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|Title||:||Becoming Your Own Therapist|
|Number of Pages||:||560 Pages|
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Becoming Your Own Therapist Reviews
"To purify your mind, you don’t have to believe in something special up there– God, or Buddha. Don’t worry about that.When you truly realize the up and down nature of your everyday life, the characteristic nature of your own mental attitude, you’ll automatically want to implement a solution."I really like Buddhism.
This volume is combined with Make Your Mind an Ocean. Edited from Lama's talks in Melbourne, Australia, in 1979, this is another lesson in analytical (checking) meditation and knowing your own mind. Highly recommended.
Mindfulness isn't just for silent meditation; it is really for activity. You just always have to be asking your mind what you are really doing and why.
Great deep dive on the mindI loved this book because it totally covered the introductory idea of mind. I like its combination of lecture and q and a. The one dislike I had was it was pretty repetitive. Finally, I also got the audible version of this book and that really was wonderful to listen to:
This book consists of a few talks by Lama Yeshe and related Q&A sessions. It's a small book, but quite comprehensive and just what I needed to deepen my spiritual and scientific understanding of Buddhism at this point.
After I read Dreaming Me by Jan Willis, I picked this up when I saw it at the used bookstore because Lama Yeshe was one of Jan's teachers."Lord Buddha himself said...'I have taught many methods because there are many different individuals. Before you embrace any of them, use your wisdom to check that they fit your psychological make-up, your own mind. If my methods seem to make sense and work for you, by all means adopt them. But if you don't relate to them, even though they might sound wonderful, leave them be. They were taught for somebody else'" (p. 25)."If you don't know your own mind, your misconceptions will prevent you from seeing reality. Even though you might say you're a practitioner of this or that religion, if you investigate more deeply, you might find that you are nowhere. Be careful. No religion is against your knowing your own nature, but all too frequently religious people involve themselves too much in their religion's history, philosophy or doctrine and ignore how and what they themselves are, their present state of being. Instead of using their religion to attain its goals--salvation, liberation, inner freedom, eternal happiness and joy--they play intellectual games with their religion, as if it were a material possession" (p. 35)."Once you realize the true evolution of your mental problems, you'll never blame any other living being for how you feel. That realization is the beginning of good communication with and respect for others" (p. 38).
Very good despite being a little seventies specific , things have changed but the point remains the same
Insightful, inspiring, challenging...
Aaaawwwww, Lama make my mind happy.
Several talks, including the Q&A sessions, dating from the 1970s. There's some great stuff here, though also some material on rebirth, from the Tibetan perspective, that I have much difficulty with. Continually Lama Yeshe returns to the theme of the mind as the totality of our experience though, as he puts it, interaction with external energies, even those arising in some other universe, could become manifest there. Perhaps we react sometimes inexplicably because of some deeply buried impulse from some other life. Perhaps.