[PDF] ✩ How to Fight ✭ Thich Nhat Hanh – Liversite.co.uk

How to Fight Learn How To Relax The Bonds Of Anger, Attachment, And Delusion Through Mindfulness And Kindness Toward Ourselves And Others The Mindfulness Essentials Series Introduces Beginners And Reminds Seasoned Practitioners Of The Essentials Of Mindfulness Practice This Time Nhat Hanh Brings His Signature Clarity, Compassion, And Humor To The Ways We Act Out In Anger, Frustration, Despair, And Delusion In Brief Meditations Accompanied By Whimsical Sumi Ink Drawings, Thich Nhat Hanh Instructs Us Exactly How To Transform Our Craving And Confusion If We Learn To Take Good Care Of Our Suffering, We Can Help Others Do The Same How To Fight Is Pocket Sized With Two Color Original Artwork By California Artist Jason DeAntonis.


10 thoughts on “How to Fight

  1. says:

    I love these little books They are deceptively easy to read and have the sweetest illustrations This book has practical and easy to implement help with reconciliation and peace in our daily lives.


  2. says:

    Much like the others in this How To Series small book much wisdom.


  3. says:

    If you re new or not to Buddhist concepts, this little book is a great reminder on how to stay human when everyone around you does not I picked this up at Powell s at the Portland Airport and I m glad I did It s a quick little book read that carries some pretty heavily important concepts on how you...


  4. says:

    I need to re read this twice a day.


  5. says:

    Quick, easy read, but with information that can change your perspective This is a good one to read again and again.


  6. says:

    A short book meant to be read over and over again It is a great reminder to listen , talk less, and take care of yourself Easy enough, right


  7. says:

    How to Fight is a wonderfully positive book full of helpful outlooks and healthy attitudes I would recommend it to anyone interested in practical mindfulness.


  8. says:

    He s amazing Simple words with such power and meaning


  9. says:

    Great read Very short and full of down to earth wisdom This is a good book to just own and open up to a random page when you re wondering how to proceed on a difficult issue It inspired me to take a few healing actions with friends.


  10. says:

    If you recognize the author s name, you probably realize the title is a bit cheeky and that this isn t a manual on kung fu or self defense.Thich Nhat Hanh explains that the best way to fight is to not fight He positions fighting and violence war as the fruit of something else, and beckons us to look at the roots of that fruit On this premise he uses short pagelong essays to take the reader down all of Buddhism s basic ideas acknowledgement of suffering in ourselves and those we conside If you recognize the author s name, you probably realize the title is a bit cheeky and that this isn t a manual on kung fu or self defense.Thich Nhat Hanh explains that the best way to fight is to not fight He positions fighting and violence war as the fruit of something else, and beckons us to look at the roots of that fruit On this premise he uses short pagelong essays to take the reader down all of Buddhism s basic ideas acknowledgement of suffering in ourselves and those we consider our opponents, the role ignorance and mindfulness play in suffering, and how through mindfulness, acceptance, understanding and compassion we can starve the roots of suffering, thus the roots of fighting He never really goes into how to practice meditation, which is fine, and might be intentional although it seems like any reader who d been paying attention might want to learn how He does, however, include some interesting concepts like a Peace Treaty and Peace Note...


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