Listening is a wonderful way to engage the teachings!
Wikipedia tells us:
Śrāvaka (Sanskrit) or Sāvaka (Pali) means “hearer” or, more generally, “disciple”. This term is used in Buddhism and Jainism. In Jainism, a śrāvaka is any lay Jain so the term śrāvaka has been used for the Jain community itself (for example see Sarak and Sarawagi).
We have read some sutras for your benefit. Also, we have shared some other wonderful resources.
Recording the Longer Pure Land Sutra - I’ve been reading the Longer Sukhavativyuha Sutra for my English-speaking internet friends. This is the latest segment. It’s about 15 minutes long. Annnd, it’s a pretty exciting part of the Sutra– it’s got a lot of huuuuge numbers! Christian Pecaut - Christian Pecaut has provided us with some awesome recitations of some awesome Mahayana Buddhist texts! I’ll give brief introductions of the texts and links to the actual audio files.