Tuesday, August 19, 2014


 Dear Dhammaseekers,

We would like to first express our sincere appreciation for your valuable support and attention over the years to INWARD PATH PUBLISHER.

Sādhu, Sādhu, Sādhu for your generosity.

We are pleased to inform you that we will be moving to a new location on September 1st, 2014. Our new address is:

@ House of Inward Journey
42 Solok Thean Teik 1
Shineville Villas Residential
off Lebuhraya Thean Tek
Bandar Baru Air Itam (Farlim)
11500 PENANG

In addition to Dhamma books publication, Inward Path continues to also provide a venue for spiritual development for meditators and the lay community as well as a place of residence for monastics. Looking ahead, we have decided that the new location, a three-storey terrace house, will be utilized for the following purposes:
  • Ground Floor will be (1) a dedicated shrine hall serving as a pleasant community space for conducting meditation classes, Dhamma talks/dialogues/discussions, and any other Dhamma events and (2) a dining space for offering dāna to monks.
  • First Floor will house (1) a library for the benefit of those wishing to pursue and enrich their Dhamma knowledge and (2) an office space for administration/publication purpose.
  • Second Floor will be dedicated to the Monastics. In this regard, we are most happy to announce that Venerable Jotinanda will be our resident monk. The following is a brief biography of Venerable Jotinanda: 
Venerable Jotinanda, is a Malaysian Theravāda Buddhist monk who was ordained a sāmaṇera (novice monk) in Malaysia in 2001 and later a bhikkhu (fully-ordained monk) in Myanmar in 2002. He first encountered the Dhamma (teaching of the Buddha) and started practising vipassanā meditation back in 1988. He is interested in Buddhist meditation, especially vipassanā meditation, and also the study of the Dhamma, particularly where it deals with the practice of vipassanā meditation. Since he took up the robe he had had the opportunity to learn and practise vipassanā meditation under various teachers both in Myanmar and Malaysia. Besides learning and developing the practical aspect of the Dhamma in retreats he spends most of his other time also exploring and investigating the rich ancient wisdom as recorded in the vast scriptural texts of the Theravāda tradition to which he belongs.

Occasionally he writes essays about the Dhamma, mostly about vipassanā meditation or related topics, but occasionally also about his observation and comments on contemporary development in modern day Buddhist beliefs and practises. In recent years he had also lead vipassanā retreats on invitation from time to time in several meditation centres in Malaysia.

For further inquiry, please contact:
Sunanda Lim
mobile @ +6012 - 430 2893
 email: sunandahelim@gmail.com

We look forward to your continued support and 
hope to serve you better in the future at our new location.