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Mindfulness Practices & spiritual awakening

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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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Beyond Mindfulness: The Direct Approach to Lasting Peace, Happiness, and Love

Happiness is your birthright, your natural state. Beneath all the frightening or depressing stories you tell yourself lies a deeper level of intrinsic peace and well-being.

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Buddha’s Heart: Meditation Practice for Developing Well-Being, Love, and Empathy

With Buddha’s Heart, senior meditation teacher Stephen Snyder reveals an original and clear path to the powerful brahmavihāras. These practices offer rich, soothing support for the soul and a portal to spiritual awakening and deepening self-realization.

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The Way of Effortless Mindfulness: A Revolutionary Guide for Living an Awakened Life

What if you could open into a natural flow of wisdom, compassion, and joy in any moment? According to renowned meditation teacher Loch Kelly, this possibility is closer than you think.

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Venerable Bhikkhu Analayo on the Satipatthana Sutta in Conversation with Phillip Moffitt

In April 2015 Venerable Bhikkhu Analayo — renowned German Buddhist monk, scholar, author, and teacher — led an 11-day meditation retreat for advanced practitioners at Spirit Rock centered around his comparative studies of the canonical versions of the Satipatthana Sutta (the Buddha's Four Foundations...

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David Sheff Follows the Buddhist Journey of a San Quentin Inmate in Latest Book

Like a lot of people with newfound interest in Buddhist meditation, Jarvis Jay Masters struggled at first to sit still and quiet his mind.

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