When we break free from the habits that limit us, a new world of possibilities opens up. In Let Go, Martine Batchelor leads the way there. Negative patterns of . Let Go by Martine Batchelor – When we break free from the habits that limit us, a new world of possibilities opens up. In Let Go, Martine Batchelor leads the way. Learn how to break some bad habits with author and teacher Martine Batchelor. Meditation can help, unless, of course, your bad habit is to avoid the hard work.
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Let Go aims at understanding what really lies at the root of these behaviors so we can reclaim control. Her latest book is The Spirit of the Buddha. March 11, at 7: They are both such good value. I had tried the who am I before and it just made the thoughts go round in round in circles for me. This slim text is all of that! A Buddhist guide to Breaking Free of Habits. Sometimes did not want to do. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today!
I will offer it eagerly to friends and patients alike. Wisdom Publications June Length: I watched an on line “retreat” with her on Tricycle.
Let Go: A Buddhist Guide to Breaking Free of Habits by Martine Batchelor
Weekly Practice 5 Aggregates: I’ve used this book for my own personal development with managing my daydreaming; to help teach addicts and people with personality disorders how to manage their impulsive behaviors and schizophrenics to mitigate the effects of their paranoid and obsessive thoughts; and even to write an officiant’s wedding ceremony speech about the meaning and development of real love.
You must be logged in to post a comment. Each chapter concludes with an exercise or guided meditation as a tool for the reader to work with negative habits in new and creative ways. Nikki rated it it was amazing Dec 21, Maisa rated it really liked it Dec 03, D rated it really liked it Mar 28, Thank you for this episode; Thank for asking the pertinant questions Thank you for the gentle mindful dialogue. Preview — Let Go by Martine Batchelor.
Trung Thieu rated it it was amazing Sep 04, This is a beautiful book that can help shape growth with every separate reading. Sign up and get a free eBook! To keep my mind heart open to be able to change the method of meditation according to my daily schedule.
Published June 27th by Wisdom Publications first published January 1st Phil Dickinson rated it really liked it Jun 05, She recommended reading her book for a deeper understanding so I picked it up. Aug 02, Lisa rated it really liked it.
Let Go: A Buddhist Guide to Breaking Free of Habits
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This book has helped me immensely seeing through my habits and has added peace to my tumultuous life. Annette rated it liked it Sep 24, February 4, at 8: Open Preview See a Problem? Aug 29, Mondo rated it really liked it. Oct 24, Harley rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was always so ridgid about the meditation before, only sitting up, only in sacred area, blah blah eactly an hour and yes I can see it had a value creating a self discipline and it established a silent reference point.
Each chapter concludes with an exercise or guided meditation as a tool for the reader to work with negative habits in new and creative ways. Michael Bratton rated it really liked it Jan 15, Let Go aims at understanding what really lies at the root o When we break free from the habits that limit us, a new world of possibilities opens up.
Helpful exercises and guided meditations – designed to build understanding of our negative habits, as well as the confidence and skill needed to instead embrace our greatest qualities – appear throughout the book.
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I got so much from this; questions that I had been asking in the past; how I after so many years of practice there was so little change in my negative emotional reactions; especially when the situation was challenging.
I started the book when I was on a verge of breakdown and facing one of the worst crises of my life.