According to author Ken McLeod, Pema Chodron is basing workshops and podcasts on the original text of 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva. Ken’s translation of this ancient text makes this book accessible and relevant to our daily lives.
Treat yourself to an ORIGINAL HARDCOVER copy with colour dust jacket. We bought these directly from Ken McLeod.
The reader is challenged to engage various scenarios, and consider how compassion, clarity, presence and balance could take expression in his or her life.
This popular Tibetan teaching becomes accessible to Westerners, by using simple, clear language and methods that elicit direct experience in the practitioner.
“Anyone can sit on a meditation cushion and learn how to watch the breath, quiet the mind (and feel good), but learning how be awake and present in your life when all hell is breaking loose around you is another matter. Ken teaches a very simple, direct way to do that without withdrawing, overreacting or trying to cover up the mess of our lives. It’s not a method, it’s a way of life.” Susan, Ontario, Canada