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In Buddha’s Way of Happiness, mindfulness expert Thomas Bien invites us to view happiness as a state that is always available to us, provided we know how to move past the barriers that keep us feeling stressed and unhappy. Bien identifies the six most common obstacles that keep us from joyful living and shows how to change our perception of everyday experiences to allow for greater fulfillment.
Thomas Bien, Ph.D., is a psychologist, in private practice in Albuquerque, NM, where he also teaches mindfulness and meditation. He is author of numerous books, including Mindful Recovery, Finding the Center Within and Mindful Therapy. Foreword writer Lama Surya Das is a lineage holder in the Dzogchen-tradition of Tibetan Buddhism residing in Cambridge, MA. He is founder of Dzogchen Center and author of many books. The Dalai Lama calls him "The American Lama."
Table of Contents
|Being Happiness||p. 9|
|Releasing Concepts||p. 37|
|Releasing Habit Energy||p. 69|
|Transforming Thoughts and Feelings||p. 93|
|Self, No Self, and Other||p. 121|
|Taking Care of Our Sorrow||p. 145|
|Practicing Happiness||p. 169|
|Living Happiness||p. 189|
|Death and Rebirth||p. 205|
|Recommended Reading||p. 225|
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