Trăind pe deplin regăsind fericirea cu fiecare

Trăind pe deplin regăsind fericirea cu fiecare


Trăind pe deplin regăsind fericirea cu fiecare respirație ❴PDF / Epub❵ ★ Trăind pe deplin regăsind fericirea cu fiecare respirație Author Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Eseurile din această carte sunt asemenea diamantelor prin precizia și claritatea lor Scrise cu o înțelegere plină de compasiune a conflictelor interioare și a contradicțiilor umane ele sunt con Eseurile deplin regăsind fericirea cu Kindle - din această carte sunt asemenea diamantelor prin deplin regăsind PDF Ç precizia și claritatea lor Scrise cu o înțelegere plină de compasiune a conflictelor interioare și a contradicțiilor umane ele sunt condensate în raport cu complexitatea experienței umane căreia i se adresează„Trăind pe deplin” este un cufăr plin cu nestemate ce recompensează pe cei care Trăind pe Epub / se află în căutarea unei experiențe de viață mai profunde Rinpoche ne ghidează pașii pe calea ce ne permite trecerea de la ignoranță și iluzie la „libertatea perfectă”.

  • Paperback
  • 294 pages
  • Trăind pe deplin regăsind fericirea cu fiecare respirație
  • Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche
  • Romanian
  • 15 May 2016

8 thoughts on “Trăind pe deplin regăsind fericirea cu fiecare respirație

  1. Peter Clothier Peter Clothier says:

    A good book for me is one that tells me about my humanity and the humanity of others It helps me to become fully human A pebble in the pond it causes ripples everywhere No matter whether it be fiction or non fiction poetry or prose a good book changes everything So I like to believe What a joy for me to receive an email this morning about Mind Work A magic manual for seeing yourself in everyone and everyone in you I could find no greater compliment for HE Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche's Living Fully Finding Joy in Every BreathHad I read one chapter only of this book I would have been amply rewarded Reading Rinpoche's passage on Honesty I found myself nodding in enthusiastic agreement it articulated with precision and clarity exactly what I believe the most important human work to be about both the internal work of self examination and the external work of being in the world Read thisFrom an unenlightened perspective the ego or self is what we believe to exist as an unchanging independent and separate entity The notion of self is merely imputed upon a ceaseless continuum of thoughts feeling and perceptions A careful examination of the self reveals itself only to be a mistaken construct If we thoroughly investigate this self we find that it is temporary and does not exist in any substantial way Nevertheless we have a hard time accepting this The self is continually trying to proclaim a distinct identity separate from the rest of the universe like an unruly child who insists on being the center of attentionThat's my ego an unruly child demanding attention I don't know about yours but I suspect it might well be something similar The task is to observe its actions critically to disarm its fantasies with kind insistence and substitute them with reality and to see this small self in the great perspective of the universe It's a day by day sometimes painful always challenging though often simply mundane activity Honesty Rinpoche adds means living without fabrication pretense or foolishness; and true honesty also means experiencing each moment completely When you are dishonest you miss the present moment because you are lost in thoughts of the past or futureThe central argument of Rinpoche's book as I understand it is that we are born with an innate intelligence an inner radiance a potential for unencumbered freedom and happiness that we are able to achieve only by learning to dispel our ignorance and enjoy a truly wholesome way of living His passages are short I happen to love brevity why use six hundred words when you can say it all elegantly in half that number? and easily readable No obfuscation here; just clarity If we'll be guided Rinpoche walks us through the steps that make it possible to move from ignorance and delusion to perfect freedomThe essays in Living Fully may be diamond like in their precision and clarity; they are also dense with the complexities of human experience and with a compassionate understanding of our human conflicts and contradictions Some may find it easy to read cover to cover following the path that Rinpoche lays out I do not There's simply too much there My preference has been to treat the essays as a slow read not even necessarily in seuence picking out passages that call to me here and there putting the book down and returning to it when I'm ready Generously the book allows for the slow read and the slow learnerLiving Fully is a treasure chest that yields rich rewards for those in search of a profound experience in their lives It's one of those books I wish everyone would read and pay attention to

