The Book Center is located just off the Activity Room.
We have many books on Buddhism in Thai and English. They are all free, however, a donation is appreciated.
Please take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to study the Dhamma.
“Virtuous Path Series” written by Santidhammo bhikkhu is a good example of some of the available books.
Check out this book just received:
For free distribution only, as a gift of Dhamma© Amaravati Publications “Do not rely upon what you have heard proclaimed, or upon custom, or upon rumor, or upon scripture, or inference or established principles, or clever reasoning, or favouring a pet theory. Do not be convinced by someone else’s apparent intelligence, nor out of respect […]
This video was suggested by Santidhammo.
Thai Language Classes every Sunday starting in September Children 10:00am to 1:30pm. Adult beginner class 12:15pm to 1:30pm in the Meditation Hall Board Room (donations accepted). Adult Intermediate class 12:00pm to 1:30pm in the Monks House (donations accepted).
Daily Chanting every weekday at 6:00am and 7:00pm
ABM Retreat Guide Introduction Welcome to the Atammayataram Buddhist Monastery and Meditation Center (ABM). The ABM was founded by the Venerable Ajahn Rithi and Buddhist in Washington State in 1998. With the limited of space, Ajahn Rithi start teaching meditation in small American group on every Wednesday. Until the new meditation hall was build and […]
Dear Venerable Phra Kru Sithithammavitath and Executive Board Members, I would like to thank everyone for giving me the opportunity to assist you in applying for the construction permit to build the Thammagosajarn Meditation Hall (the Sala). The construction of the Sala is now completed, and we have received the ‘Final Construction Approval’ to use the Temple. […]
An interview with Ajahn Ritthi Thirajitto of Atammayatarama Buddhist Monastery by Santidhammo Bhikkhu Background information: Ajahn Ritthi is the Abbot of Atammayatarama Buddhist Monastery in Woodinville, Washington. He is a monk and Dhamma teacher of the Theravada Buddhist tradition. Theravada, literally the “Way of the Elders”, is the original practice established by the historical […]
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