Heal from Breakup

This book incorporates Buddhist wisdom, advice, and personal anecdotes to begin to heal your heart and ease your suffering.

Heal from Breakup

Author: Julie Bacher

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1645305066

Page: 48

View: 104

Heal from Breakup When Your Head Won’t Stop Thinking and Your Heart Won’t Stop Feeling By: Julie Bacher The breakup of a romantic relationship is one of the hardest experiences in our lifetimes. There is virtually no education on this subject, and before you know it, your life seems destroyed and you’re not sure what to do to fix it. This book incorporates Buddhist wisdom, advice, and personal anecdotes to begin to heal your heart and ease your suffering. It helps you to take a step back, reflect on the ever changing quality of being alive, and understand that because life is ever-moving; your heart will be whole again. Instead of living each day in the anguish of your misery, there are critical paths you can use to expedite your healing. If your heart is currently smashed into a thousand pieces, this book is the first step to putting it back together again, one piece at a time.

Break Up Don t Break Down

Shows how to move beyond anger, guilt, pain, and disappointment after a relationship fails and offers tips for creating a new life and finding new love.

Break Up  Don t Break Down

Author: D. Ivan Young

Publisher: D Ivan Young

ISBN: 0966513215

Page: 192

View: 592

Shows how to move beyond anger, guilt, pain, and disappointment after a relationship fails and offers tips for creating a new life and finding new love.

Love Hurts

It feels like you may never recover sometimes. But Lodro Rinzler has wonderfully good news for those suffering heartbreak: the 2,500-year-old teachings of the Buddha are the ultimate antidote for emotional pain.

Love Hurts

Author: Lodro Rinzler

Publisher: Shambhala Publications

ISBN: 0834840510

Page: 192

View: 589

Buddhism has a lot to say about suffering—and there are likely few times we suffer more intensely than when we break up with a romantic partner. It feels like you may never recover sometimes. But Lodro Rinzler has wonderfully good news for those suffering heartbreak: the 2,500-year-old teachings of the Buddha are the ultimate antidote for emotional pain. And you don’t need to be a Buddhist for them to apply to you. In this short and compact first-aid kit for a broken heart, he walks you through the cause and cure of suffering, with much practical advice for self-care as you work to survive a breakup. The wisdom he presents applies to any kind of emotional suffering.

Buddhism for Meat Eaters

His Holiness the Dalai Lama The Art of Happiness: A Handbook for Living
Healing Anger: The Power of Patience from a Buddhist Perspective Meshel
Laurie Buddhism for the Unbelievably Busy Buddhism for Break-ups David
Michie ...

Buddhism for Meat Eaters

Author: Josephine Moon

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1760851175

Page: 192

View: 637

For many years Josephine Moon struggled with the question of eating meat, fervently wishing to live as a vegetarian yet requiring meat in her diet. From Josephine’s philosophical, spiritual and physical battle with eating meat came, Buddhism for Meat Eaters – a book for animal lovers, the environmentally and ethically conscious, and generally thoughtful people who eat meat but perhaps aren’t entirely comfortable doing so. Open, honest and utterly without judgement, Buddhism for Meat Eaters encourages readers to be more mindful about their choices, rather than berating themselves for them, and offers ways for people to live ethically, honestly and guilt-free, whether as a carnivore, vegetarian or vegan. This highly practical guide also includes workbook-style activities and topics for consideration to guide you in your own journey to making wiser decisions on how you consume, how you live, and how to change the world around you.

Buddhism for the Unbelievably Busy

"Dear Reader – This is not a book about coping with unbelievable busyness.

