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Lions Roar : July 2010
((Yhích Nhat the voíce 0 -SOGYA 1 he past 1S memory 1 he tutur our lives in those two realms, ig the moment right here before u simple it is to keep the present using practices for cultivating breathing, of walking, of deep Ii Receive a free c your purchas A 6 - hour aud10 program ot teach1ngs and pract1ces that show how to uproot the false beliefs that cause us to suffer and replace them with an infinitely more beneficial reality Perna draws on five Tibetan Buddhist aphorisms to frame this teaching on learning bravery, open-heartedness, generosity and the ability to face any situation with curiosity rather than fear. F ear of ourselves, says Chögyam Trungpa, is what keeps us trapped in cycles of suffering. He teaches how to see through this most basic fear to discover the bravery at the core of our being. "The teachings presented in this book are transformational. I strongly recommend it to all those seeking awakening and freedom." - Perna Chödrön