The Buddhist Perspective on Life’s Unsatisfactoriness

4.5 out of 5

This book is highly recommended for mindfulness teachers, practitioners, and those interested in Buddhism. It delves into the concept of suffering in Buddhism, explaining how it is related to the khandhā, or the perceptual and cognitive process by which we deal with life events. By understanding this process and letting go of attachment, readers can overcome suffering and find happiness even in the face of painful events. The book includes practical exercises, meditations, and summaries to help practitioners incorporate these teachings into their daily lives. It also provides numerous quotations and references from Buddhist sources for further study.


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