Moments of peace and stillness give us a glimpse of how extraordinary our lives could be. Yet this sense of meaning and wonder is so easy to lose sight of in the hectic pace of modern living. In The Buddhist Path to Simplicity, Christina Feldman, an internationally renowned Buddhist teacher, shows you how to find harmony and balance by applying ancient Buddhist Wisdom to the here and now. The path of conscious simplicity she suggests allows us to fully recover ourselves, by rediscovering our sense of meaning and wonder.
As a mother, a layperson and an internationally renowned teacher, Feldman knows the stresses and strains of modern life. In this book she shows how to harmonize and achieve balance and how to apply Buddhist wisdom to the here and now. She addresses subjects of compassion, speech, effort, intention, mindfulness and awakening. The path to peace, she suggests, is not necessarily complex or arduous. If we simply turn our attention to this moment, it will speak to us of wonder, mystery, harmony and peace. She demonstrates that there is no better moment in which to awaken and discover everything our heart longs for than this very moment.
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‘The Buddhist Path to Simplicity reminds us that our day-to-day life is the very ground of our spiritual practice. With a depth of compassion and wisdom born of her years of practice, Christina Feldman offers an integrated approach to awakening.’
SHARON SALZBERG, author of Lovingkindness
‘A wonderfully clear guide to simplicity and ease of being. Highly recommended.’
JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN, author of Insight Meditation
With a foreword by Jack Kornfield (the author of the bestselling A Path With Heart and After the Ecstasy, The Laundry) and endorsements from key teachers in the US and abroad, this book is set to receive strong media coverage in the specialist press in the US–Tricycle, New Age Journal, and countless other magazines) and here in the UK Cadueceus and Kindred Spirit.
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