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Living Without Regret: Human Experience in light of Tibetan Buddhism by Arnaud Maitland

Living Without Regret: Human Experience in light of Tibetan Buddhism by Arnaud Maitland

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Secondary Title: Human Experience in Light of Tibetan Buddhism

Description: Living and dying in the light of the Buddhist teachings. It is never too late to heal the past. We can own and transform even the most difficult life situations, including death and our own seemingly fatal mistakes. Sharing the painful decline and death of his mother held within the backdrop of timeless teachings, Arnaud Maitland shows us how to deal with life's constantly recurring uncertainty and confusion. The narrative of each human being can be grounded in the larger framework of Buddhist teachings on impermanence, suffering, and the development of wisdom and compassion. The personal account of Living Without Regret leads the reader through turbulent emotions such as feelings of helplessness, guilt, anger, despair and fear. The wisdom of the Buddhist teachings helps us to strengthen awareness and develop our inner resources. Readers at any stage of their personal development, at any phase of a life's journey, will begin to reflect on their own lives and learn to face challenges as they arise.

In Living Without Regret Arnaud Maitland, international teacher and consultant who brings the ancient wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism into the mainstream of Western culture, invites us to face with openness and confidence the inevitable challenges and losses in life. We can pursue our highest aspirations and live a life that now, and in retrospect, is worth living.

"This book will grip, disturb, and also encourage you."

— Traditional Yoga Studies

Author: Arnaud Maitland

Introduction: Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche

Publisher: Dharma Publishing (Originally published by Altamira-Becht)

Style: Paperback

Edition Print: 2005 (Originally published as Oneindig afscheid; 2004)

ISBN: 9780898003673

Pages: 332

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