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Meeting the Monkey Halfway (CD)
Ajahn Sumano Bhikkhu


$7.95 audio CD
978-0-8356-8935-9

A Chicago-born Buddhist monk shares his personal insights in a discursive style dharma talk, stating that real human progress occurs only with the awakening of our spiritual essence and the opening of our heart. Topics range from discovering who we are to the effects of karma. Much of the talk is based on Ajahn Sumano’s book of the same title. Includes an extended guided meditation. 2001. 70 minutes.


Ajahn Sumano Bhikkhu is an ordained monk in the Theravadan Buddhist tradition. Though he makes annual trips to teach and speak in the U.S. and many other locations around the world, he spends most of the year in solitary retreat in a mountain cave in northeastern Thailand.


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