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  1. True Love

    True Love

    A Practice for Awakening the Heart

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    • Thich Nhat Hanh
    In this little treasure, Thich Nhat Hanh, the renowned Zen monk, offers timeless insight into the nature of real love. With simplicity, warmth, and directness, he explores the four key aspects of love as described in the Buddhist tradition: lovingkindness, compassion, joy, and freedom—explaining how to experience them in our day-to-day lives. He also emphasizes that in order to love in a real way, we must first learn how to… Read More

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  2. Waking Up to What You Do

    Waking Up to What You Do

    A Zen Practice for Meeting Every Situation with Intelligence and Compassion

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    • Diane Eshin Rizzetto
    Life is rising up to meet us at every moment. The question is: Are we there to meet it or not? Diane Rizzetto presents a simple but supremely effective practice for meeting every moment of our lives with mindfulness, using the Zen precepts as tools to develop a keen awareness of the motivations behind every aspect of our behavior—to "wake up to what we do"—from moment to moment. As… Read More

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  3. Awake at Work

    Awake at Work

    35 Practical Buddhist Principles for Discovering Clarity and Balance in the Midst of Work's Chaos

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    • Michael Carroll
    When we think of work, we often think of drudgery, frustration, and stress. For too many of us, work is the last place in our lives we expect to experience satisfaction, fulfillment, or spiritual growth. In this unique book, Michael Carroll—a meditation teacher, executive coach, and corporate director—shares Buddhist wisdom on how to transform the common hassles and anxieties of the workplace into valuable opportunities for heightened wisdom and… Read More

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  4. Hooked!

    Hooked!

    Buddhist Writings on Greed, Desire, and the Urge to Consume

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    • Stephanie Kaza
    At one time or another, most of us have experienced an all-consuming desire for a material object, a desire so strong that it seems like we couldn't possibly be happy without buying this thing. Yet, when we give in to this impulse, we often find ourselves feeling frustrated and empty. Advertisers, of course, aim to hook us in this way, and, from a global perspective, our tendency to get hooked… Read More

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  5. Dancing the Wave

    Dancing the Wave

    Audacity, Equilibrium, and Other Mysteries of Surfing

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    • Jean-Etienne Poirier
    There is no greater or more powerful or more pure human rapport with the elements than that experienced by a surfer dancing with the ocean. In Dancing the Wave, Jean-Etienne Poirier brings alive the world of surfing by offering historical, anthropological, and cultural perspectives on this increasingly popular sport. By recounting tales of his own surfing adventures, he opens the door to this world beyond the summer… Read More

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  6. Playing in the Zone

    Playing in the Zone

    Exploring the Spiritual Dimensions of Sports

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    • Andrew Cooper
    Our ancient ancestors believed that sports were a gift of the gods—that they were potent rituals, which, if performed correctly, would placate unseen powers, honor departed heroes, or improve the harvests. Today, sports still speak to deep yearnings, imaginings, and the irreducible need people feel to resonate with themselves and their world. But the hidden meaning, or "secret life," that lies at the heart of sports and gives them their… Read More

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  7. The Seven Laws of Money

    The Seven Laws of Money

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    • Michael Phillips
    The Seven Laws of Money tells how to live with money: how to get it, care for it, and forget about it. An underground classic among corporate executives, accountants, and entrepreneurs since the 1970s, it is rooted in the author's commitment to right livelihood, to learning how the world works, to a willingness to "fail young," and to networking. Phillips shows how to combine these principles with the seven… Read More

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  8. Living the Mindful Life
  9. Temp

    Temp

    How to Survive and Thrive in the World of Temporary Employment

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    • Deborahann Smith
    Drawing on her experience at more than one hundered companies, Deborahann Smith guides the reader throughout the world of temporary employment with humor, common sense, a Zen-like appreciation for the ever-changing present moment—and a healthy dose of enlightened self-interest. Among the topics are: Marketing yourself Dealing with agencies Negotiating pay and benefits Getting through the first day Community in the workplace Difficult relationships Job recognition Surviving job lulls… Read More

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  10. Ordinary Magic

    Ordinary Magic

    Everyday Life as Spiritual Path

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    • John Welwood
    Spiritual practice and meditation are often thought of as being the province of priests, monks, and nuns—those few individuals who have returned from the preoccupations of day-to-day life. This inspiring book reveals how the simple practice of mindfulness can be a magical and transformative part of anyone's daily life. Thirty-five wide-ranging essays written by well-known spiritual teachers, therapists, and creative artists show how learning to focus awareness can bring a… Read More

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