I do enjoy reading Pema Chodron's books and find them truly inspiring and helpful.
This book helps you to look at yourself and learn how to catch the moments when you want to react to things that really might just need a thoughtful moment instead.
If we can learn to simply accept the energies that arise in us, without judgment, we can explore them, and ultimately transmute them.
I read this book at least once a month. It's a life-saver. Inspiring and, believe it or not, fun.Published 2 days ago by judith gold stitzel
This book was the strongest help I could have had to help me out of a short-lived, but poisonous depression. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Pat Young
I have never read a book that made so much sense, that presented a very clear mirror that allowed me to articulate and describe the behaviors that hold me back or make me feel... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Nancy Cavillones
Just finished this book and it is GREAT. I like that it doesn't get too existential or preachy. Clear and concise ideas about tackling fears of any kind. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michelle Ridlehoover
Clear, concise explanations of the mechanisms and techniques taught by the Buddha for liberating oneself.Published 1 month ago by S. Szakonyi