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The Buddha's Guide to Gratitude: The Life-changing Power of Everyday Mindfulness (English Edition) eBook Kindle
As it turns out, Buddha had quite a lot to say on the subject of gratitude, including citing it as one of the four keys to the Gate of Heaven. Studies show?and experts counsel?that gratitude is a key component of our happiness. People who are grateful about events and experiences from the past, who celebrate triumphs instead of focusing on losses or disappointments, tend to be more satisfied. Gratitude can help us transform our fears into courage, our anger into forgiveness, our isolation into belonging, and another’s pain into healing. Even in the midst of over-busyness, stress, and chaos, we can find plenty to be glad about, and this book will start your journey towards Zen and gratefulness.
The Buddha’s Guide to Gratitude provides you with positive thinking “power tools” that will help you build a more grateful life, including:
- Mindful meditations
- Hands-on exercises
- Profound practices
- Inspiring quotations
- Space for notetaking and journaling
- Thought-provoking questions
“This book will bring you peace of mind and a happy heart.” —Elise Collins, author of Chakra Tonics
“Practicing gratitude is like taking your vitamins?you don’t just take them when you’re sick; you also have to take them to stay healthy.” —Louise Baxter Harmon, author of Happiness A-Z
“The most magnetic trait of all time is gratitude! Want to transform your outlook and your life, read and enjoy The Buddha’s Guide to Gratitude.” —Susannah Seton, author of Simple Pleasures
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Becca Anderson is a writer, gardener and teacher living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Originally from Ohio, Becca's background in sustainability and landscaping inspired her to become a part of the seed-saving and seed-sharing community with chapters across the US and Canada. Becca Anderson credits her first grade teacher as a great inspiration and runs several popular classes and workshops including "How to Put Your Passion on Paper." Anderson is currently at work on a book about the healing power of gardening.
His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, was born in 1935 to a peasant family in northeastern Tibet and was recognized at the age of two as the reincarnation of his predecessor, the Thirteenth Dalai Lama. The world's foremost Buddhist leader, he travels extensively, speaking eloquently in favor of ecumenical understanding, kindness and compassion, respect for the environment, and, above all, world peace. --Este texto se refere à uma edição alternativa kindle_edition
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- ASIN : B08RWJ4LK4
- Editora : Mango Media (15 agosto 2019)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Tamanho do arquivo : 2728 KB
- Leitura de texto : Habilitado
- Leitor de tela : Compatível
- Configuração de fonte : Habilitado
- X-Ray : Não habilitado
- Dicas de vocabulário : Habilitado
- Número de páginas : 138 páginas
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If you want a book about Buddhist teaching on gratitude - this isn't it.
The so-called forword from the Delai Lama is simply a reproduction of one of his most quoted sayings. There is no evidence he even knows this book exists let alone that he specifically wrote the foreword for it.
On the first page of the introduction the author claims that the Buddha spoke of gratitude as one of the 4 keys to the Gate of Heaven. I wanted to know more: an extensive search of the internet turned up nothing.
What follows is not an exploration of buddhist teaching on gratitude but a populist book on gratitude as part of mindfulness. Quotes from the Buddha (or buddhist teachers) being outnumbered by quotes from Jim Carrey, Richard Gere and others.
This book would be ok if it dropped its reference to Buddha on the cover and just went with its subtitle: The Life-changing power of everyday mindfulness. As it stands it is just misleading and its claim to have a forward by the Delai Lama is crass commercialism and fails to live up to the buddhist quality of right speech.