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Buddha's Daughters by Andrea Miller

Buddha's Daughters

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Buddha's Daughters by Andrea Miller
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Apr 08, 2014 | ISBN 9781590306239

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“The women Buddhist teachers featured in Buddha’s Daughters are both wise and compassionate. In their voices the Buddha is still teaching.”—Thich Nhat Hanh

Table Of Contents

Tsultrim Allione: “Meeting the Demon”
Jan Chozen Bays: “The Joy of Mindful Eating”
Charlotte Joko Beck: “False Generalizations” and “The Parable of Mushin”
Sylvia Boorstein: “The Three Marks of Existence,” “Living in the Divine Abodes,” and “Suffering’s Not the Only Story”
Tara Brach: “Befriend Your Fears”
Pema Chödrön: “When Things Fall Apart,” “Breathing in Pain, Breathing Out Relief,” and “Practicing Peace in Times of War”
Thubten Chodron: “Spiritual Mentor”
Darlene Cohen: “The Scenery of Cancer”
Christina Feldman: “Long Journey to a Bow”
Carolyn Rose Gimian: “I Want to Be Genuine”
Joan Halifax: “The Way of the Mountain”
Blanche Hartman: “Just to Be Alive Is Enough”
Khandro Rinpoche: “The Great Impermanence of Death”
Jiyu-Kennett: “Why Study Zen?”
Ayya Khema: “Nothing Special”
Sister Chan Khong: “Learning True Love” and “Deep Relaxation”
Anne Carolyn Klein: “It’s All Good”
Judith L. Lief: “The Middle Way of Stress”
Joanna Macy: “Gratitude: Where Healing the Earth Begins”
Karen Maezen Miller: “Waking Up Alone” and “Sanitize Option: What Children Do Not Require”
Pat Enkyo O’Hara: “Include Everything”
Toni Packer: “What Is the Me?” and “Images in Relationship”
Tenzin Palmo: “Vajrayana”
Sharon Salzberg: “The Journey of Faith,” “Living Our Love,” and “Don’t I Know You?”
Maurine Stuart: “There Are No Repetitions”
Joan Sutherland: “Through the Dharma Gate”
Bonnie Myotai Treace: “We Cannot Stop the Hail, But We Can Be Awake”

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