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Taking the Leap: Freeing Ourselves from Old Habits and Fears
Author Pema Chodron
Date2010.12.21
Pages128
PublisherShambhala Audio
Publisher Url http://www.shambhala.com/
LocationBoston, MA, US [波士頓, 麻薩諸塞州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
NoteReprint edition.
AbstractThis gently encouraging book by popular teacher Chödrön (When Things Fall Apart; The Places That Scare You) applies Buddhist wisdom to the problems of deeply ingrained reactions. An American Buddhist nun in the lineage of Tibetan master Chogyam Trungpa, she writes that we already have what we need to change and heal. Chödrön focuses on the preverbal moment—called shenpa in Tibetan—in which individuals are hooked into harmful stories, emotions and actions within the flux of their experiences. Clear descriptions of how this process works are accompanied by simple techniques to begin to break the cycle. Her suggestions can be easily practiced by anyone at any time without meditation training, although she presents the benefits of sitting meditation. With anecdotes from her teachers and examples from her own and others' lives, Chödrön demonstrates that people can stop their suffering and access their natural intelligence, warmth and openness. Throughout, she emphasizes the global implications of personal change. Among her strengths are compassion for the difficulty of human existence and her willingness to acknowledge her own failings. This short guide provides valuable tools for change in uncertain times.
Table of contentsFeeding the right wolf
Learning to stay
The habit of escape
The natural movement of life
Getting unstuck
We have what we need
Rejoicing the things as they are
Uncovering natural openness
The importance of pain
Unlimited friendliness
Epilogue: Taking this into the world
ISBN9781590308431 (pbk)
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Created date2010.03.01
Modified date2014.05.22



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