The Ten Commandments give us impeccable rules for how to behave. But they don't say much about the inner awareness from which our outer behavior springs. This leaves the field open for The Zen Commandments: Ten Suggestions for a Life of Total Freedom. These aren't more carved-in-stone commandments, but practical suggestions for unfolding your experience of inner freedom. That way, effective, compassionate behavior can arise naturally from your growing sense of peace, happiness, and balance. And when you feel good, you'll find that those good feelings overflow spontaneously into doing good. In this life-changing program, Dean Sluyter integrates East and West, ancient and modern, finding potent spiritual teachings in Zen Stories, the Bible, and Tibetan meditation techniques, as well as American movies and pop songs. You'll discover how to:
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The author assumes basic meditation skills by the reader and provides suggestions for focused topics for mindfulness considerations. The topics are familiar and helpful.
These topics provide helpful concepts to focus on in the development of a pleasant rewarding life. Application of the concepts should be rewarding and satisfying.
Overall, I anticipate applying the concepts. The book is helpful.
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