The Pocket Pema Chodron Shambhala Pocket Classics PDF/EPUB

The Pocket Pema Chodron Shambhala Pocket Classics PDF/EPUB

The Pocket Pema Chodron Shambhala Pocket Classics [PDF / Epub] ✅ The Pocket Pema Chodron Shambhala Pocket Classics By Pema Chödrön – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Here is a treasury of 108 short selections from the best selling books of Pema Chödrön the beloved Buddhist nun Designed for on the go inspiration this collection offers teachings on    • beco Here is a treasury of Pema Chodron PDF ´ short selections from the best selling books of Pema Chödrön the beloved Buddhist nun Designed for on the go inspiration this collection offers teachings on    • becoming fearless    • breaking free of destructive patterns    • developing patience kindness and joy amid our everyday struggles    • unlocking our natural warmth intelligence and goodness.


10 thoughts on “The Pocket Pema Chodron Shambhala Pocket Classics

  1. Moira Clunie Moira Clunie says:

    bought this from the bookstore in darlinghurst a couple of weeks ago and it's stayed on my person ever since it really is small enough to fit in the actual pocket of my winter coatpema chödrön's writing is the perfect thing to read in these little pieces it's dense with insight even as it's simple and easily grasped after i started reading it i felt my attention shifting in interesting waysthis is the thing i read a couple of years ago that stuck with me made me think it might be a good idea to buy this little bookBut loving kindness or maitri towards ourselves doesn't mean getting rid of anything Maitri means that we can still be crazy after all these years We can still be angry after all these years We can still be timid or jealous or full of feelings of unworthiness The point is not to try to change ourselves Meditation practice isn't about trying to throw ourselves away and become something better It's about befriending who we are already


  2. Alex Teixeira Alex Teixeira says:

    I wanted to post a random message from this wonderful little book so I closed my eyes and opened the book to any page Here is the messageEvery day we could think about the aggression in the world in New York Los Angeles Darfur Ira everywhere All over the world everybody always strikes out at the enemy and the pain escalates forever Every day we could reflect on this and ask ourselves Am I going to add to the aggression in the world?Every day at the moment when things get edgy we can just ask ourselves Am I going to practice peace or am I going to war?


  3. Smitha Murthy Smitha Murthy says:

    This delightful collection has some of the best of Pema's teachings little nuggets that as the title suggests you can carry in your pocket Well I carry it in my purse but I have a feeling that this will uickly become my go to book to understanding the groundlessness of fear the scrutiny of embracing life as it is and the relentless path to forgiveness and understandingThe short passages here are perfect to have any time during the day and that's how I intend to dip into this again Like cups of tea on a warm snowy morning


  4. Joanne Joanne says:

    Pema Chodron a Buddhist nun writes about spirituality in everyday terms in a way that’s practical simple and applicable The book is comprised of 108 short selections for on the go inspiration And inspire it does Since its purchase I've made reference to it a few times rereading passages that struck a chordFor instance on page 60 in entry #38 called ‘No Happy Ending’ she uotes her teacher once saying to her “I don’t know why you came here but I want to tell you right now that the basis of this whole teaching is that you’re never going to get it all together” This made me laugh with a giddy sense of relief every time I read itThese insights don’t upset me – they un hinge me – in a really good way They make me feel so free I’m not perfect well perfectly imperfect My life is not perfect and the world is certainly not perfect? I’m NEVER going to “get it all together” or if I do ever feel as though everything is pretty darn cool it never seems to last for longer than about 10 minutes PChodron effectively teaches us to soften our hearts towards ourselves and to others and to make friends with our own selves Huh? Make friends with MY rough edges? What a relief As I absorb her words anxiety and judgments change like the weather into ease and acceptance Such wisdom has awakened my heart a bit


  5. Jae Jae says:

    For me this book is a little treasure on my kindle and ready to be opened at any moment that I need to hear the words of timeless wisdom from this woman of such inner beauty


  6. Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance says:

    There are times in our lives when we feel a little bit anxious and we can say a prayer or our rosary and we can get going again There are other times when we feel so overwhelmed with anxiety that we can't act That is the time I bring out Pema Chodron She looks fear and anxiety suare in the eye and she isn't the one who blinks


  7. Barry Barry says:

    Now is the right time for me to absorb and truly understand the teachings of Buddhism Its emphasis on mindfulness becoming friends with yourself and learning to not cause suffering by trying to avoid pain and struggle but rather to work with it and be in each moment as life comes in every form Truly truly enlightening for me I am not preaching or trying to tell anyone else to read this but it is doing wonders for me because it is truthful for me


  8. Li-Ting Li-Ting says:

    Only parts of this book provided food for thought upon my first read but I can see it as a reference I will come back to over and over and find something new to think about given the constantly changing circumstances The collection covers a wide range of topics sorted into short excerpts you may not connect to every page but there is bound to be something in there that can help you heal and let go of a current stress or worry


