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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Erin rated it it was amazing Feb 01, I particularly liked the exercises at the end of chapters. Aug 29, Mondo rated it really liked it. I had tried the who am I before and it just made the thoughts go round in round in circles for me.
September 7, at 2: To keep my mind heart open to be able to change the method of meditation goo to my daily schedule.
Let Go: A Buddhist Guide to Breaking Free of Habits by Martine Batchelor
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I like what she has to say about grasping versus releasing and creative engagement. She was also involved in interfaith dialogue and was a Trustee of the International Sacred Literature Trust until Pippa rated it really liked it Mar 05, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
This slim text is all of that! Nice basic practices, in Martine’s charming style.
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Amazingly, these diverse areas are all illuminated in a meaningful way. I really like Martine Batchelor’s work; always direct, simple, and profound.
Let Go: A Buddhist Guide to Breaking Free of Habits
Michelle Andrews rated it really liked it Apr 14, Who could not use help breaking free of habits and addiction? It’s a marvelous guide to a habit-free life for Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike, so if you are looking for the perfect gift for a friend in need, this is it.
I’ve had to buy this book multiple time already This is a beautiful book that can help shape growth with every separate reading. Aug 02, Lisa rated it really liked it. You just need to want to move on. She returned to Europe with her husband, Stephen, in Must redeem within 90 days. Annette rated it liked it Sep 24,