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Dancing With Life: Buddhist Insights for Finding Meaning and Joy in the Face of Suffering par [Moffitt, Phillip]
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Why do we suffer? Is there a purpose to our pain? Noting that human beings have wrestled with such questions for thousands of years, Phillip Moffitt has found answers for his own life in Buddhist philosophy and meditation. Reflecting on his own journey from Esquire magazine editor-in-chief to Buddhist meditation teacher, Moffitt provides a fresh perspective on the Buddha's ancient wisdom, showing how to move from suffering to new awareness and unanticipated joy.

In this deeply spiritual book that is sure to become a Buddhist classic, Moffitt explores the twelve insights that underlie the Buddha's core teaching--the Four Noble Truths--and uses these often neglected ideas to guide readers to a more meaningful relationship to suffering. Moffitt write: "These twelve insights teach you to dance with both the joy and pain, finding peace in a balanced mind and calm spirit. As the most specific, practical life instructions I have ever encountered, they serve as an invaluable tool for anyone who seeks a life filled with meaning and well-being." Practicing these twelve insights, as Moffitt suggests, will help readers experience life's difficulties without being filled with stress and anguish, and they will enhance their moments of happiness.

With engaging writing and a strong message of self-empowerment, Dancing with Life offers a prescriptive path for finding joy and peace that will appeal to meditation students and readers of "Dharma Wisdom," Moffitt's column in Yoga Journal, as well as anyone searching for a more authentic life.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 341 pages
  • Editeur : Rodale (27 mars 2012)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B007SWCFM4
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Different Kind of Dharma Book 16 juin 2008
Par William H. Coffin - Publié sur
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Most of the Dharma books that I've read fall into two categories: lightweight new-age fluff or heavily-footnoted scholarship. This book avoids both extremes. It's very compactly written, with no apparent filler. (If anything, I think he is too brief in touching on some important points.) I find the title of the book to be a bit unfortunate, but it's actually appropriate to the subject matter.

The book is structured around the Four Noble Truths, and as a long-time Buddhist (with a strong predilection for scholarly detail) I thought that it couldn't teach me anything new. It did, though, and on a number of levels. You might think you know all about the 4NT, but this version from the Samyutta Nikaya really adds a new dimension, and is directly applicable to one's practice.

In short, I give this book a pretty-much unqualified rave. A few stylistic weaknesses and an overuse of italics, but in content it's deeply inspiring and immediately useful.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the best dhamma books I have read 22 mai 2016
Par R Lim - Publié sur
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Clearly written. No mumbo jumbo. One of the best dhamma books I have read.

Good book for committed practitioners. People who have a established practice in meditation/mindfulness will find this book very helpful as it clarifies the stages and insights they can expect to gain if they properly commit to the practice.

What I love most about the book is the absence of mumbo jumbo. It sticks to the most basic principals of Buddhist Teachings and elaborates onward. However if the reader seeks to find motivation and inspiration from this book like from other self help books, they may be dissapointed. This book clearly expounds the truth of suffering, it requires hard work to be liberated from suffering. This is not your quick fix self help book.

Phillip Moffit was a man of the world, successful in worldly matters but found no meaning in it and left it all behind. I admire his courage. This gives him credence to advice on the spiritual path for the modern man living in a competitive westernized world.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fresh new teachings about the Four Noble Truths 21 mai 2017
Par Thomas Lavelle - Publié sur
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After reading this book(I have read dozens of books and even more articles about Buddhism over the years ) I feel like I finally have an idea about how to practice a Buddhism that I can sustain . The Four Noble Truths have always seemed either too simplistic or the bar raised too high . The way Phillip lays it out, I see that I was wrong and the path seems doable and very worthwhile.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Life Changing 7 mai 2014
Par cynthia s. terry - Publié sur
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Every once in a while there is a book that shifts your way of viewing the world. This is one of those books. Moffitt has a way of explaining centuries old concepts in modern day language. This is not a book for Buddhists only. The teachings explained by Moffitt are for everyone. The problem of suffering in our societies has not changed since the Buddha stepped out of his palace, his lessons on the 4 Noble Truths and how to apply them to our lives are as current today. As a therapist this is one of my go to books when working with clients. I keep multiple copies in my office and hand them out as necessary. Do yourself a favor and read this now!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My answer! 21 mars 2014
Par Ann - Publié sur
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If you are new to the "mindfulness" arena, this is the book for you. I have actually been practicing mindfulness and meditation for 2.5 years, and this book brought it all home for me. The author is fascinating and he helps "westerners" understand and appreciate the value of these practices. If you are truely interested in these areas, you will not be disappointed in this book.
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