The Joy of Living has ratings and reviews. Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche’s first book weaves together scientific knowledge of mind with Tibetan. A New York Times Bestseller! An illuminating perspective on the science of meditation—and a handbook for transforming our minds, bodies, and lives. The Joy of Living by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche. likes · 21 talking about this. ‘ There is real wisdom here. Fresh and clear Read this book’ Richard Gere.
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This book make you feel that anything is possible and without striving jou much. Jon Kabat-Zinn Narrated by: His voice is generous, intimate, and refreshingly personal. The Joy of Living is a path of meditation practice that can be followed by anyone, regardless of livibg or cultural orientation.
Hardcoverpages. Liiving did not realize this was abridged. It’s very traditional but adapted to help those of us who live in a culture of distraction. Mingyur Rinpoche is most unusual for many reasons, starting with his youth b. It also teaches you a few tips how to do meditation also some words to say while meditating. Keep track about your location and region based on your IP number Analytics: Now, he could have stopped there.
His best-selling book, The Joy of Living: Even though, I am content with the current meditative techniques I am using, I appreciated his emphasis on shifting back and forth between object and object-less awareness throughout meditation for both practical and insightful reasons. It offers step-by-step instructions that will benefit those new to meditation and inspire those who have an existing practice. Remember your login details Functionality: Admittedly, from about a quarter of the way through the book to half way was really difficult for me to get through.
Dec 02, Alejandra Cardenas rated it jingyur was amazing. He has also worked with physicists across the country to develop a fresh, scientifically based interpretation of the Buddhist understanding of the nature of reality. Unfortunately this audio version is severly abridged.
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His optimism and gentleness make this book an excellent companion to his teaching, which I am confident is fruitful ot his students. Mingyar presents a very accessible set of instructions and insights written modern language with examples that most of us can relate to.
With The Jewel Tree of Tibethonored scholar and teacher Robert Thurman brings these insights to you as they were meant to be transmitted, through the spoken word. Using the basic kf practices he provides, we can discover paths through everyday problems, transforming obstacles into opportunities to recognize the unlimited potential of our own minds. The Four Noble Truths 1. The causes of suffering can be extinguished.
Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. I recommend it to everyone, and have read through it multiple times in the miingyur since I first received it from my dad.
With a foreword by bestselling mintyur Daniel Goleman, The Joy of Living is a stunning breakthrough, an illuminating vision of the science of Buddhism and a handbook for transforming our minds, bodies, and lives. This book provides the best I’ve seen.
His first book, The Joy of Living: It’s incredible how close the Buddhist thoughts about the mind from thousands of years ago and recent discoveries by Western scientists compare, and this should be the selling point for anyone skeptical of meditation. I thought this book was very insightful and so helpful to open my eyes to the power of meditation.
Dec 23, Sarah Anne Grossman rated it did not like it. Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche’s first book weaves together scientific knowledge of mind with Tibetan Buddhist psychology as well as his own personal experiences practicing and teaching meditation for many years.
Mar 30, Laserone rated it it was amazing Shelves: Can get a bit repetitive towards the end but great ideas.
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The idea of meditating in shorter bursts; the notion of just relaxing your mind instead of straining for focus ; the making contemporary of ancient teachings – all of it made Buddhist teachings and meditation practice more vivid for me. We’ll hang out in silence for a while together. Brilliant book I have read and listened to this book and even given a copy to my children and some friends. Click the “Change settings” button to decide which cookies you want to allow. Nothing too ritual and complicated, but generally the importance of sitting and the different meditation techniques.
The read is natural, well-paced, and unaffected. At an early age, he began a series of informal discussions with the famed neuroscientist Francisco Varela, who came to Nepal to learn meditation from his father, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche.
The Joy of Living : Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche :
In this groundbreaking book, world-renowned Buddhist teacher Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche invites us to join him in unlocking the secrets behind the practice of meditation.
This book is split into two parts. While the portion about physics was also interesting, it was pretty superfluous. Usually, we are exposed to books about meditation either by western authors who basically turn everything into a neat, little commoditized packages, ready to be consumed by clients, or it is by eastern gurus that are fake and just are trying to sell their wares to a western community. The Joy of Living is a book on meditation that explains how it can help you achieve happiness and also why it works, according to modern science.
In this six-week course, we will learn how to transform all experiences, even difficult thoughts and emotions, into sources of joy. He has also worked with physicists across the country to develop a fresh, scientifically based interpretation of the Buddhist understanding of the nature of reality.
Also, the fact that Yongey in a few years after this book suddenly leaves his monastery and everything he has behind, and lives four years as a wandering yogi, makes me like him more.