Bhikkhu Anālayo is a scholar-monk and the author of numerous books on meditation and early Buddhism, such as Satipatthāna: The Direct Path to Realization, Perspectives on Satipatthāna, and Satipatthāna Meditation: A Practice Guide. He is a Faculty Member at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies, having retired from being a professor at the Numata Center for Buddhist Studies at the University of Hamburg. His main area of academic research is early Buddhism, with a special interest in the topics of meditation and women in Buddhism. His 12-week online course, The Foundations of Mindfulness, produced through a partnership between the Insight Meditation Society and Wisdom Publications, explores how the study and practice of mindfulness intersects with areas such as compassion, ethics, wisdom, concentration, and more.
The Buddha’s Pre‐Awakening Practices and Their Mindful Transformation (For the pdf, click here.)
The Foundations of Mindfulness: a 12-week online course produced through a partnership between the Insight Meditation Society and Wisdom Publications.
Awakening or Enlightenment? On the Significance of bodhi (For the pdf, click here.)
Meditation Maps, Attainment Claims, and the Adversities of Mindfulness (For the pdf, click here.)
Overcoming Fear by Recollecting the Buddha: His Role in Early Buddhist Texts (For the pdf, click here.)
Somatics of Early Buddhist Mindfulness and How to Face Anxiety (For the pdf, click here.)