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!!> Read ➶ Start Where You Are ➺ Author Pema Chödrön – Bogou.us

Start Where You Are Start Where You Areis An Indispensable Handbook For Cultivating Fearlessness And Awakening A Compassionate Heart With Insight And Humor, Pema Ch Dr N Presents Down To Earth Guidance On How We Can Start Where We Are Embracing Rather Than Denying The Painful Aspects Of Our Lives Pema Ch Dr N Frames Her Teachings On Compassion Around Fifty Nine Traditional Tibetan Buddhist Maxims, Or Slogans, Such As Always Apply Only A Joyful State Of Mind, Don T Seek Others Pain As The Limbs Of Your Own Happiness, And Always Meditate On Whatever Provokes Resentment Working With These Slogans And Through The Practice Of Meditation, Start Where You Areshows How We Can All Develop The Courage To Work With Our Inner Pain And Discover Joy, Well Being, And Confidence.

!!> Read ➶ Start Where You Are  ➺ Author Pema Chödrön – Bogou.us
  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Start Where You Are
  • Pema Chödrön
  • English
  • 19 February 2019
  • 1570628394

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➶ Start Where You Are ➺ Author Pema Chödrön – Bogou.us


  1. says:

    I have been re reading this book since I bought Ch dr s presentation of Buddhist teachings is changing my life one moment at a time From other comments I ve seen, Start Where You Are goes better if the reader has some familiarity with Buddhist teachings it would not be the book to start with if you just want to know about Buddhism.There are three components to the teaching of this book, all of them traditional Buddhist teachings, and especially tied to Tibetan Buddhism If you want to know I have been re reading...


  2. says:

    You don t have to be a Buddhist to appreciate the common sense philosophy in this beautiful book I found it life changing If you want to better live in the present, feel your emotions fully without letting them overwhelm you, and expand your compassion and l...


  3. says:

    Reading this book is what made me say hey, this Buddhism thing makes a whole lot of sense to me Pema is always down to earth and sometimes earthy in her presentation of the ideas and how they relate to our lives She approaches every subject with compassion and makes you really feel like she understands your struggles and ...


  4. says:

    While I would beinclined to recommend When Things Fall Apart to someone who s completely new to these concepts, this was of course still extremely valuable, and funnier than the others of hers I ve read.


  5. says:

    This is a good book overall A lot of insights into Buddhist teachings, but while they are clearly simplified, they still may be a bit over our heads for most readers who don t have any previous experience in the topic.She explains that we all armor our hearts, our soft spots instinctively and that to live well, we have to open that door to others, and that it is one of the most frightening things we will ever do, and that we must do it, like everything we do within ourselves, gently.I most en This is a good book overall A lot of insights into Buddhist teachings, but while they are clearly simplified, they still may be a bit over our heads for most readers who don t have any previous experience in the topic.She explains that we all armor our hearts, our soft spots instinctively and that to live well, we have to open that door to others, and that it is one of the most frightening things we will ever do, and that we must do it, like everything we do within ourselves, gently.I most enjoyed her talks on balance, and how compassionate and encouraging the book urges you to be, especially to yourself It emphasizes being kind to yourself as an extension of and to all sentient beings It also encourages you to start with and embrace your most difficult qualities and use these to...


  6. says:

    First let me start by saying that I really love reading some Pema wisdom This woman knows how to speak ina way that engages your attention.About half of this book, or a little , was brilliant and useful to me Unfortunately, the title is a little misleading there are some things that she talks about very briefly, and the lack of detail or explanation makes it difficult for a new practitioner to access her wisdom Unlike what you may imagine, this book isn t really for beginners in Buddh First let me start...


  7. says:

    So I ve been a bit frustrated with myself lately Frustrated with my lack of patience which has come out of nowhere , frustrated with my easy annoyance with others, frustrated with my temper also coming out of nowhere and mostly frustrated with myself for allowing these things to happen So I found thi...


  8. says:

    This book has a few REALLY great statements, such as We work on ourselves in order to help others, but also we help others in order to work on ourselves Oh, wait a second, that s the only one A major part of her instruction is to teach the reader how to work with slogans I find these extremely annoying, especially when they are not in a meaningful context for me and she begins every single paragraph with Another slogan says I picked up the book b c she is said to frame her teachings f This book has a few REALLY great statements, such as We work on ourselves in order to help others, but also we help others in order to work on ourselves Oh, wait a second, that s the only one A major part of her instruction is to teach the re...


  9. says:

    I still have a couple of chapters left to read but here are my key takeaways so far I would recommend this book to everyone but I think it would beuseful if you already have some introduction to the Buddhist principles I listened to this book on audible during my morning commute to work or while exercising on the elliptical It filled me with positive feelings I read it very slowly, often pausing the audio to reflect upon the teachings and some times even rewinding a whole chapter to un I still have a couple of chapters left to read but here are my key takeaways so far I would recommend this book to everyone but I think it would beuseful if you already have some introduction to the Buddhist principles I listened to this book on audible during my morning commute to work or while exercising on the elliptical It filled me with positive feelings I read it very slowly, often pausing the audio to reflect upon the teachings and some times even rewinding a whole chapter to understand it better I still many not have grasped everything but I got a lot out of it I plan to...


  10. says:

    I would have had a difficult time with this book if I had not been meditating and reading up on the subject for a while It seems to have been derived from a series of talks on mind training lojong , a certain teaching that incorporates slog...

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