Practicing Peace

Practicing Peace

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"Anger is a universal human emotion, and it can manifest in some pretty nasty ways. But it is also amazingly workable. In this guide to the practice of inner peace, Pema Chodron shows us how to recognize anger in ourselves when it first begins to rise, how to sit with the discomfort it causes, and how to let it dissipate. By taking responsibility for the seeds of aggression in our own hearts and minds, we can help create a new culture of compassion for ourselves and for the world." -- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Boulder, Colorado :, Shambhala,, 2018.
2006.
Copyright Date: 2006.
ISBN: 9781611806137
Characteristics: x, 88 pages ; 16 cm.
Additional Contributors: Boucher, Sandy - Editor
Summary: "Anger is a universal human emotion, and it can manifest in some pretty nasty ways. But it is also amazingly workable. In this guide to the practice of inner peace, Pema Chodron shows us how to recognize anger in ourselves when it first begins to rise, how to sit with the discomfort it causes, and how to let it dissipate. By taking responsibility for the seeds of aggression in our own hearts and minds, we can help create a new culture of compassion for ourselves and for the world." -- Provided by publisher.

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