Insights and Practices for Finding Sanctuary in Any Circumstance
When the difficulties and losses of life feel overwhelming, is there someplace we can turn for the safety, nurturing, and peace that we long for? Most of us are strongly conditioned to react with fear and confusion, falling back on strategies of judgment, control, addictive behaviors, and anger. Yet there is another way. “In any moment, no matter how lost we feel, we can take refuge in presence and love,” teaches Tara Brach. On Finding True Refuge, this renowned psychologist and meditation teacher offers you three sessions of spiritual teachings and practices for finding your way home to the inner sanctuary that is always available. Tara reveals how the three gateways of refuge-truth, love, and awareness-allow us to draw on our own deepest wisdom, and offers eight guided meditations that include:
When we seek comfort and relief from stress, Tara Brach teaches, we often unconsciously turn to false refuges such as material wealth, approval from others, or a preoccupation with the past and future. Yet by cultivating true refuge in this moment, we not only find reliable and trustworthy shelter from the storms of life, we also open ourselves up to fully experiencing joy and fulfillment. With Finding True Refuge, Tara brings you essential practices for awakening to the aliveness within you, and discovering that you can love this life - no matter what.
©2013 Tara Brach (P)2013 Tara Brach
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Tara Brach takes a compassionate but realistic view of ways to find true refuge in today's hectic world. Stress being the scourge of 21st century life livid in the fast lane of the super highway we need the wisdom and indeed the refuge outlined here. Thoroughly recommend it
Sensitive and insightful. Tara shares her deep wisdom with warmth and courage, bringing us closer to truth and love. Well-paced reading.
"Mindfulness and kindness"
Lovely meditations for hard moments in life. For use when you need to be kind to yourself and allow some compassion in.
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