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Pema Chodron's Compassion Cards : Teachings for Awakening the Heart in Everyday Life

Baker & Taylor

Pema Chodron's Compassion Cards : Teachings for Awakening the Heart in Everyday Life

$16.95
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59 beautifully designed cards on the classic Buddhist practice of lojong for everyday inspiration and contemplation--with instructive commentaries by Pema Ch_dr_n to make the teachings accessible and applicable to contemporary life.


åÊåÊåÊåÊåÊOriginally appearing in The Compassion Box, the lojong cards featured in this boxed set have been used and cherished by many Buddhist practitioners and spiritual seekers of all sorts for years. Now these popular cards are available in a stand-alone format, priced to appeal to gift givers and impulse buyers. Lojong is a classic set of Buddhist teachings or slogans from the Tibetan tradition for cultivating positive qualities in one's life, such as compassion, fearlessness, altruism, and happiness. And interest in this practice has been growing--originally popularized in the West with such books as Training the Mind and Cultivating Loving-Kindness and Start Where You Are. In this card set, Pema's commentaries on the reverse of each card offer her uniquely accessible insights on how to make the teachings really workable in one's life. It will make for a perfect gift to anyone seeking spiritual inspiration, both Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike.