The Buddhist Guide To Mindfulness
Uncover the spiritual roots of mindfulness meditation and deepen your practice
Mindfulness — the very idea, and its practice — is so ubiquitous today that it’s easy to overlook its spiritual roots. This Special Edition from Lion’s Roar offers a deep, focused, and friendly look at why, for all its mainstream adoption, mindfulness really is “the Buddhist specialty.” The plain-language mindfulness teachings and practices found here — presented by Thich Nhat Hanh, Sharon Salzberg, Jack Kornfield, and many more of today’s leading Buddhist voices — will help anyone better understand their own potential to make mindfulness a way of life and, even a path to enlightenment.
Inside Our Special Edition:
WHAT IS MINDFULNESS?
Its depth and breadth in Buddhist philosophy.
Mindfulness & the Path to Enlightenment, Joseph Goldstein
It’s All Good, Sylvia Boorstein
Beyond Words, Barry Boyce
HOW TO PRACTICE MINDFULNESS
Instructions in a variety of transformative practices.
Cultivate the Good, Sharon Salzberg
How RAIN Can Nourish You, Jack Kornfield
Teaching Mindfulness to Young People, Born I Music (Ofosu Jones-Quartey)
MINDFULNESS & WISDOM
How the stable mind of mindfulness discovers the true nature of reality.
Simple as 1, 2, Ajahn Buddhadhasa
Three Doors to Liberation, Thich Nhat Hanh
Mindfulness and Wisdom in the Mahayana, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche
Exposing, Embracing, Responding, and Letting Go, Guo Gu
MINDFULNESS IN ACTION
Mindfulness and enlightened living.
Mindfulness and the Eightfold Path, Gaylon Ferguson
My Body, My Life, Lama Rod Owens
How to Wash Rice With Your Eyes, Edward Espe Brown
And much more...
(96 pages, on premium stock perfect-bound, full-trim-sized collection.)
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