Being Present in the Darkness

Being Present in the Darkness Friendly And Supportive, This Book Suggests That Hating And Resisting Depression Actually Maintains It, And That Compassionate Acceptance Of Our Feelings And Ourselves Leads Us To Freedom Through Simple Exercises And Meditations, Readers Can Learn How To Open Themselves Up To Their Emotions, Good And Bad

Cheri Huber, author of 20 books, has been a student and teacher of Zen for over 35 years In 1983, Cheri founded the Mountain View Zen Center, and in 1987 she founded the Zen Monastery Peace Center near Murphys, California She and the monks at the Monastery conduct workshops and retreats at these centers, other places around the U.S., and internationally.In 1997, Cheri founded Living Compassion,

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  • Paperback
  • 123 pages
  • Being Present in the Darkness
  • Cheri Huber
  • English
  • 01 February 2018
  • 9780399522239

10 thoughts on “Being Present in the Darkness

  1. says:

    Extremely helpfulVery grateful I was reading this today during my epic sojourn across the country If you ever buy tickets from Jefferson lines buses, be careful, because the phone people suck SUCK And this book helped me to deal with it in a rational and peaceful way without investing a lot of emotional energy into it.

  2. says:

    Short handwritten book on an Eastern acceptance of depression Rather than fighting it, let go and go into it i.e the best way out is through.

  3. says:

    Really, really helpful Really, really simple and clear.

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