Buddhism for the Unbelievably Busy

Author: Meshel Laurie

Publisher: Nero

ISBN: 1743820127

Page: 304

View: 469

"Dear Reader – This is not a book about coping with unbelievable busyness. It’s a book about making it stop. What if I told you that a lot of what keeps you unbelievably busy is not only pointless, but avoidable, nonsensical and entirely driven by your own fears, insecurities and ego? You’d probably want to slap me, if you could find the time, right? Don’t worry, I was once just like you: exhausted, harried, overcommitted and flummoxed as to what to cut back on. I’m not completely cured, but for the first time in years I have room to breathe and to think about what kind of life I really want to live. And I have Buddhism to thank for this. In this book I’ve compiled the teachings, ideas and practices that got me to this point. Buddhism helped me dig deep to discover why I was determined to do so much, and why I was so afraid to stand still and be alone with myself. It’s not hippy-trippy stuff, believe me. Buddhism is just as relevant and practical in our modern world as it’s ever been. As crazy as it sounds, I’m asking you to add one more thing to your list today: read this book, and let it help you free yourself from the grind of your unbelievable busyness. Live the peaceful life you know you deserve and be the person you want to be. Meshel Laurie is a television and radio presenter, newspaper columnist, podcaster and official ambassador of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. She is the author of The Fence-Painting Fortnight of Destiny and Buddhism for Break-ups."

Sit Down and Shut Up

Punk Rock Commentaries on Buddha, God, Truth, Sex, Death, and Dogen's
Treasury of the Right Dharma Eye Brad Warner ... Every one of us has a different
definition of the word desire, and how many breakups occur every day over the ...

Sit Down and Shut Up

Author: Brad Warner

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 9781577317715

Page: 272

View: 758

In 2003, Brad Warner blew the top off the Buddhist book world with his irreverent autobiography/manifesto, Hardcore Zen: Punk Rock, Monster Movies, and the Truth about Reality. Now in his second book, Sit Down and Shut Up, Brad tackles one of the great works of Zen literature, the Shobogenzo, by thirteenth-century Zen master Dogen. Illuminating Dogen’s enigmatic teachings in plain language, Brad intertwines musings on sex, meditation, death, God, sin, and happiness with an exploration of the punk rock ethos. In chapters such as “Evil Is Stupid,” “Kill Your Anger,” and “Enlightenment Is for Sissies,” Brad melds the antiauthoritarianism of punk with that of Zen, mixing in a travelogue of his triumphant return to Ohio to play in a reunion concert of Akron punk bands. For those drawn to Buddhist teachings but scared off by their stiff austerity, Brad writes with a sharp smack of truth, in teachings and stories that cut to the heart of reality.

Bad Buddhist

With candid humour, she reveals her horror of family holidays after becoming stranded in Bali and reflects on what it was like to meet his one and only Holiness, the Dalai Lama. This is Meshel at her funniest and most relatable.

Bad Buddhist

Author: Meshel Laurie

Publisher: Nero

ISBN: 9781863959667

Page: 224

View: 994

For as long as I can remember, I've been focused on accumulation. I've been accumulating money, objects, jobs, respect, friends, invitations and ticks on the list in my mind called "Things I Should Have Done by This Stage of My Life" .... I feel like I've done everything I was supposed to do, but while I have lots of stuff, I have no time, energy or peace ... This isn't the way it was supposed to be. Meshel Laurie is all too aware that she's probably a very bad Buddhist, but every day she puts her energy into improving. She works in television and radio, creates podcasts, writes columns and books, and parents twins - so she also knows a thing or two about the mad juggle of modern life. In this collection of new and previously published writing, Meshel explores everything from the meaning of friendship to the travails of online dating, from mammograms to mid-life crises. With candid humour, she reveals her horror of family holidays after becoming stranded in Bali and reflects on what it was like to meet his one and only Holiness, the Dalai Lama. This is Meshel at her funniest and most relatable.

Nationalism and the Breakup of an Empire

In earlier times , a number of old religions , such as Buddhism , Manichaeism ,
Zoroastrianism , and Nestorian Christianity , were brought into Xinjiang because
of its strategic location along the great trade route , the Silk Road . They coexisted
 ...

Nationalism and the Breakup of an Empire

Author: Miron Rezun

Publisher: Praeger Pub Text

ISBN:

Page: 197

View: 927

Since Mikhail Gorbachev launched his reform program under the rubric of perestroika and glasnost, the most dramatic changes taking place in the USSR have been in the area of ethnic and minority nationalism. The Soviet nationalities problem has become central to the nations of the world--to all minority and national groups. The purpose of this book is to present a comprehensive analysis of the impact of nationalism on the break-up of the Soviet Union, measure the effects of this dissolution, and examine the remnants and revisions.