  9. Abz Abz says:

    I love this pocket edition Great to carry around for a little pick me up


  10. Ms. Jared Ms. Jared says:

    Love love loved this one She's very down to earth and human and her writing is very relatable I appreciate that she reminds us that just because we're seeking enlightenment and on this path to awakening to life and knowing ourselves that it won't be perfect and that we'll still have pain and suffering and difficulty It's not like we can just follow these specific steps and we'll be all fixed and happy and enlightened It's always going to be a learning process and we hopefully just learn how to reactnot react to things betterI also appreciate reading a woman's perspective since as in most other aspects of everything it's generally men's voices being heard; men doing the writingteaching


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10 thoughts on “The Pocket Pema Chodron Shambhala Pocket Classics

  1. Moira Clunie Moira Clunie says:

    bought this from the bookstore in darlinghurst a couple of weeks ago and it's stayed on my person ever since it really is small enough to fit in the actual pocket of my winter coatpema chödrön's writing is the perfect thing to read in these little pieces it's dense with insight even as it's simple and easily grasped after i started reading it i felt my attention shifting in interesting waysthis is the thing i read a couple of years ago that stuck with me made me think it might be a good idea to buy this little bookBut loving kindness or maitri towards ourselves doesn't mean getting rid of anything Maitri means that we can still be crazy after all these years We can still be angry after all these years We can still be timid or jealous or full of feelings of unworthiness The point is not to try to change ourselves Meditation practice isn't about trying to throw ourselves away and become something better It's about befriending who we are already

  2. Alex Teixeira Alex Teixeira says:

    I wanted to post a random message from this wonderful little book so I closed my eyes and opened the book to any page Here is the messageEvery day we could think about the aggression in the world in New York Los Angeles Darfur Ira everywhere All over the world everybody always strikes out at the enemy and the pain escalates forever Every day we could reflect on this and ask ourselves Am I going to add to the aggression in the world?Every day at the moment when things get edgy we can just ask ourselves Am I going to practice peace or am I going to war?

  3. Smitha Murthy Smitha Murthy says:

    This delightful collection has some of the best of Pema's teachings little nuggets that as the title suggests you can carry in your pocket Well I carry it in my purse but I have a feeling that this will uickly become my go to book to understanding the groundlessness of fear the scrutiny of embracing life as it is and the relentless path to forgiveness and understandingThe short passages here are perfect to have any time during the day and that's how I intend to dip into this again Like cups of tea on a warm snowy morning

  4. Joanne Joanne says:

    Pema Chodron a Buddhist nun writes about spirituality in everyday terms in a way that’s practical simple and applicable The book is comprised of 108 short selections for on the go inspiration And inspire it does Since its purchase I've made reference to it a few times rereading passages that struck a chordFor instance on page 60 in entry #38 called ‘No Happy Ending’ she uotes her teacher once saying to her “I don’t know why you came here but I want to tell you right now that the basis of this whole teaching is that you’re never going to get it all together” This made me laugh with a giddy sense of relief every time I read itThese insights don’t upset me – they un hinge me – in a really good way They make me feel so free I’m not perfect well perfectly imperfect My life is not perfect and the world is certainly not perfect? I’m NEVER going to “get it all together” or if I do ever feel as though everything is pretty darn cool it never seems to last for longer than about 10 minutes PChodron effectively teaches us to soften our hearts towards ourselves and to others and to make friends with our own selves Huh? Make friends with MY rough edges? What a relief As I absorb her words anxiety and judgments change like the weather into ease and acceptance Such wisdom has awakened my heart a bit

  5. Jae Jae says:

    For me this book is a little treasure on my kindle and ready to be opened at any moment that I need to hear the words of timeless wisdom from this woman of such inner beauty

  6. Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance says:

    There are times in our lives when we feel a little bit anxious and we can say a prayer or our rosary and we can get going again There are other times when we feel so overwhelmed with anxiety that we can't act That is the time I bring out Pema Chodron She looks fear and anxiety suare in the eye and she isn't the one who blinks

  7. Barry Barry says:

    Now is the right time for me to absorb and truly understand the teachings of Buddhism Its emphasis on mindfulness becoming friends with yourself and learning to not cause suffering by trying to avoid pain and struggle but rather to work with it and be in each moment as life comes in every form Truly truly enlightening for me I am not preaching or trying to tell anyone else to read this but it is doing wonders for me because it is truthful for me

  8. Li-Ting Li-Ting says:

    Only parts of this book provided food for thought upon my first read but I can see it as a reference I will come back to over and over and find something new to think about given the constantly changing circumstances The collection covers a wide range of topics sorted into short excerpts you may not connect to every page but there is bound to be something in there that can help you heal and let go of a current stress or worry

  9. Abz Abz says:

    I love this pocket edition Great to carry around for a little pick me up

  10. Ms. Jared Ms. Jared says:

    Love love loved this one She's very down to earth and human and her writing is very relatable I appreciate that she reminds us that just because we're seeking enlightenment and on this path to awakening to life and knowing ourselves that it won't be perfect and that we'll still have pain and suffering and difficulty It's not like we can just follow these specific steps and we'll be all fixed and happy and enlightened It's always going to be a learning process and we hopefully just learn how to reactnot react to things betterI also appreciate reading a woman's perspective since as in most other aspects of everything it's generally men's voices being heard; men doing the writingteaching

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