{read online Best} A Path with Heart: A Guide Through the Perils and Promises of Spiritual Life Author Jack Kornfield – Intimatenights.co.uk

A Path with Heart: A Guide Through the Perils and Promises of Spiritual Life A Guide To Reconciling Buddhist Spirituality With The American Way Of Life Addresses The Challenges Of Spiritual Living In The Modern World And Offers Guidance For Bringing A Sense Of The Sacred To Everyday Experience

10 thoughts on “A Path with Heart: A Guide Through the Perils and Promises of Spiritual Life

  1. Craig Shoemake Craig Shoemake says:

    I can sincerely say this is an excellent book but that it is not the correct book for me at this time Books tend to be time sensitive documents, meaning if you read one at the right time, it can light fireworks under your butt, while if

  2. Helynne Helynne says:

    I really like books about meditation, and I think the amazingly prolific Jack Kornfield, an American psychologist Ph.D in clinical psych , former Buddhist monk in Thailand, Burma and India, and now a husband, father, teacher, and popular lectu

  3. Lisa Lisa says:

    Have read it 3 times Takes me to a beautiful place everytime.

  4. Myridian Myridian says:

    This is a Kornfield s attempt at a general guide book to Buddhist spiritual inquiry It makes an attempt to draw parallels between Buddhism and other spiritual traditions, but in general it s intended audience is practicing Buddhists with some familiarity

  5. Lauren Lauren says:

    Found at the laundry room free shelf at the apartment where I m staying in Vancouver

  6. Sidney Luckett Sidney Luckett says:

    Buddhism has many strands As the original teachings of Buddha through North India, South India, Tibet, Sri Lanka, Burma, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Japan it took on flavors of the local contexts and thus different forms of Buddhism emerged It s arrival in North Americ

  7. Ben Batchelder Ben Batchelder says:

    One of my spiritual advisors recommended this book, which makes me wonder if she wanted me to feel eventhe spiritual midget than I am While it is full of entertaining quotes e.g People with opinions just go around bothering one another says Buddha and genuine, if therapeut

  8. Nick Nick says:

    It is a fairly basic book if you already have some detailed knowledge of particularly western Buddhism However it goes over the basic forms of meditation, with a focus on heart compassion centric meditation The walkthrough it gives on how to actually do that meditation is better

  9. Sian Lile-Pastore Sian Lile-Pastore says:

    This took me a long time to read as its so big and so dense I really loved it tho wise, kind and full of love, there was so much in here to write down, re read and revisit It s a book about spiritual practice, but it s also about how you take that practice into the world and how you r

  10. Jim Jim says:

    I ve been reading this book for a long time I read a chapter, put it down Pick it up months later Not because it is bad or poorly written it s not It s just something I do with some books I have learned from itand I m sure I will learnin the future.

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