  2. Tanya McGinnity Tanya McGinnity says:

    It may sound strange to describe it as such but this book is like a great selection of short fast punk rock songs No need to go off into heavy long guitar solos Time to just get to it Get in and get out Living Fully does just that It’s a collection of many short chapters that together give a full soundtrack to what it is to be human and how to discover how best to navigate this reality we find ourselves inuite a bit of terrain is covered in this book but don’t be fooled it is a deep read and does cover every aspect of human existence Ambitious yes but Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche has successfully achieved this with this book in my opinion The writing is clear and concise and grounded very much in Tibetan Buddhism as well as the full experience of being human – every nook and crannyThe concept of freedom is referred to uite often within the pages of “Living Fully” as the essence of this book is about how to experience each moment of our lives and be present The topics covered within its pages primarily relate to the theme of how to break through confusion and how to find freedom from suffering and provides instructions on what ualities we can cultivate to help us on the path and in turn live a good lifeSuggestions such as examining our intentions thinking of how to be of benefit and working with our minds by using meditation and mindfulness are referred to regularly in “Living Fully” A large part of the book speaks to how meditation helps to reveal wisdom and serves as a buffer against the challenges that can arise in our livesConcepts core to Buddhist thought such as the nature of change and impermanence obstacles antidotes karma self liberation non duality attachments and specifically as the title would suggest the power that comes from realization around our precious human birth and the need to act now are all explored within the book Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche also spends some time expressing how important it is for one to have a teacher in one’s life and how this relationship can help us on our spiritual path The concept that the teacher is always available to us 247 is also explored as well as how we ourselves are our best teachers in guiding ourselves along the way since at the end of the day nobody can do the work for us but ourselvesThe final chapter of the book comes from a uestion and Answer session with Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche and mainly focuses on the topics of love work and life in our present age This section alone was uite nourishing for me as it related much to topics that I’m currently focused on such as how to balance my attachment to technology with my desire to share and connect with others as well as how to function in the material world but be free“Living Fully Finding Joy in Every Breath” is one of those valuable books that can be picked up and referred to at any point as any chapter that you turn to will provide you with insight Regardless of how far along in practice and study a student is engaged on the path Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche has written a book that deepens the core principles of how to be present in every moment and makes that possibility less daunting

  3. A.B. McFarland A.B. McFarland says:

    I started reading this book after concluding the chapter on the Diamond Sutra in Thich Nhat Hanh's Awakening of the Heart and thought Wow this book seems so light and fluffy in comparison with the Diamond Sutra When I got to chapter 7 Facing Obstacles and Obscurations it seemed to get a bit interesting and useful for me Sometimes I found his words thought provoking For exampleWe may assume that a financial crisis or broken relationship is the cause of our fear and insecurity In truth we are fearful when we do not recognize the indestructible uality of our true nature This essence is unborn and undying and it is naturally fearless p 231I admit I grew tired of all the we and you statements especially when they seemed disconnected from any understanding of how life is for many of us Westerners For example When you see the preciousness of human life you will not feel that your point of view is superior You will be considerate and understanding p 241 In a number of places he writes like this as if it's all so easy but for many of us it's just not We have decades of self hating baggage to overcome co workers who expect us to get tipsy with them every Friday and pages of snarky Facebook postings to sift through every day in order to remain connected to the people we know None of these things is conducive to the simply snap your fingers know this wisdom and your life will magically improve approach I sense the author having in much of this book There's so much actual work that we need to do to overcome all the crap in our lives and actually Live Fully I would have appreciated a bit practical hands on guidance in that area But as the author points out you need a teacher and I guess the teacher is the one to help you with a personalized approach to practiceIt would have been only 3 stars but I gave 4 stars because this author finally was the one to help me understand that famous uote of Padmasambhava's Even if your view is as high as the sky your observance of the behavior should be as fine as flour To paraphrase my understanding this means Even though you aim for a mindset which recognizes all things are intangibleempty and there are no actual merits to gather you should still recognize the interdependence of all things in the relative world and act with generosity discipline patience and diligence and meditate So function in the relative world while maintaining the view of the ultimate nature of all things

