Books by Ven. Ayya Khema

Being Nobody Going Nowhere - Meditations on the Buddhist Path

by Ayya Khema

In this book, Ayya Khema gives clear, practical instruction on meditation and techniques for overcoming conditioned mental habits, ideas. beliefs, and limiting thinking patterns. Through these simple practices you will develop deeper insight, a sense of calm well-being, and a greater capacity to love and feel loved on a daily basis. She also includes an eloquent outline of the Buddhist path that can be understood and enjoyed by everybody.

"Not just highly recommended but essential reading."
- The Middle Way

Paperback, 186 pages
List:$12.95-- Price: $11.96
Published by Wisdom Publications
Publication date: January 1, 1988
Dimensions (in inches): 8.45 x 5.41 x .49
ISBN: 0861710525

When the Iron Eagle Flies: Buddhism for the West

Republished as Know Where You're Going

by Ayya Khema

When the Iron Eagle Flies is a complete meditation course from one of the most beloved Buddhist teachers. In her usual direct style, Ayya Khema shows us the middle path-a path of simplicity. Her teachings unfold simply, free of jargon, for a contemporary world where our fevered pursuit of pleasure and comfort leaves us "like children playing in a house on fire, refusing to let go of our toys." This meditation course contains all the elements needed for a complete spiritual path. It is a practical guide to building meaning through awareness, containing a wealth of exercises and advice to help the reader along the path. Ayya Khema grounds her teaching in our ordinary, everyday experiences, and gradually shows us how to gain access to liberation and freedom.

224 pp., 6 x 9, paper
ISBN 0-86171-169-6    $16.95
Published by Wisdom Publications
Publication date: 1 September, 2000
Republished by Wisdom Publications, 2014, as Know Where You're Going

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Who Is My Self : A Guide to Buddhist Meditation

by Ayya Khema

"Ayya Khema is a meditators' meditator, a real expert, as clear about the nuts and bolts of technique as she is about the basic sanity and profound peacefulness that is the goal of all technique. Who is my Self? is a truly astonishing book. A commentary on the Potthapada Sutta, it discusses the well-known eight stages of meditative absorption. If you are interested in Buddhist meditation in all its color, depth, and refinement, you will want to pay close attention to this book." -- Norman Fischer, Co-Abbot, San Francisco Zen Center

Paperback, 192 pages
List: $14.95 -- Price: $14.95
Published by Wisdom Publications
Publication date: October 1, 1997
ISBN: 0861711270

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