9781590304013

Practicing Peace in Times of War

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  • ISBN13:

    9781590304013

  • ISBN10:

    1590304012

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2006-08-29
  • Publisher: Shambhala

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Summary

With war and violence flaring all over the world, many of us are left feeling vulnerable and utterly helpless. In this book Pema Chodron draws on Buddhist teachings to explore the origins of aggression, hatred, and war, explaining that they lie nowhere but within our own hearts and minds. She goes on to explain that the way in which we as individuals respond to challenges in our everyday lives can either perpetuate a culture of violence or create a new culture of compassion. "War and peace begin in the hearts of individuals," declares Pema Chodron at the opening of this inspiring and accessible book. She goes on to offer practical techniques any of us can use to work for peace in our own lives, at the level of our habits of thought and action. It's never too late, she tells us, to look within and discover a new way of living and transform not only our personal lives but our whole world.

Author Biography

Pema Chodron is resident teacher at Gampo Abbey, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, the first Tibetan monastery in North America established for Westerners.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Practicing Peace in Times of Warp. 1
The Courage to Waitp. 23
Not Biting the Hookp. 41
Changing Our Attitude Toward Painp. 51
Compassionate Abidingp. 65
Positive Insecurityp. 71
Resourcesp. 87
About the Authorp. 91
Also by Pema Chodronp. 93
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