The difference between meditation and concentration explained.
An introduction to Buddhism for a Western audience.
An introduction to Buddhism looking at all the major concepts found in the teaching.
The relevance of Buddhism in the modern world.
Notes from a three-day debate in the 1940’s about Buddhism and Christianity.
A series of lectures, broadcast in the first half of the 1940s.
Six essays on various Buddhist topics originally conceived as six radio talks.
A Primer on Buddhism, covering the main doctrinal teachings.
Essays on various aspects of the Buddha’s teaching.
A look at the various philosophies which have guided mankind.
Henri’s meetings with various holy men in India and his reflections on their teachings.
Henri’s recollections of 50 years of life in Ceylon.
An exposition of all the major concepts found in Buddhism.
Reflections on the truth of the Dhamma arranged in alphabetical order.
The Noble Truths and the Way to realise them.
A look at the obstacles that lay along the path, and the Buddha’s solution to overcoming them.
How to find for oneself the fruits of the Buddha’s teaching but as a lived experience.
On matter, biology and the spiritual life.
On the giving, character, going forth, insight, inner strength, pliability, sincerity, stabilisation, universal love and bliss.
A comparative study of the five hindrances, together with the five states of concentration or mental absorption.
An examination of one of the central concepts in the Buddha’s teaching.
A detailed description of awareness in Buddhist Meditation.
On mindfulness, investigation into the nature of things, energy, delight, tranquillity, concentration and equanimity.
On the three general characteristics: impermanence, conflict and the void in conflict.
A long and detailed analysis of the various types of matter and of mind, sensations and consciousness.
On deliverance beyond all striving, unconditioned, uncreated, the indestructible.