How to Meditate with Pema Chodron [Audiobook]
07 July 2012, 04:34
2007 | ISBN: 1591797942 | MP3@192 kbps | 5 hrs 50 mins | 484.5 MB
Pema Chodron, the American-born Tibetan Buddhist nun and author of When Things Fall Apart presents her first complete audio course for those new to meditation. This in-depth, 5-session curriculum helps listeners honestly meet and compassionately relate with the mind, the fundamental skill in meditation, as they explore: the basics of mindfulness awareness practice, including proper posture, inner and outer focus, and breathing; Shamatha (or calm abiding) - the art of stabilizing the mind to remain present with whatever arises; overcoming common obstacles like physical discomfort, difficult emotions, wandering attention, or drowsiness; guided sessions for resting in the nature of mind, staying present, and more - plus straightforward advice for bringing the fruits of practice into everyday life.
Now this beloved voice shares with listeners everywhere her unique approach to basic meditation - simple and down-to-earth while informed by the highest traditions of Tibetan Buddhism.
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