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How to Meditate The American-born Tibetan Buddhist nun presents her first book that explores in-depth what she considers the essentials for an evolving practice that helps people live in a wholehearted way. Meditation, Chodron explains, gives people a golden key to address this yearning. Full description

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Excellent (As Always) - Basics for Beginners, But Also Real Insights for the Longstanding Meditator 16 mai 2013
Par L. Erickson - Publié sur
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Pema Chodron is a master at presenting teachings in a simple and accessible way, so that anyone can read her books and connect with them. The only potential downside is that it's possible to be deceived by the simplicity and overlook the depth of wisdom actually offered. In the case of this book on meditation, it begins with very basic, easy to follow instructions on getting started with a meditation practice focused on the breath. If you are looking for a straightforward little book to help you begin meditating, this is a great one (and Pema offers many meditation CDs that you can use for guidance as well.)

As this book progresses though, it offers many more meditation approaches, and insights that will be useful even to those who have meditated for a long time. Sections 2, 3 and 4 are devoted to 'Working with Thoughts', 'Working with Emotions', and 'Working with Sense Perceptions', and in each she invites us to actually use these as 'objects of meditation' - to invite them into our meditation and work with them as the foundation for our practice, rather than judging them as 'bad' and trying to push them out. This 'friendliness' as she puts it, really changes everything, and offers us the potential for deep understanding and healing. She offers many personal stories, and anecdotes from students, to support how powerful this can be.

In the final section of the book, 'Opening Your Heart to Include Everything', Pema connects meditation to the awakening or enlightenment process. This is perhaps the most 'Buddhist' section in the book, although really I feel anyone of any faith interested in spiritual meditation will find much value here (as with most of Pema's books, this one is not targeted to those who define themselves as 'Buddhist'.) Pema offers insight into how to work with our biggest challenges in life as objects of meditation, and even to view them as opportunities for enlightenment. She discusses the role of belief in practice, and how to examine the 'firmness' we find in our minds whenever we are gripping a belief as reality. She discusses working with 'groundlessness', and the way of the boddhisattva, or as she defines it, 'becoming a completely loving person.'

So overall, this is a great little book for anyone interested in learning to meditate, or needing to break through barriers in their own meditation practice. If you have already read a lot of Pema's book there may not be anything new here, but as always it is well done and has a lovely transmission behind it. If you are new to her work, and certainly if you are new to Buddhism, this book is a wonderful place to start.
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Mindful Meditation 12 août 2013
Par S. Cox - Publié sur
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For most of us mortals, meditation is difficult. I've been at it off and on (mostly off, if I'm honest) for the last twenty years. The problem is, I've never found a proper way in. With Chodron's kind and gentle book, I am now thinking about what meditation is and what it does in a new way, and have been able to sustain and enrich my practice in a way that I will stick with. I'm truly grateful.
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This is the most helpful book on meditation I have ever read 16 juillet 2013
Par Caroline Blundell - Publié sur
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Pema Chodron has a very relaxed approach to the subject, with wonderful insights on what it is to be human. She goes into great detail, without being ponderous or preachy, and she has a surprisingly modern take on ancient subject!
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beneficial changes in neuroanatomy of the brain 30 juillet 2014
Par Birgit Zipser - Publié sur
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Reading Pema Chödrön's book inspired me to meditate. I like her kindness, lack of rigidity, down-to-earth approaches. Different from the fanaticism associated with Transcendental Meditation that I tried more than two decades ago. - As a neuroscientist, I am intrigued by the mediation-associated changes of the actual neuroanatomy of the brain. Quoting en.wikipedia: "..These changes were distinguished by density increases in grey matter regions and white matter pathways in the brains of individuals who meditate in comparison to individuals who do not. ...There is also evidence to suggest meditation plays a protective role against the natural reduction in grey matter volume associated with aging. One study found evidence that Zen meditators experienced a slower age related decline rate for cerebral gray matter volume in the putamen which plays a role in learning, cognitive flexibility and attentional processing [14] This could suggest a better attentiveness in aging meditators versus non-meditators...
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simply great! to the point and easy to follow. 18 septembre 2013
Par hoges1 - Publié sur
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Pema Chödrön makes meditation understandable and accessible in this incredibly helpful and insightful, gentle little guide.
I highly recommend it to anyone interested in either mindfulness, meditation, buddhism or just simply finding a simple way of reducing stress in life and gaining more insight into the experience of being human.
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