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The Mindfulness Survival Kit: Five Essential Practices
 
 

The Mindfulness Survival Kit: Five Essential Practices [Kindle Edition]

Thich Nhat Hanh
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The Five Mindfulness Trainings are the basic statement of ethics and morality in Buddhism. Thich Nhat Hanh calls these trainings a "diet for a mindful society," and discusses the insights and challenges of how these precepts can heal our personal lives and the life of our society. Referred to as the Wonderful Precepts — "protecting life, acting with generosity, responsible sexual behavior, deep speaking and listening, and avoiding substance abuse" — these teachings can contribute to the discussion on finding secular guidelines that will allow us to sustain a compassionate life together.

Introduction by Joan Halifax. Afterword by Jack Kornfield.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 269 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 210 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1937006344
  • Verlag: Parallax Press; Auflage: 2nd Revised edition (16. Dezember 2013)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00G1SRDNM
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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3.0 von 5 Sternen OK aber des Meisters wenig würdig 27. April 2014
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Kurz, prägnant, etwas platt und plakativ, mit erhobenem Moralfinger und wenig Tiefgang. Da gibt es Viel Besseres von diesem weisen, gütigen und zutiefst respektwürdigen Autor.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great read 24. März 2014
Von Sunny Ley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a very nice read up for the five essential practices. It's presented in a neat and tidy package, simple and unassuming. I love the way the five mindfulness training is made so accessible to anyone who's interested to know more about this practices. Definitely not something that's catered to only Buddhists. This is something anyone could easily pick up and make good use of.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent for mindfulness practices 22. Mai 2014
Von Emily Kwong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very practical for meditation. In particular, the discussion of applied ethnic from multiple perspectives
could help practitioners from different religous background - catholic, christians and buddism
to look more deeply into the ultimate direction of mindfulness practices.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Wonderful Book 21. April 2014
Von Kathy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a nice book to keep beside your bed for little reminder readings before you go to sleep. I love everything he has written, but this one is always out. He has a very clear way of describing mindfulness and guiding you toward it.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen No Thanks 28. März 2014
Von Bartleby (scrivner) - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've been trying to deal with the thought and teachings of TNH for two years now. Ijoined a local sangha, there's generally not much to offer around here in the way of Eastern religion, and I was seeking a like minded community and a place to practice meditation. But I have a number of objections to his teachings and "his," books although it's not clear who's writing them anymore,senior students maybe. And they're published one after the other and they're repetitive, cover the same material over and over, and I don't much see the point unless you want to postulate that it's done for revenue.
He's a nice old guy whose writings can be valuable but also contradictory. There's no question he's positing a view of life with values like peace, love,understanding, but it's suggesting that we kind of live in a bubble. Even though in many of life's circumstances you have to work very hard to avoid what's "negative," unless you, zombie like, decide to disregard or ignore it, so you can be "happy," (certainly some of this is not a bad idea, we live in such a nakedly corrupt, stupid, and violent world and culture). But I have a lot of trouble ignoring such things for instance, the social, corporate, and political ills in our country that are making people suffer. But his brand of, I want to call it, self hypnosis, (again some of this is OK and maybe necessary to survive in this world) invalidates some basic and very powerful emotions. Just don't have them? Accentuate the positive, even in the face of hostility, anger, evil, and immorality all around us. Really? So there's a lot of lockstep beating to the same drum among his followers, although they say, so does TNH, that you can accept or reject his teachings. That doesn't mean that you won't hear them over and over, and a lot of his ideology, although he says ideologies are bad. So a lot of what he says is philosophically contradictory. And I'm afraid you will be branded as negative and angry if you point this out to his followers. But what's the point? I don't think you're going to change anyone's mind, and what's the point of being heterodox to their orthodoxy and getting nowhere?
I prefer classical Zen that doesn't promise anything and puts most of it's emphasis on "Practice." TNH also delves into re-hashed therapy practices and, excuse me, simple minded practices, like saying affirmations while you breathe,that may work in a crisis, but is this kind of thing really going to change how you think or feel? He's also included a lot of "inner child" stuff something the substance abuse community fostered many years ago, and he's taken it up as some kind of crusade. I wish he'd stay out of psychology, it has it's place but not cross pollinated into Zen Buddhism. He refers to his teachings as "applied or engaged Buddhism." To me it's presented as some kind of miracle cure to our ills and problems with life, kind of like snake oil. An unfortunate, updated, and, I think, reduced version of the mystery, wonder, and taut paradoxical thinking of classical Zen. In fact the whole "mindfullness" industry these days is alive and well,transposed for the masses as something easily digestible, when it's not, it takes dedication and practice to make a society of householders who've been corrupted by Capitalism into peaceful devotees; I've grown to recoil at the term, it's too much like "marketing" "mindfullness."
What I disagree with the most is TNH's peace, love, and understanding agenda in the face of despotism, corruption, and terror. The sect of monks he belonged to in Vietnam couldn't think of anything else to do in the face of the ideological war that was tearing their country apart except to commit suicide, set themselves on fire, now what good did that do? It didn't change a thing. And frankly if someone or something has their heel on my neck I'd rather go down fighting than make a futile gesture like the TNH folks. Even Gandhi and Mandela knew that at some point you have to fight violence and terror with violence. The civil rights movement in this country would never have succeeded without the use of Govt. troops. Sometimes you have to use might against what is not right.
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