  4. Zen Nana Zen Nana says:

    Compiled from Rinpoche’s teachings this collection of thought provoking and inspiring lessons is formatted in sections of short entries that can be studied one at a time a topical section at a time or all the way through Rinpoche who has followed the spiritual path of Buddhism from childhood opens his introduction with the humble assertion that “the message is far important than the messenger” and duly steps aside to illuminate the message that the practices of kindness compassion and understanding create a joyful life Stressing the importance of a good teacher Rinpoche provides plenty of instruction for those without the benefit of a master’s presence in their daily lives There is abundant food for thought here but also guidance for getting thought desire and judgments out of the way of spiritual truth and awakening Rinpoche exemplifies his message here with great compassion for his readers and their struggles with human nature and experience His metaphor of the lotus flower rooted in mud while growing into clean perfection is deeply moving and inspirational His simple core theme to “aspire to be the most understanding person on this earth” seems attainable while not unrealistically easy here The purpose of meditation and other practices becomes crystal clear through Rinpoche’s explanationsThis is one of those books I read with a highlighter in hand and plan to read again choosing entries and sections to focus on for thought meditation and discussion While there are many “things to do before you die” books around this one reminds us that awareness of our mortality can offer the key to a life spent meaningfully mindfully and in short fullyMaybe it’s time to put enlightenment on all our bucket lists

  5. Steve Steve says:

    Shyalpa Tenzin Rinpoche is trained in the 4 main Tibetan Buddhist traditions His root guru Kyabje Chatral Rinpoche was a Dzogchen teacher and is also my my order's Triratna refuge tree of inspiration On his website he says he's American than Tibetan He has a retreat center in upstate New York in MillertonThis book is a tour de force of teachings that basically hammer away at the idea that life is precious and to make the most of it you will meditate and be compassion It has a good dose of common sense and page notes and a glossary at the end plus an interview I recognize many of the teachings including the idea of being humble and putting thought into action I got a review copy and I have to say I was skeptical; Another Tibetan pumped out a book This is a very inspirational book If I were not spread so thin I'd try and go on a retreat with him Seems like a genuine teacher I would recommend it for a beginner or intermediate student who has an interest in an inspiring book without much academic fuss I think that's my one criticism I thought he should have put in footnotes including references to Milarepa and others There were page notes that clarified things but he didn't attribute his teachings to where they originated fromTo end I'll include a prayer he wrote that I really liked May I act with pure motivationMay I part from selfish waysMay I bring Joy and happiness to othersMay I free them from pain and sorrowMay I have a big and open heartThat encompasses the whole world

  6. Andy Lambert Andy Lambert says:

    It's a good book for the beginner or the non Buddhist I think most folks who are already Zen Practitioners will find the material fairly standard and pedestrian This is not to say it is bad It's uite good and it might be just the book for you I thought it was good but it didn't speak to me in the way that Zen Flesh Zen Bones or Opening the Hand of Thought did

  7. Jonathan Bracker Jonathan Bracker says:

    I have reread this book often for its simplicity clarity encouragement and techniues It is inspiring and I recommend it to anyone who wants to discover Life before Death It really is a gem one of the finest Buddhistic commentaries I have ever read though you do not have to be interested in Buddhism to profit from it A superb book one of a kind

  8. Amy Amy says:

    The hard cover edition of this book was given to me by my cousin Richard I have now read it through twice one section a day after my meditation time A great resource for healthy living and for the practice of meditation

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