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Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness par [Salzberg, Sharon]
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Longueur : 272 pages Word Wise: Activé Composition améliorée: Activé
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"Salzberg exposes the warm beating heart at the center of Buddhism."—New Age Journal

"Reading Salzberg's book produces the sense of having been gifted abundantly."—Sylvia Boorstein, Turning Wheel 

"Sharon Salzberg has offered a gift of peace to the world."—Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple

"Illuminates the heart of lovingkindness like a lamp in the darkness, like the clearing of fog, like a sunrise on a beautiful morning—it brings light so that all those with eyes may see."—Jack Kornfield, author of After the Ecstacy, the Laundry

"Lovingkindness is a profound exploration of the deepest meanings of love, empathy, and caring. It offers psychological insights of real spiritual value and practical utility."—Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence

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Throughout our lives we long to love ourselves more deeply and find a greater sense of connection with others. Our fear of intimacy—both with others and with ourselves—creates feelings of pain and longing. But these feelings can also awaken in us the desire for freedom and the willingness to take up the spiritual path.

In this inspiring book, Sharon Salzberg, one of America's leading spiritual teachers, shows us how the Buddhist path of lovingkindness can help us discover the radiant, joyful heart within each of us. This practice of lovingkindness is revolutionary because it has the power to radically change our lives, helping us cultivate true happiness in ourselves and genuine compassion for others. The Buddha described the nature of such a spiritual path as "the liberation of the heart, which is love." The author draws on simple Buddhist teachings,wisdom stories from various traditions, guided meditation practices, and her own experience from twenty-five years of practice and teaching to illustrate how each one of us can cultivate love, compassion, joy, and equanimity—the four "heavenly abodes" of traditional Buddhism.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 801 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 272 pages
  • Editeur : Shambhala (3 septembre 2002)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A life-changing practice 20 décembre 2016
Par Lina Landess - Publié sur
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I first experienced the practice of Loving-Kindness at a retreat at Insight Meditation Society, the meditation/teaching center in Barre, MA that Sharon Salzberg, Joseph Goldstein and Jack Kornfield co-founded many years ago. After the retreat and the experience of this practice, I bought this book and have shared it with many friends over the years. Learning to love ourselves first, before we can love another flies in the face of what many of us are taught by our culture. If we don't love ourselves first, how else can we bring to bear, and to share, all the love that we are? Sharon has unselfishly shown us what self-love truly means by bringing the Buddha's practice of Loving Kindness to the West. With gratitude, and at the risk of using a cliche, I can only say that this practice, and this book, have transformed my life.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Saved My Sanity and Soul 21 septembre 2012
Par beantown film fan - Publié sur
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After a terrible freak accident that left me with a near-death experience, four days in a coma, a week in intensive care, a month in a rehab hospital after that, and then five months' bed rest at home, punctuated only by five painful and grueling hours of physical therapy per day and two supervised walks, I was in a nasty state spiritually and psychologically. Some abusive treatment and also medical errors at the various hospitals where I was treated left me blasted, detached, tentative, nervous, and with the feeling that I no longer understood the world or what my place in it might be. Various helpful trauma therapies and psychological assistance left me feeling better, but still very unattached, confused, bamboozled, and out of sorts. What was this world I was living in? How would I understand myself as a permanently disabled person? Why was I so numb and baffled all the time?

After several months of advice and searching, someone suggested Metta meditation to help me reconnect to myself and the world, and to help me feel safer. They suggested I buy this book, because Metta classes are hard to find. Long story short, it worked. Even just using the instruction in this book, and even without an actual teacher to guide me, I was able to get a practice going that made me feel better almost immediately. Just two short Metta sessions per day based on Ms.Salzberg's instructions (which was all the time I could physically spend sitting), was enough to restore my sense of myself, make me feel much more attached to the world, and to feel powerful despite my disabilities. Once this practice let me reconnect with my naturally loving and optimistic spirit, it unfolded fairly quickly that I felt deeply soothed and more secure every minute of every day.

I cannot recommend this practice more highly, and if you don't have a Metta teacher available to you, this book is the best place to get started. If you suffer from some kind of trauma, sense of unreality or inability to connect with others and the world around you, or some kind of severe emotional pain, this is the way to go. I think that for ordinary life stresses or spiritual development, insight meditation or Zen or some other kind like that might be fine, but if something really nasty has happened to you, or if something really unpleasing happened to you in the past that's eroding your ability to live a normal, happy life, Metta meditation is the way to go. Thanks to its clear, simple explanations and easy-to-remember mantra, this book is the place to go when you need to be healed.

May you be happy
May you be peaceful
May you be free from fear and pain
May you live life with ease.....

May all beings be happy....
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Led me to have more goodwill, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity 7 novembre 2016
Par Travis Mann - Publié sur
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I rated this based on the results and not based on how much I enjoyed the book. Just being honest when I say that plenty of the language just did not resonate with me. I recognize the author likely made an attempt to keep the flowery talk to a minimum but for a type A guy with an aversion to touchy-feely language some of it was hard for me to get through. That being said, I do think it nurtured the brahmaviharas in my own practice. So I am glad I read it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Practicing mindfully a love and kindness 29 janvier 2015
Par David Corey - Publié sur
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This is not simply a book to read and understand intellectually. It is a way to live. Practicing mindfully a love and kindness, first with oneself, so one is best able to share this with others. Along with practicing Yoga, Meditation, and the ways of Buddhism, I am better able to be in the present, to fully appreciate this moment, let go of the past, not worry about the future. Be. Here. Now. Wow! All from this book? This guide is a warm blanket for the heart. I hope you find it's wisdom a value in your life.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book 23 mars 2017
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Sharon Salzberg does a great job illustrating the message she is trying to convey in a way that it is easy to understand and interesting. I find her stories of both her and her friends' difficulties and successes along the way in their practices extremely helpful. The stories she relates remind me that it's not expected to be an easy journey, but it is a rewarding one.
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