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by Christina Feldman

eBook The Buddhist Path to Simplicity: Spiritual Practice in Everyday Life download ISBN: 0007119070
Author: Christina Feldman
Publisher: Element Books Ltd.; 1st edition (January 25, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1661 kb
Fb2: 1672 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Buddhism

As a mother, a layperson and an internationally renowned teacher, Feldman knows the stresses and strains of modern life.

As a mother, a layperson and an internationally renowned teacher, Feldman knows the stresses and strains of modern life.

The Buddhist Path to Simplicity reminds us that our day-to-day life is the very ground of our spiritual practice. With a depth of compassion and wisdom born of her years of practice, Christina Feldman offers an integrated approach to awakening. SHARON SALZBERG, author of Lovingkindness 'A wonderfully clear guide to simplicity and ease of being.

Spiritual Practice For Everyday Life. A path of conscious simplicity teaches us how to recover ourselves and our lives. A new profession of lifestyle advisors has emerged to aid those who find themselves drowning in the clutter and complexity of their lives and hearts. These professionals remind us that having is not the same as happiness and that simplicity may bring the inner space from which authenticity and creativity emerge.

This is not to say blindly, but directly. I read it on the Kindle version so I could keep notes (highlighted), and I found true insights on every page

This is not to say blindly, but directly. I read it on the Kindle version so I could keep notes (highlighted), and I found true insights on every page. This is not the first Buddhist practice book I've read, but it is by far one of the best. She weaves insights with examples in a clear and compelling style. I highly recommend it.

Vol. 1, Arts de faire' (1980). The 1984 English translation is by Steven Rendall. The book is one of the key texts in the study of everyday life.

As a mother, a layperson and an internationally recognized teacher, Feldman knows the stresses and strains of modern life.

The Buddhist Path to Simplicity: Spiritual Practice in Everyday Life by Christina Feldman. Moments of peace and stillness give us a glimpse of how extraordinary our lives could be. Yet this sense of meaning and wonder is so easy to lose sight of in the hectic pace of modern living. As a mother, a layperson and an internationally recognized teacher, Feldman knows the stresses and strains of modern life. She addresses subjects of compassion, speech, effort, intention, mindfulness and awakening.

by Christina Feldman.

The Buddhist Path to Simplicity: Spiritual Practice in Everyday Life. by Christina Feldman. As a mother, a layperson and an internationally renowned teacher, Feldman knows the stresses and strains of modern life.

Internationally known Buddhist teacher Christina Feldman shows readers .

Internationally known Buddhist teacher Christina Feldman shows readers how to awaken to the present in order to capture those moments of peace and stillness, and bring balance and harmony to their lives.
Comments: (7)
Xal
A friend gave me this book and I find myself going back to it over and over. I'm not a Buddhist, but it just presents a calm, peaceful way to approach life. It makes sense. I pick it up and read a few pages whenever I feel stressed, and feel better right away. Makes me realize I shouldn't get so caught up in the little things.
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Very practical introduction to Buddhist concepts. Immediately gifted a friend with a copy after reading it.
Bolv
I love this book and am buying multiple copies as gifts. They were in perfect shape and delivered on time.
I use this as a reference to guide my daily activities. It is always close by.
Rocky Basilisk
Too much deepity-doo. Perhaps it is just me, but after reading and re-reading any given paragraph, I find myself saying "What the heck is the author trying to say?" A jumble of words, concepts and images, without coherence.
Jack
Beautifully written and easy read. Loving it.
Bradeya
This is one of the best and most easy-to-read books on Buddhism I've ever read. I've bought multiple copies over the years so that I can lend them out.
Cildorais
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Such a nice book. It was recommended by a relative and I couldn't be more pleased. I'm glad I got it.