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Healing Anger: The Power of Patience from a Buddhist Perspective Broché – 2004

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 the only book that has ever made a difference 16 février 2013
Par Eric M. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
this book as regards the destructive habit of anger is the only one that has ever made a meaningful difference in my life. the binding is horrible and will fall apart (mine is held together with clothes pins and rubber bands) but the content if practiced could change your life. my method has been to read a couple pages, write down the most salient point i can extract 5 times, walk around the house for five minutes memorizing that point word for word (as i toss a baseball in the air), and then meditate for 15 minutes on those words (critical analysis style). i have a notebook dedicated to these meditations with dates written in the margin. i don't consider myself a Buddhist but the logic presented here has served to educate my mind and heart.

"hatred is the ultimate enemy. this feeling not only destroys my immediate calmness and peace of mind, but it also throws me into a state of confusion." sometimes my meditations are nearly word for word from this book, sometimes they are my own analysis.

i give this book as a gift to people whom i believe will use it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Dalai Lama has great skills in reaching out to others and is one ... 6 novembre 2015
Par Satipatipatti - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Dalai Lama has great skills in reaching out to others and is one of our greatest practitioners of compassion for others. He is surrounded by talented writers and translators who are themselves capable of great compassion and great teaching. Even if you do not think you have a problem with anger, and that others do, buy this book and read it first - it will grace your life - before passing it on to others who you think might need it more.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Simple Buddhist Monk 15 octobre 2010
Par Konrei - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama very often speaks of himself as a "simple Buddhist monk." Despite his rank and the great regard in which he is held by the world, he has no pretensions. Like all of us, he gets angry, has stomachaches, and breathes. That is what makes him so accessible to us all.

Shantideva was an Indian Buddhist, a sage who lived in the Eighth Century. His Holiness' reflections on Shantideva's "Bodhisattvacaryavatara" (also known in English as "A Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way Of Life" or "Entering the Path of Enlightenment") are the subject of several of his books, including this one, which focuses on cultivating patience.

Although HEALING ANGER is a brief book, it is a very full book. Lay readers may find themselves a little lost among the unfamiliar cultural reference points, but whether you are a practicing Buddhist or not, this book is a major contribution to the cultivation of compassion in our lives. This is not, in the Western sense, a Self-Help book, nor does it respouse any form of pop psychology. This is not a manual on "Anger Management."

Rather, the Dalai Lama investigates the lessons that Shantideva teaches. Through a lucid discussion of Shantideva's meaning and through suggested practice exercises, the Dalai Lama guides us toward actualizing patience and compassion in our own lives. To work toward such actualization is the Bodhisattva's Way; to actualize these lessons in your own life IS to attain Nirvana.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I highly recommend this book to anyone struggling with anger. 8 février 2015
Par Jon K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have to admit, I have not read the entire book. But I didn't want to hold off writing a review until next winter or fall when I finally finish it.
The book covers all sorts of anger and how to achieve patience in order to combat that anger. If you are having trouble with anger consuming your life, this book will help you. I'm still angry, but I feel it waning as I read the book. The Dalai Lama has some really good insight into anger and how it affects our bodies and minds.

I highly recommend this book to anyone struggling with anger.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good, but challenging 29 janvier 2012
Par Matter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
First, I'll say that I really enjoyed this book, and it was very helpful as I tackled anger around various issues I was dealing with (hence the 5 stars).

One word of "caution", though, is that if you are used to many of the Dalai Lama's other books, you are probably used to the very conversational, almost simplistic, descriptions he gives of the subject matter, which makes those books very accessible and, I think, very effective at exposing a broader audience to Buddhist ideas. This book is not like those, and in this you can really get a glimpse of the theological scholar side of the Dalai Lama. The text is fairly dense, and somewhat difficult to understand unless you have a pretty good understanding of Buddhist principles. I had to go brush up on those and come back to this book to really get through it. If you've only read The Art of Happiness or How to See Yourself as You Really Are then this may be a bit overwhelming and frustrating. To get up to speed, I'd recommend Buddhism for Beginners followed by The Heart of the Buddha's Teaching: Transforming Suffering into Peace, Joy, and Liberation.
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