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This text offers a different perspective on taking care of our anger, by treating it as we would a crying baby. Filled with stories and techniques this book offers a look at transforming anger into peace in order to bring harmony and healing to all areas of our lives affected by this emotion.
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ISBN-13: 9780712611817
ISBN-10: 0712611819
Pagini: 240
Dimensiuni: 135 x 216 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.24 kg
Editura: Ebury Publishing
Locul publicării: United Kingdom



Consuming Anger
Putting Out the Fire of Anger
The Language of True Love
Compassionate Communication
Your Heart Sutra
No Enemies
David and Angelina: the Habit Energy of Anger
Embracing Anger With Mindfulness
Mindful Breathing
Restoring the Pure Land
Appendix A: Peace Treaty
Appendix B: The Five Mindfulness Trainings
Appendix C: Guided Meditations for Looking Deeply and Releasing Anger
Appendix D: Deep Relaxation


"Hanh doesn't limit his task to discussing anger between families and friends; he also deals with anger between citizens and governments. That expansive vision is not surprising (Hanh, after all, is a Nobel Peace Prize nominee) but it is refreshing, lifting this book out of the self-absorbed, self-help pile."—Publishers Weekly

"Reminding us that small spiritual matters are really large spiritual matters, the author offers wisdom and serenity to comfort readers as they work through anger to a place of 'being peace.'"—Library Journal