (2017). Buddhadasa on economics.

In 'Unconventional social wisdom': Interviews with Ven., Buddhadāsa Bhikkhu, His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama and Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche (pp 7-36). Kindle edition. [More information]

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yearsatsm-de.jpg ❖ ERSTE MEDITATIONSKURSE IN DER INTERNATIONALEN DHARMA HERMITAGE ❖

REINHARD Khun. (2017). Erste Meditationskurse in der In­ter­na­ti­o­nalen Dhar­ma Hermitage. 

In Vom Inge­nieur zum Medi­ta­tions­lehrer - 20 Jahre fas­zi­niert von Suan Mokkh (pp. 12-48). [ebook].  [More information]

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archive.png ❖ TWO PORTRAITS OF THAI BUDDHISM ❖

SWEARER Donald K. (n.d.). Two portraits of Thai Buddhism. 

In Buddhism in transition (pp. 95-120). Philadelphia: The Westminster Press. ISBN: 0-664-24896-9.

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