Make a Sutta Reading Practice Plan

By writing down our intentions to engage daily with the words of the Buddha, we increase our chances of success. And when we anticipate what obstacles we might face and strategize ways to overcome them, we can move forward with confidence. Here are some things to consider when completing your form. Some of them may … Read more

Using an E-book Reader for Sutta Reading Practice: Kindle, Nook, etc.

Although it is recommended that you do your sutta reading practice from a book and not from the computer, using an e-book reader in some circumstances might work as well as a paper book. For the purpose of these recommendations, an e-book reader refers to a device that is dedicated to just reading books, such … Read more

Majjhima Nikaya as a Daily Sutta Reading Practice

If you have an interest in learning what the Blessed One taught and you can devote 20–30 minutes to daily sutta reading practice, the Majjhima Nikaya will be an excellent text with which to work. It is especially suitable for people with an interest in applying the teaching to their lives, either through meditation or … Read more