When Things Fall Apart

When Things Fall Apart

Heart Advice for Difficult Times
By Pema Chodron
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  • Hardcover (09/01/2002)


    Heart Advice for Difficult Times

  • Hardcover (06/07/2016)


    Heart Advice for Difficult Times

  • Paperback (06/07/2016)


    Heart Advice for Difficult Times

  • MP3 (12/26/2007)


    Heart Advice for Difficult Times

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    Shambhala Audio
    Size: 5.125 x 5.75
    ISBN: 9781590305454
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    How can we go on living when things fall apart—when we are overcome by pain, fear, and anxiety? Pema Chödrön’s answer to that question contains some spectacularly good news: there is a fundamental happiness readily available to each one of us, no matter how difficult things seem to be. To find it, according to traditional Buddhist teaching, we must learn to stop running from suffering and instead actually learn to approach it—fearlessly, compassionately, and with curiosity. This radical practice enables us to use all situations, even very painful ones, as means for discovering the truth and love that are utterly indestructible.

    2 CDs, 2 1/2 hours, abridged

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    "Pema Chödrön is one of those spiritual teachers who brings ancient wisdom to bear upon our daily triumphs and tragedies. . . . Incredibly wise and poignantly practical." —Spirituality & Health

    "Chödrön's book is filled with useful advice about how Buddhism helps readers to cope with the grim realities of modern life, including fear, despair, rage and the feeling that we are not in control of our lives. . . . Chödrön demonstrates how effective the Buddhist point of view can be in bringing order into disordered lives." —Publishers Weekly

    "The advice Chödrön offers is radically different from other self-help prescriptions on the market. This book could serve you for a lifetime." —Natural Health

    "As one of Pema Chödrön's grateful students, I have been learning the most pressing and necessary lesson of all: how to keep opening wider my own heart." —Alice Walker

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