Following on from his two best-selling books, Satipatthana: The Direct Path to Insight and Perspectives on Satipatthana, in this book, Anālayo provides inspiration and guidance to all meditators, of any tradition and any level of experience. Each of the twenty-four chapters concludes with suggestions to support meditative practice.
“This is a pearl of a book. It is a treasure-house of practical teachings, rendered accessible with a clear and simple eloquence, and with praiseworthy skill and grace.” – Ajahn Amaro
“An eminently pragmatic discussion of how to put these teachings into practice. Anālayo has developed a simple and straightforward map of practice instructions encompassing all four satipatthānas, which build upon one another in a coherent and comprehensive path leading to the final goal.” – Joseph Goldstein, from the Foreword
“Bhikkhu Anālayo presents the Buddha’s practical teaching of the path to nirvana in one comprehensive whole: the wheel of satipatthana. He writes for people who practise, and his own shines through like a beacon. This makes it a very exciting guide for practitioners.” – Kamalashila, author of Buddhist Meditation: Tranquillity, Imagination and Insight
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