Der kleine Buddha Hase

Author: Krista Lester
Publisher: Ansata
ISBN: 3641153573
Format: PDF
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Mit dem kleinen Buddha-Hasen auf der Suche nach dem Glück »Auch hinter der kleinsten Möhre kann man manchmal das größte Glück entdecken«, weiß der kleine Buddha-Hase und macht sich vergnügt auf den Weg zur Erleuchtung. Mit seinen pointierten Lebensweisheiten bringt der sympathische Hase die Lehre des Buddha auf den Punkt – unterhaltsam, inspirierend und für jeden verständlich. Ein liebevoll gestaltetes Buch, das wertvolle Erkenntnisse für das eigene Leben vermittelt und zeigt, wie wir zur wahren Buddha-Natur finden können.

Beginne wo du bist

Author: Pema Chödrön
Publisher: Aurum Verlag
ISBN: 3899018877
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Der Grund, warum wir unser Herz so oft verschließen, liegt darin, dass wir nicht wirklich offen für uns selbst sind. Große Teile von uns selbst sind uns so unwillkommen, dass wir jedes Mal davonlaufen, wenn sie auftauchen. Und so schaffen wir es nie, wirklich voll und ganz anwesend zu sein. Dich nur wenn wir bereit sind, voll und ganz zu uns selbst zu stehen und uns selbst niemals im Stich lassen, sind wir in der Lage, auch anderen Menschen beizustehen und ihnen unsere Hilfe mit einem offenen Herzen anzubieten.

Recover

Author: Stanton Peele
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0738216763
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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For decades you've been told that addiction is an irreversible disease, a biological force over which you have no control. That defeatist message not only is without scientific foundation, but actually prevents your overcoming addiction. Now, world-renowned addiction expert Stanton Peele demystifies addiction and offers a groundbreaking program that puts at your disposal what does work in treatment and recovery. For four decades, Dr. Peele has challenged our understanding of addiction and recovery. He has developed approaches that break the cycle of addiction and empower us to take control of our lives--including understanding that we are able to direct our own brains to change. In Recover! Dr. Peele's PERFECT Program takes you through the key concepts of mindfulness--that is, your ability to detach from your addictive experience and to see that it is not who you are--combined with the Buddhist idea of loving kindness, or self-acceptance. It's an easily grasped, yet multifaceted program that allows your true self to overcome your addictive urges. Instead of focusing on what's wrong with you, the PERFECT Program will help you discover, embrace, and build your recovery on what's already right about you. Combining the best evidence-based treatments with the mindful use of meditation, Recover! presents a life-transforming philosophy for freeing yourself from addiction forever.

Confronting Religious Judgmentalism

Author: Catherine M. Wallace
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1498228887
Format: PDF, ePub
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Come to church or go to hell. That's religious bullying. It's judgmentalism. And it's a theological distortion, a distortion insisting that shame and self-loathing are morally appropriate. In Christian humanist tradition, God is not some cosmic judge eager to smite all of us for our sinfulness. God is compassion. We are cherished by God beyond our wildest imagining. We are called to radical hospitality, not to crass judgmentalism. So where does this religious judgmentalism come from? It is the heritage of medieval theocracy: a violent, vindictive God of command and control was far more useful politically than a God of compassion, hospitality, and forgiveness. It comes from literal-minded misreading of the story of Adam and Eve and the forbidden fruit, a story about shame, not disobedience. And it comes from political success in exploiting deep-seated liabilities in the American soul: we spend our lives trying to "prove ourselves," a hopeless task. There's an alternative. In the Christian humanist tradition, authentic moral judgment is rooted in conscience as a creative process. Morality is an art demanding both rigorous consideration of the facts and thoughtful introspection. Conscience properly understood and thoughtfully practiced is an antidote to shame, incessant self-criticism, and chronic self-doubt. .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; }

The Hands On Life

Author: Amy E. Weldon
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532606672
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Stressed out? Swimming in a sea of screens? Worried about our beloved, endangered earth yet uncertain how to work for change? If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. In this intelligent guide to mindfulness in the digital age, writer and teacher Amy Weldon describes how practicing life as an artist can help you wake yourself up and take back control of your attention, your money, your time, and the health of our society and our planet. Traveling from farm to protest march to classroom, and engaging a range of thinkers from Hannah Arendt to George Orwell, John Keats, and Henry David Thoreau, The Hands-On Life is a book for students and for everyone who dreams of building a better world.

Tonglen

Author: Pema Chödrön
Publisher: Freiamt [Germany] : Arbor Verlag
ISBN: 9783924195731
Format: PDF, ePub
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