The Buddhist Path to Simplicity: Spiritual Practice for Everyday Lifeby Christina Feldman, Jack Kornfield (Foreword by)
In The Buddhist Path to Simplicity, Christina Feldman illuminates the subjects of compassion, intention, mindfulness and awakening as they affect us daily. The path to peace, she suggests, is not necessarily complex or arduous. If we simply turn our attention to this moment, it will speak to us of wonder, mystery, harmony and peace. Feldman demonstrates that there is no better time to awaken and discover everything our heart longs for than this very moment.
Christina Feldman is Co-founder and Guiding Teacher of Gaia House and has been leading Insight Meditation retreats since 1976. She is also Guiding Teacher of the Insight Meditation Society, Barre, Massachusetts. Christina is a member of the International Board of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship and is the author of Woman Awake, Quest of the Warrior Woman and The Way of Meditation, and co-author of Soul Food. She lives in Devon, England.
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This was a wonderful read for anyone who wanted to expand their knowledge of inner spiritual growth without being bombarded with a "conversion" or "we are right and they are wrong" kind of tone. I read this book over the course of several years, reading a chapter here and there, and soaked up all of the information I could get.
This book is an outstanding source of common sense advice for those of us who live in this world. All of us have something to learn from this title. How to be more in tune with our needs and wants and how to control them. The essence of being and the human soul. Simplicity on its 'simplest' terms, the source of it, and its application. Easy to read and understand this book flows into your mind with ease, it is basic knowledge any person of any faith should know.