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Practicing Peace in Times of War: A Buddhist Perspective
Author Pema Chodron
PublisherShambhala Audio
Content type錄音資料=Sound Recording
NoteDuration : 1.5 hours
Keyword佛教人物=Buddhist; 佛教教義=Buddhist Doctrines=Buddhist Teachings; 施受法=tonglen; 慈悲心=Compassion=Metta=Loving Kindness=Maitri; 靜坐=Meditation; 禪修=Meditation
AbstractWar and peace begin in the hearts of individuals, declares Pema Chodron at the opening of her new inspiring work. Here in four recorded talks, Pema Chodron draws on Buddhist teachings to explore the origins of aggression, hatred, and war - explaining that they lie nowhere but within our own hearts and minds. She then goes on to explain that the way we as individuals respond to turmoil in our everyday lives can either perpetuate a culture of violence or create a new culture of compassion. To help us sow the seeds of compassion, this audio programme includes an abundance of practical exercises and heartfelt advice, including a guided meditation on tonglen to help us open our hearts in the face of difficulty.

These four talks contain the original material that inspired Pema Chodron's book Practicing Peace in a Time of War. They stand alone or make a wonderful companion to the book.
Created date2007.02.06

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