After the Breakup

For others , the pain and struggle that a breakup can bring gives them the desire
to nurture their spirituality as a way to ... on a larger scale than simply the
personal : I got some exposure to Buddhism at the same time we were breaking
up .

After the Breakup

Author: Angela Watrous

Publisher: M J F Books

ISBN: 9781567315028

Page: 206

View: 226

Buddhist and Christian Responses to the Kowtow Problem in China

Buddhist Obeisance The early Tang context From the breakup of the Han early in
the third century CE, the territory of China was divided into a series of smaller
dynasties, some of them quite shortlived. It was under these conditions of political
 ...

Buddhist and Christian Responses to the Kowtow Problem in China

Author: Eric Reinders

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1474227295

Page: 208

View: 100

The most common Buddhist practice in Asia is bowing, yet Buddhist and Christian Responses to the Kowtow Problem is the first study of Buddhist obeisance in China. In Confucian ritual, everyone is supposed to kowtow, or bow, to the Chinese emperor. But Buddhists claimed exemption from bowing to any layperson, even to their own parents or the emperor. This tension erupted in an imperial debate in 662. This study first asks how and why Buddhists should bow (to the Buddha, and to monks), and then explores the arguments over their refusing to bow to the emperor. These arguments take us into the core ideas of Buddhism and imperial power: How can one achieve nirvana by bowing? What is a Buddha image? Who is it that bows? Is there any ritual that can exempt a subject of the emperor? What are the limits of the state's power over human bodies? Centuries later, Christians had a new set of problems with bowing in China, to the emperor and to “idols.” Buddhist and Christian Responses to the Kowtow problem compares these cases of refusing to bow, discusses modern theories of obeisance, and finally moves to examine some contemporary analogies such as refusing to salute the American flag. Contributing greatly to the study of the body and power, ritual, religion and material culture, this volume is of interest to scholars and students of religious studies, Buddhism, Chinese history and material culture.

Lost in Transition

... 259,260 Botswana, 232 brain, 11, 54, 265 break up with a romantic partner/
romantic/unhappy breakups/bad breakups, ... 171, 181 Buddhism, 46 bulimia,
166 Burroughs, William, 146 Bush, George W., administration, 212 buzzed, 122
See ...

Lost in Transition

Author: Christian Smith

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199911525

Page: 296

View: 584

Life for emerging adults is vastly different today than it was for their counterparts even a generation ago. Young people are waiting longer to marry, to have children, and to choose a career direction. As a result, they enjoy more freedom, opportunities, and personal growth than ever before. But the transition to adulthood is also more complex, disjointed, and confusing. In Lost in Transition, Christian Smith and his collaborators draw on 230 in-depth interviews with a broad cross-section of emerging adults (ages 18-23) to investigate the difficulties young people face today, the underlying causes of those difficulties, and the consequences both for individuals and for American society as a whole. Rampant consumer capitalism, ongoing failures in education, hyper-individualism, postmodernist moral relativism, and other aspects of American culture are all contributing to the chaotic terrain that emerging adults must cross. Smith identifies five major problems facing very many young people today: confused moral reasoning, routine intoxication, materialistic life goals, regrettable sexual experiences, and disengagement from civic and political life. The trouble does not lie only with the emerging adults or their poor individual decisions but has much deeper roots in mainstream American culture--a culture which emerging adults have largely inherited rather than created. Older adults, Smith argues, must recognize that much of the responsibility for the pain and confusion young people face lies with them. Rejecting both sky-is-falling alarmism on the one hand and complacent disregard on the other, Smith suggests the need for what he calls "realistic concern"--and a reconsideration of our cultural priorities and practices--that will help emerging adults more skillfully engage unique challenges they face. Even-handed, engagingly written, and based on comprehensive research, Lost in Transition brings much needed attention to the darker side of the transition to adulthood.

Universal Religions in World History Buddhism Christianity and Islam

However , these early reformers paved the way for the final break Luther and
Calvin initiated in the sixteenth century that culminated in the Protestant
Reformation . THE BREAKUP OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH : THE
PROTESTANT ...

