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Noah Levine has become the voice of the next generation of American Buddhism. In The Heart of the Revolution, he invites us on a journey to discover the loving heart. Despite being an acclaimed Buddhist teacher, Levine doubted whether he could ever release the anger deep within. After many years he finally realized the truth of this essential Buddhist belief—compassion is a natural quality of the heart that is often lying dormant, waiting to be uncovered. Levine now reveals the tools that helped him embrace his true Buddha nature. The practices he describes in this book are not a quick fix but a map to a hidden treasure. Free yourself from the unnecessary suffering of life and join the rebellion fueled not by hatred but by forgiveness, compassion, and kindness.
I am happy for the reviewers who found this useful. Yet I found it very, very easy to put down, and am extremely surprised that Jack Kornfield, of all people, would write a preface... Read morePublished 1 day ago by D. J. Braden
Love books by Noah, learned so much keeps me ordering more to learn and practicing what is taughtPublished 24 days ago by Eszenyi Johnson
I can relate to this. Great book from a man who has been there and done that. We all NEED to learn from past mistakes and Noah has from his. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gilbert
Noah is my favorite Buddhist teacher. What attracts me to Buddhism is the wisdom behind the teachings. Read morePublished 8 months ago by <3
Like in his other book, Against the Stream, Noah Levine brings the Buddha's teachings to life for contemporary Western readers while staying true to the original texts and ideas. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eva K
My son closely identified with the author and after nearly 30 years of his anger overwhelming him, he's almost completed a 180 degree turn from the direction that he was heading. Read morePublished 13 months ago by realleah
Wanna know about buddhism without all the new age crap and cryptic elusive explanations. Buy this book then. Noah's books saved my life.Published 19 months ago by dharmakid
If the idea of beginning to figure out who you might be when all the noise is removed intrigues you enough to actually try it; Then this book is as great a place to start as any... Read morePublished 21 months ago by WhatamIreadingfor?