When we break free from the habits that limit us, a new world of possibilities opens up. In Let Go, Martine Batchelor leads the way there. Negative patterns of . Let Go by Martine Batchelor – When we break free from the habits that limit us, a new world of possibilities opens up. In Let Go, Martine Batchelor leads the way. Learn how to break some bad habits with author and teacher Martine Batchelor. Meditation can help, unless, of course, your bad habit is to avoid the hard work.
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To not get down on myself if I had not been able to sit.
Let Go: A Buddhist Guide to Breaking Free of Habits
Log in to Reply. She was also involved in interfaith dialogue and was a Mxrtine of the International Sacred Literature Trust until So, we are dealing with something deep and universal, not just your habit of judging yourself or your coffee habit She’s just so sensible.
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Let Go Trade Paperback Learn how your comment data is processed. I was always so ridgid about the meditation before, only sitting up, only in sacred area, blah blah eactly an hour and yes I can see it had a value creating a self discipline and it established a silent reference point. To ask other readers questions about Let Goplease sign up.
Martine was born in France inwas ordained as a Buddhist nun in Korea inand studied Zen Buddhism under the guidance of the late Master Kusan at Songgwang Sa monastery until This is a beautiful book that can help shape growth with every separate reading.
Martine Batchelor speaks with mxrtine about her book, Let Go: Julia rated it it was amazing Oct 28, With her husband she co-leads meditation retreats worldwide.
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Isabelde rated it liked it May 10, The sub-title may lead you to believe it’s simply a ‘self-help’ book to overcome habits, but samskaras which are what the yoga tradition calls the patterns of behavior thoughts and actions that make up habits are really the constituents of personality! Maisa rated it really liked it Dec 03, I got so much from this; questions that I had been asking in the past; how I after so many years of practice there was so little change in my negative emotional reactions; especially when the situation was challenging.
Perhaps that’s the ultimate in letting go? Susan rated it liked it Jun 14, Shop with SBA Smile.
Roland rated it liked it Jul 14, There really are ways of becoming aware of our habits–and just try the ‘listening mediation’ advice here. September 6, at 8: I tried the what is this?
I really like Martine Batchelor’s work; always direct, simple, and profound. Add to Cart Add to Cart.
February 4, at 8: I started the book when I was on a verge of breakdown and facing one of the worst crises of my life. I particularly liked the exercises at the end of chapters. I watched an on line “retreat” with her on Tricycle.
Let Go: A Buddhist Guide to Breaking Free of Habits by Martine Batchelor
Click above to make a one-time donation, or click here to make a recurring donation. Michael Bratton rated it really liked it Jan 15, Each chapter concludes with an exercise or guided meditation lef a tool for the reader to work with negative habits in new and creative ways.
Lists with This Book. Who could not use help breaking free of habits and addiction?
I’ve used this book for my own personal development with managing my daydreaming; to help teach addicts and people with personality disorders how to manage their impulsive behaviors and schizophrenics to mitigate the effects of their paranoid and obsessive thoughts; and even to write an officiant’s wedding ceremony speech about the meaning and development of real love.
I will offer it eagerly to friends and patients alike. D rated it really liked it Mar 28, By returning to the martime again and again we start to dissolve their power. See full terms and conditions and this month’s choices.