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Mind In Comfort And Ease

Author : Dalai Lama
ISBN : 9780861717101
Genre : Religion
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Here, in a teaching of outstanding completeness and clarity, the Dalai Lama sets out the key principles of Buddhism, showing how the mind can be transformed, and suffering overcome, through love, compassion, and a true understanding of the nature of reality. By illustrating his brilliant overview of the path with his own personal experiences and advice on how to integrate the practice, the Dalai Lama brings these teachings to life. The Dalai Lama delves deep into the teaching of the Great Perfection, or Dzogchen. His enthusiasm and admiration for this profound tradition shine through as he comments on an important work by the great Dzogchen master Longchen Rabjam, Finding Comfort and Ease in Meditation on the Great Perfection. This teaching, with its remarkable breadth and richness, was originally given to an audience of ten thousand in France in 2000, and this book perfectly captures the majesty of the occasion. As Sogyal Rinpoche, the Dalai Lama's host for the occasion, said, "All of us were moved by the depth, relevance, and accessibility of these teachings; there were those who said that they were among the most remarkable they had ever heard him give. To receive these teachings from him was the opportunity of a lifetime." Blending the highest wisdom with the deepest compassion and humanity, Mind in Comfort and Ease offers a glimpse into the Dalai Lama's wisdom mind and a panoramic view of the Buddhist path.
Category: Religion

Mind In Comfort And Ease

Author : Patrick Gaffney
ISBN : 9780861714933
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In September 2000, at the invitation of Sogyal Rinpoche, the Dalai Lama visited the south of France to give what would be one of his most extensive and vital Buddhist teachings. Entitled “The Path to Enlightenment,” it drew over 10,000 attendees from 21 different countries. This beautiful book allows everyone to have access to this inspiring presentation and to share the full richness and subtlety of the Dalai Lama's presentation. In the teachings, His Holiness sets out the key principles of Buddhism, showing how the mind can be transformed to overcome suffering through love, compassion, and a true understanding of the nature of reality. Illustrating his brilliant overview of the path with his own personal experiences and advice on how to integrate practice into daily life, the Dalai Lama gracefully brings Buddhist teachings, especially those of Dzogchen, to life.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Great Secret Of Mind

Author : Tulku Pema Rigtsal
ISBN : 9780834829046
Genre : Religion
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Dzogchen (Great Perfection) goes to the heart of our experience by investigating the relationship between mind and world and uncovering the great secret of mind's luminous nature. Weaving in personal stories and everyday examples, Pema Rigtsal leads the reader to see that all phenomena are the spontaneous display of mind, a magical illusion, and yet there is something shining in the midst of experience that is naturally pure and spacious. Not recognizing this natural great perfection is the root cause of suffering and self-centered clinging. After introducing us to this liberating view, Pema Rigtsal explains how it is stabilized and sustained in effortless meditation: without modifying anything, whatever thoughts of happiness or sorrow arise simply dissolve by themselves into the spaciousness of pure presence. The book is divided into chapters on the view, meditation as the path, conduct, the attainment, and the four bardos. Each chapter consists of mini-sections that can be read as stand-alone Dharma talks. Pema Rigtsal has studied and lived with several authentic Dzogchen masters and has surprising stories to tell about their unconventional methods to introduce students to the subtle view of Dzogchen.
Category: Religion

More Scripts Strategies In Hypnotherapy

Author : Lynda Hudson
ISBN : 9781845904623
Genre : Psychology
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A collection of brand new general scripts from Lynda Hudson, author of Scripts and Strategies in Hypnotherapy with Children ISBN: 9781845901394. This book covers: Also included is the use of Hypnotic Language and suggestions for varying scripts for particular clients. This volume is an outstanding complement to Roger Allen's now classic Scripts and Strategies in Hypnotherapy ISBN: 9781904424215 and will be welcomed by beginner and experienced practitioners alike. Lynda Hudson, a former teacher, is a clinical hypnosis practitioner who specialises in working with children. She is a lecturer in clinical hypnosis at the London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH) and provides master classes in using hypnosis with children. Covers: Anxiety;Panic Attacks;Phobias; Sexual problems; Breaking habits; Sporting performance; Managing dyslexia and related; Social stigma; Essential tremor; Tics and twitches; Urinary incontinence; IBS; Pain control; Preparation for and recovery from childbirth; Sleeping difficulties; Speaking in groups, meetings, conferences etc; Enhanced business performance; Preparation and recovery from surgery and illness; Coping with mild to moderate depression;Recovering memory (not recovering traumatic memory)
Category: Psychology

Mind In The Balance

Author : B. Alan Wallace
ISBN : 9780231519700
Genre : Religion
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By establishing a dialogue in which the meditative practices of Buddhism and Christianity speak to the theories of modern philosophy and science, B. Alan Wallace reveals the theoretical similarities underlying these disparate disciplines and their unified approach to making sense of the objective world. Wallace begins by exploring the relationship between Christian and Buddhist meditative practices. He outlines a sequence of meditations the reader can undertake, showing that, though Buddhism and Christianity differ in their belief systems, their methods of cognitive inquiry provide similar insight into the nature and origins of consciousness. From this convergence Wallace then connects the approaches of contemporary cognitive science, quantum mechanics, and the philosophy of the mind. He links Buddhist and Christian views to the provocative philosophical theories of Hilary Putnam, Charles Taylor, and Bas van Fraassen, and he seamlessly incorporates the work of such physicists as Anton Zeilinger, John Wheeler, and Stephen Hawking. Combining a concrete analysis of conceptions of consciousness with a guide to cultivating mindfulness and profound contemplative practice, Wallace takes the scientific and intellectual mapping of the mind in exciting new directions.
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Legion S Riddle

Author : Kenneth Sanford
ISBN : 9780595284528
Genre : Fiction
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Exiled to the outer arm of the Milky May Galaxy, Captain Marc W. Miller of the Starship Eagle is entangled in a silent revolution that unleashes an intrigue of deadly revenge. While Captain Miller sees an age that has taken the law into their own hands, he entrusts his intrepid crew who travel through the wormholes in space and traverses the vast chasms of the universe on a perilous search for the Emperor Lord Legion. Hurled into an uncharted realm, they become guided by a solitary code that sends them back to their present time armed with a celestial technology for battle against the corrupt face of galactic domination.
Category: Fiction

Freeing The Body Freeing The Mind

Author : Michael Stone
ISBN : 0834822288
Genre : Health & Fitness
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In this collection of provocative essays by prominent teachers of Yoga and Buddhism, the common ground of these two ancient traditions becomes clear. Michael Stone has brought together a group of intriguing voices to show how Buddhism and Yoga share the same roots, the same values, and the same spiritual goals. The themes addressed here are rich and varied, yet the essays all weave together the common threads between the traditions that offer guidance toward spiritual freedom and genuine realization. Contributors include Ajahn Amaro Bhikkhu, Shosan Victoria Austin, Frank Jude Boccio, Christopher Key Chapple, Ari Goldfield and Rose Taylor, Chip Hartranft, Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara, Sarah Powers, Eido Shimano Roshi, Jill Satterfield, Mu Soeng, Michael Stone, Robert Thurman.
Category: Health & Fitness