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The first is external. By obtaining better clothes, better shelter, and better friends we can find a certain measure of happiness and satisfaction. The second is through mental development, which yields inner happiness. However, these two approaches are not equally viable. External happiness cannot last long without its counterpart.... However, if you have peace of mind you can find happiness even under the most difficult circumstances.As he has in previous books (An Open Heart, The Art of Happiness), the Dalai Lama reminds us that developing peace of mind means paying attention to our daily attitudes and choices as well as taking the time to meditate and be prayerful. The six-part book covers Buddhist meditation techniques and visualization exercises as well as daily thoughts and actions that foster morality and wisdom. --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I am happy with it as this book is very easy to read and understand.
This book by H.H. the Dalai Lama may be read by those wishing an introduction to Tibetan Buddhism and by those wishing to begin or develop their practice.
This book helps you cultivate selfless love, begin meditating (something I couldn't understand before this book), and ultimately live a better life.
Just what I was looking for at this time of my life. Thank you!!Published 1 day ago by Marilyn Jeronimus
How To Practice: the Way to a Meaningful Life
I am still in the process of reading, when I get a chance to read
but, so far, it's very interesting and informative.
I have always been fascinated by religions and spirituality. I find it interesting why one person chooses Mormonism, another Judaism and so on. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Todd Retired.
I'm not sure I would ever be able to follow through on the teachings in this book, but I find them very interesting and worthwhile to think about. Read morePublished 20 days ago by cybergrammy
Liked the book,but felt like it was to technical and was harder and leaned more toward the religion that other Buddhist practice books i have read.Published 20 days ago by robert fields
It pains me to give this book a bad review. I have tremendous respect for the Dalai Lama, but the book is billed as being good for neophytes and it simply isn't.Published 22 days ago by PHILIP FALZARANO