Flash sale of Bhikkhu Anālayo's booksOn Wed, 1 February, 2023 - 10:00
In this blog post, we’re focusing on the books of scholar-monk Bhikkhu Anālayo. Windhorse Publications published his first book on Satipaṭṭhāna nearly twenty years ago. Since then, we’ve published many of his classic practice-based translations, interpretations, and applications of early Buddhist suttas on mindfulness, compassion, and emptiness. He has revived the study of Early Buddhism with his scholarship, and led many practice retreats around the world.
If you’ve ever read one of Bhikkhu Anālayo’s books, you’ll know that they can bring inspiration, spiritual nourishment, and a chance to strengthen practice of the Dharma.
30% off Bhikkhu Anālayo’s books
For just a few days* we’re offering 30% off the paperback editions of all nine books that Bhikkhu Anālayo has published with us.
This is the first time we’re discounting all of Bhikkhu Anālayo’s books, and we won’t be doing it again, so do take this chance to stock up on these precious Dharma books from a renowned teacher.
*Sale ends at 23:59:59 GMT on Sunday 5th February 2023.
About Bhikkhu Anālayo
Bhikkhu Anālayo is a scholar-monk and the author of numerous books on meditation and early Buddhism. He is the co-founder of the Āgama Research Group (Taiwan) and a Faculty Member at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies (Barre, MA, US), having retired from being a professor at the Numata Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Hamburg (Germany). His main area of academic research is early Buddhism, with a special interest in the topics of meditation and women in Buddhism. He regularly teaches practice courses on Buddhist meditation. Bhikkhu Anālayo lives a secluded lifestyle, devoting most of his time to solitary meditation practice.
Bhikkhu Anālayo is a prolific writer and also publishes through Wisdom Publications and in many academic journals.
Online course co-led by Bhikkhu Anālayo
You might be interested to know that Bhikkhu Anālayo is co-leading an online course with Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, entitled Abiding in Emptiness, hosted by The Wisdom Academy.
How might the Buddha have meditated? Starting with this fascinating question, this online course will take you on a journey through the diverse world of the Dharma as you explore selflessness, signlessness, and emptiness. You’ll get to learn about how the two teachers understand key Buddhist teachings through their different traditions, and listen as they discover fascinating differences and commonalities. In the end, we think you’ll come away with your practice and your understanding significantly enriched and supported by the guidance of these two wise and compassionate guides.