In This Very Life

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“Essential Buddhadhamma from one of the great meditation masters of our time.”—Sharon Salzberg


The Liberation Teachings of the Buddha

Sayadaw U Pandita Kate Wheeler U Aggacitta

Burmese meditation master Sayadaw U Pandita shows us that freedom is as immediate as breathing, as fundamental as a footstep. In this book he describes the path of the Buddha and calls all of us to that heroic journey of liberation. Enlivened by numerous case histories and anecdotes, In This Very Life is a matchless guide to the inner territory of meditation—as described by the Buddha.

book information
  • Paperback
  • 320 pages, 6.00 x 9.00 inches
  • $22.95
  • ISBN 9780861713110
  • ebook
  • 320 pages
  • $18.99
  • ISBN 9780861718801
about the author
In This Very Life

Sayadaw U Pandita was the abbot of Panditarama Monastery and Meditation Center in Rangoon, Burma, where he lived. He was a treasured teacher to many students around the world, including Steve Armstrong and Kamala Masters, guiding editors of Manual of Insight.

Other books by Sayadaw U Pandita:
The State of Mind Called Beautiful

In This Very Life

Lila Kate Wheeler wanted to be a saint when she grew up. Nowadays she’s aiming for a more open heart and a moment-to-moment encounter with reality. As “Kate” she's a fiction writer, essayist, and travel journalist with books and prizes to her credit. As “Lila” she teaches and practices in the Vipassana and Tibetan Nyingma Buddhist lineages. She is married to a poet/professor/anthropologist, lives in the Boston area, hopes to contribute to the welfare of all beings.

Other books by Kate Wheeler:
Nixon Under the Bodhi Tree and Other Works of Buddhist Fiction
The State of Mind Called Beautiful

In This Very Life

Aggacitta Bhikkhu is a Malaysian Theravada monk ordained in Rangoon, Burma, in 1979 and trained by Sayadaw U Pandita, Sayadaw U Tissara, Sayadaw U Acinna among others. He studied advanced Pali and translation in Thai and Burmese under Sayadaw U Dhammananda in Thailand, from 1983 to 1984. In 2000, he founded Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary near Taiping, Perak, Malaysia.

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