Gesture of Balance A Guide to Awareness Self Healing and

Gesture of Balance A Guide to Awareness Self Healing and Meditation Nyingma Psychology Series In clear direct language Gesture of Balance relates the profound insights of an ancient wisdom tradition to our present situation showing us how to develop our inner resources and awaken body mind and senses to new horizons of experience Tarthang Tulku speaks to us like a good friend offering ways to clear away confusion strengthen self confidence and brighten our lives with meaning and joy

About the Author: Tarthang Tulku

Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche དར་ཐན་སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་རིན་པོ་ཆེ dar than sprul sku rin po che is a Tibetan teacher lama in the Nyingma old translation tradition Having received a complete Buddhist education in pre diaspora Tibet he taught philosophy at Sanskrit University in India from 1962 to 1968 and emigrated to America in 1969 where he settled in Berkeley CA He is often credited as having in

10 thoughts on “Gesture of Balance A Guide to Awareness Self Healing and Meditation Nyingma Psychology Series

  1. says:

    Have you ever let yourself be totally UNPLUGGED? Do you remember those times when you’ve just dropped EVERYTHING? And let ALL the stress fall away?Thirty years ago in a frantic office this easy to read Tibetan author gave me a real and vivid sense of what it means to have real peace in one’s life And I fondly remembered having had that feeling before Much farther back when I was twenty three after graduation I had worked in an ultra modern office It wasn’t downtown th

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    Years ago when I first started learning about meditation I read every book I could get my hands on about the process I would read the text and become excited that I had found the right way to practice Immediately I would follow the instructions as best I could Without fail I would get frustrated when I couldn't sustain the right pose or hold my tongue in the proper way as I tried to breathe correctly Inevitably throughout the whole exercise I worried that I couldn't stop my thoug

  3. says:

    If you're noticing that I love most of the books I rate it's true If I don't like a book especially these days I just don't finish it I just can't frankly I can't stay interested and life is too short to read stuff you hate When I do that it's assigned reading sometimes I assign myself and I'll read it as a gateway to build enough knowledge to understand something else research if you will I'm doing that now with Jerusalem The Biography just keep running into stuff I'm compelled to che

  4. says:

    Recommended by my yoga master This is a book to read through life Although it is a self help book the language is not patronizing and most of it resonates with what I was already learning through yoga practice

  5. says:

    When I'm feeling anxious low or lost I turn to a passage in this book

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    Pure truthThe truth in these pages is evident But there are often some surprising statements that call one to reassess our basis of knowledge and the ability and paths to growth

  7. says:

    A superb hidden gem of a book Surprisingly practical and straight to the point No flowery language If it was published today and renamed as I don't believe the title does it justice I believe people would know of it Highly recommended whether you're an experienced meditator or you're new to the practice

  8. says:

    Nice summary of basic principles regarding awareness openness and meditation

  9. says:

    A beautifully written book full of surprising insights into the state of being

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