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Thubten Chodron on mindfulness practices

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Working with Anger

Anger plagues all of us on a personal, national, and international level. Yet we see people, such as the Dalai Lama, who have faced circumstances far worse than many of us have faced—including exile, persecution, and the loss of many loved ones—but who do not burn with rage or seek revenge.

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Awaken Every Day: 365 Buddhist Reflections to Invite Mindfulness and Joy

Awaken Every Day shares a quick dose of everyday wisdom, encouraging us to understand the true causes of our suffering and the paths to freedom. These insightful reflections help us understand our minds, our connections to our communities, and how to become the people we aspire to be.

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How to See Yourself As You Really Are

Venerable Thubten Chodron gives an overview of why we would want to learn about emptiness and teaches on the emptiness of persons and phenomena.

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Taming the Mind

We all wish to gain greater understanding of ourselves. This ideal follow-up to the author's extremely popular Buddhism for Beginners explains in clear and simple language the essence of Buddhist philosophy and psychology together with practical tools for immediate implementation in our daily lives.

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Guided Buddhist Meditations: Essential Practices on the Stages of the Path

The Stages of the Path, or lamrim, presentation of Buddhist teachings (a step-by-step method to tame the mind) is a core topic of Buddhist study. The lamrim meditations remind us that the process of transforming the mind, unlike so much of our frantic modern society, is a slow and thoughtful one.

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Good Karma: How to Create the Causes of Happiness and Avoid the Causes of Suffering

Lojong, or “mind-training,” is a practice that has gained astonishing popularly in recent years—because it works in transforming hearts and minds.

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The Compassionate Kitchen: Buddhist Practices for Eating with Mindfulness and Gratitude

Every aspect of our daily activities can be a part of spiritual practice if done with compassion—and this compact guide offers wisdom from the Buddhist tradition on how eating mindfully can nourish the mind as well as the body.

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Transforming Adversity into Joy and Courage: An Explanation of the Thirty-Seven Practices of Bodhisattvas

A practical and inspiring guide for developing our ability to be happy and benefit others this commentary on The Thirty-Seven Practices of Bodhisattvas by Gyalsay Togme Sangpo is studied by followers of all schools of Tibetan Buddhism.

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An Open-Hearted Life: Transformative Methods for Compassionate Living from a Clinical Psychologist and a Buddhist Nun

A life overflowing with compassion.

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