Our nonprofit mission is to develop and deliver to you the very highest quality books on Buddhism and mindful living. We hope this book will be of benefit to you. 21 Jan Featuring titles such as “The Two-Finger Smile” and “The Worm and His Lovely Pile of Dung,” these wry and witty stories provide playful, pithy. “One of The Best Spiritual Books of Entertaining and spiritually edifying; the author has a fine sense of humor and these tales are sure to speak to your.
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Mindfulness, Bliss, and Beyond. All the Light We Cannot See. Especially resonant if slowly savored, this is a wonderful collection that can be enjoyed by a broad audience.
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Search Join Donate Sign In. The Pocket Pema Chodron. Then you start thinking, ‘How can they call me an idiot? What happens when I die? Awakening to the Supreme Reality. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Beyond Mindfulness in Plain English. There are pieces of wood and cement bags all over the place. He left the academic world and ventured into the jungles of Thailand and spent nine years studying with the meditation master Ajahn Chah. A Short Vajrasattva Practice.
The Art of Happiness, 10th Anniversary Edition. Brahm tells some fascinating stories about the challenge of seeing setbacks, bad things, or character flaws as spiritual teachers. He is now an abbot and spiritual director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia. I’ll get them back for calling me an idiot. Life, Death and After Death.
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The Miracle of Mindfulness. Brahm, a former Cambridge University theoretical physics scholar, was ordained in Bangkok at age 23 and spent nine subsequent years in forest meditation under Venerable Ajahn Chah. The Yoga of Offering Food. Indeed, after reading the book, I believe we will all open the doors of our hearts to more goodness, kindness, and happiness. Here is one example:. Living a Peaceful Life. Resurrecting several “chestnuts” as well as crafting new stories, Brahm avoids the pitfall of esoteric, inscrutable renderings sometimes found in Buddhist writing.
Ajahn Brahm is originally from London, and his working-class humor and cockney turns of phrase can be charming. To Kill a Mockingbird. Skip to main content.
Therein lies the problem. His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Especially resonant if slowly savored, this is a wonderful collection that can be enjoyed by a broad audience. How to Train a Wild Elephant. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Mindfulness in Plain English. To Heaven and Back. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks!
Instead, without compromising integrity, he favors modern cadences and references e. The author has a fine sense of humor and these tales are sure to speak to your condition. The one-hundred and eight stories in this entertaining and spiritually edifying paperback have been divided into the following thematic categories: More than statistics and theories, we really trust anecdotes and narratives.
Otherwise our work is never finished. The Girl on the Train. It can also see a mountain and many other things as well.