[[ epub ]] When Things Fall Apart Author Pema Chödrön – Intimatenights.co.uk

When Things Fall Apart The Beautiful Practicality Of Her Teaching Has Made Pema Ch Dr N One Of The Most Beloved Of Contemporary American Spiritual Authors Among Buddhists And Non Buddhists Alike A Collection Of Talks She Gave Between 1987 And 1994, The Book Is A Treasury Of Wisdom For Going On Living When We Are Overcome By Pain And Difficulties Ch Dr N Discusses Using Painful Emotions To Cultivate Wisdom, Compassion, And Courage Communicating So As To Encourage Others To Open Up Rather Than Shut Down Practices For Reversing Habitual Patterns Methods For Working With Chaotic Situations Ways For Creating Effective Social Action


About the Author: Pema Chödrön

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10 thoughts on “When Things Fall Apart

  1. Kristy Kristy says:

    I read this book over and over again I LOVE her and her simple, straightforward way of talking about really deep spirituality What initially attracted me to this book is kind of a funny story actually, I was going through a rough breakup and happened to be wandering through the stacks at the ICPL I pulled t


  2. Kermit Kermit says:

    My therapist recommended this book when I was dealing with the end of my 11 yr relationship She introduced it to me saying that often, when things seems the darkest, it just means we on the verge of breakthrough I was like OK, that makes some sense Then it sat on my book shelf for 8 YEARS Then my roommate Anya read


  3. Nita Costello Nita Costello says:

    It was divine intervention that I found read this book I had just hurriedly packed a trailer full of stuff moved out of my house I was in a bad place I lost my job My marriage was a huge disaster And at age 30, I had to move in with my parents along with my son, 12 I was so wrecked, I often went into the bathroom to cry I


  4. Jenny (Reading Envy) Jenny (Reading Envy) says:

    This book has come up multiple times in conversation in the last year so I decided to get it from the library This will be a book I will buy to keep in my collection, to pull off the shelf and read bits of when I m having a rough time I actually wish I had it a couple of years ago when things really did fall apart for a while More


  5. David Peirce David Peirce says:

    Pema Chodron is one of the first Buddhist writers I found as I began to explore Buddhist philosophy, along with Tara Brach and Thich Nhat Hanh These are writers who understand the disconnection of Western culture She writes and talks primarily about dealing with both the subtle undercurrent of fear and the rushes of fear from turbulent ev


  6. Sienna Sienna says:

    This is the sort of book that enters your life precisely when you need it, when you re living the title and not much else Or,precisely, this is the sort of book you don t pick up until you need it when your husband hands you his copy, your mother extols the virtues of the author and your best friend nods sagely from the other side of the world be


  7. Psycho Psycho says:

    Quite possibly the most impacting book I have ever read in my life I picked this up when I thought things were going wonderfully I had no idea how muchthere was in life As I becomewholehearted in my journey of gentle honesty, it comes as quite a shock to realize how much I ve blinded myself to some of the ways I ve caused harm My style has been so ingrai


  8. Thomas Thomas says:

    A thought provoking book about embracing pain and approaching our struggles with openness and curiosity Similar to Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach, When Things Fall Apart encourages us to accept our fears to better understand them, instead of running away from our doubts or distracting ourselves in unhealthful ways As someone who has had his fair share of traum


  9. Ron Ron says:

    I was just finishing this book in September 2001 when the events of 9 11 turned the world upside down, and things truly fell apart There suddenly were all the vulnerable feelings that Pema Ch dr n encourages us to embrace fear, sorrow, loneliness, groundlessness And in the days of shock and grief that followed, there was that brief and abundant display of maitri, or lov


  10. Sondra Jones Sondra Jones says:

    In this book, Chodron calls us to an unconditional relationship with reality Here are two quotes that capture this book s essence for me When we are training in the art of peace, we are not given any promises that, because of our noble intentions, everything will be ok In fact, there are no promises of fruition at all Instead, we are encouraged to simply look deeply at joy and.


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