Listening to the Baha’i writings, or any book, I believe can bring you different understanding and insight than reading. In addition, you can combine listening with otherwise repetitive or boring activities such as washing dishes or exercising. Thanks to Voice Maker, and to a lesser extent to Natural Reader commercial, I have a cost-effective way to produce the best-sounding text to speech files, for free listening and downloading.
- The Hidden Words of Baha’u’llah, containing the essence of the teachings of the Divine Manifestations in a condensed form.
- The Hidden Words with Music.
- Baha’u’llah’s Teachings on Spiritual Reality, compiled by Paul Lample
- The Proofs of Baha’u’llah’s Mission, compiled by Paul Lample
- Divine Therapy (extracts), compiled by Annamarie Honnold, treats the subject of difficulties and hardships in life – why they exist and how to deal with them.
- Fire and Gold (extracts), compiled by Brian Kurzius, treats the subject of difficulties and hardships in life – why they exist and how to deal with them.
- Names of God
- Names of God with short prayers combines one Name of God with a short prayer, repeating the prayer for a list of many Names of God.
Baha’i audio, music, video and audiobooks are available for free at other websites:
- Bahaibookstore.com offers a number of free Baha’i audiobooks you can download.
- Bahai-library.com has a wide variety of Baha’i audio, including many talks.
- Baha’i Blog has free audio at their website and on Soundcloud.
- Baha’i audio, mostly talks, are available at Baha’i Works.
- Yet another website with free audiobooks/youtube videos is Crimson Academy.
- This website has been around for years, and has many good Baha’i talks.
Baha’i audiobooks are available for purchase and download at 9 Star Media and also at Hear The Writings and at Audible. Googling or searching on Youtube for “Baha’i audio” should bring up more options.
Below are some other websites that provide audiobooks:
- Audible is the foremost website for audiobooks, in many languages. It has
- Kobo offers a wide selection of audiobooks, and gives you an alternative to supporting a company other than Amazon (who now owns Audible).
- Chirpbooks audiobook special deals surpasses anything I’ve seen from Audible, without the monthly commitment.
- Librivox has free audiobooks of books whose copyrights have expired. They are read by volunteers, in many languages.