Universal Religions in World History  Buddhism  Christianity  and Islam

Author: Donald Johnson

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

ISBN:

Page: 226

View: 881

Focusing on Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam, this book traces the origins and spread of these "world" or "universal" religions. By examining cross-cultural encounters and inviting students to consider similarities and differences in the meanings they ascribe to human life, the book highlights the relationship between religious and cultural life and the political and social context in which it is embedded.

South Asian Culture

Major Culture : - Hindu way of life with Buddhist religion is the main stream of
Shrilanka life . The child has some birth rite which is ... Christianity , Islam and
others . The religious break ups of the population of 1953 shows that Buddhists
are in ...

South Asian Culture

Author: Lalita Prasad Vidyarthi

Publisher: Delhi : Oriental Publishers & Distributors

ISBN:

Page: 155

View: 538

Buddhism and Politics in Twentieth Century Asia

Buddhist temples had acted as local instruments and priests conducted rituals to
maintain the cohesion of the community ... from the 1960s, urbanization
accelerated the breakup of rural village communities and hence eroded the * The
author ...

Buddhism and Politics in Twentieth Century Asia

Author: Ian Harris

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1441167714

Page: 314

View: 911

In this study, a team of international scholars assess the manner in which Buddhist organizations and individuals have resisted, come to terms with, or in some cases allied themselves with the forces of war, modernity, westernization, nationalization, capitalism, communism, and ethnic conflict. By examining issues such as left-right divisions in the monastic order, the rise of organized lay movements, Buddhist social activism, as well as explicitly Buddhist inspired political activity, this book seeks to demonstrate that the emphasis on meditation and mental training is only one strand in this richly complex world historical tradition.

Buddhism for Beginners

How can Buddhism help our family life? Family harmony is extremely important,
and divorce is traumatic for adults and children alike. If adults see the main
purpose of marriage as pleasure, then arguments and the breakup of the family
come ...

Buddhism for Beginners

Author: Thubten Chodron

Publisher: Shambhala Publications

ISBN: 1559398108

Page: 160

View: 521

This user’s guide to Buddhist basics takes the most commonly asked questions—beginning with "What is the essence of the Buddha’s teachings?"—and provides simple answers in plain English. Thubten Chodron’s responses to the questions that always seem to arise among people approaching Buddhism make this an exceptionally complete and accessible introduction—as well as a manual for living a more peaceful, mindful, and satisfying Life. Buddhism for Beginners is an ideal first book on the subject for anyone, but it’s also a wonderful resource for seasoned students, since the question-and-answer format makes it easy to find just the topic you’re looking for, such as: • What is the goal of the Buddhist path? • What is karma? • If all phenomena are empty, does that mean nothing exists? • How can we deal with fear? • How do I establish a regular meditation practice? • What are the qualities I should look for in a teacher? • What is Buddha-nature? • Why can't we remember our past lives?

The Tibetan Assimilation of Buddhism Conversion Contestation and Memory

75 Following the breakup of the old Tibetan empire, those vying for authority
sought to recapture elements of this confluence of divinity, wisdom, and power,
and connections with Buddhist learning and with those who had reputations for ...

The Tibetan Assimilation of Buddhism   Conversion  Contestation  and Memory

Author: Matthew T. Kapstein Associate Professor in the Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations University of Chicago Divinity School

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 019803007X

Page: 336

View: 985

This book explores the Buddhist role in the formation of Tibetan religious thought and identity. In three major sections, the author examines Tibet's eighth-century conversion, sources of dispute within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and the continuing revelation of the teaching in both doctrine and myth.

The Wisdom of Buddhism

What is the Perfect Sambhogakaya? Let us take the illustration ofa lamp. Evenas
the light of a lamp can breakup darkness whichhas been there fora
thousandyears, so a spark of Wisdomcan do away withignorance which has
lastedfor ages.

The Wisdom of Buddhism

Author: Christmas Humphreys

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136773282

Page: 284

View: 594

A balanced selection from Buddhist writings, including scriptures used by the Zen School, with chapters on the Buddha, Tibetan Buddhism, Concentration and Meditation, the Buddhist Order, and Nirvana. With sources, glossary and index.