Good Medicine: How to Turn Pain Into Compassion with Tonglen Meditation

Version: Unabridged
Author: Pema Chodron , Pema Ch?dr?n
Narrator: Pema Chodron
Genres: Health & Wellness
Publisher: Sounds True
Published In: March 2001
# of Units: 2 CDs
Length: 2 hours, 30 minutes
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American Buddhist nun Pema Chodron shares the gift of a simple and elegant meditation system: a way to befriend ourselves, accept the past we have rejected, and widen our circle of compassion. Includes rare live footage with Chodron, interview excerpts, and other enhancements available here for the first time. 12-page electronic study guide.

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Good Medicine:How to Turn Pain Into Compassion with Tonglen Meditation

Written by Anonymous on May 10th, 2006

  • Book Rating: 4/5

From the beautiful flute music that opens disk one to the timeless wisdom of Pema Chodron in dealing with difficulties in one's life, this book is worth every second! You will grow from listening to it and practicing the Tonglen Meditation! Lovely stuff!

Author Details

Author Details

Chodron, Pema

"Pema Ch”dr”n (formerly Deirdre Blomfield-Brown, born 1936) is a fully ordained Buddhist nun in the Tibetan vajrayana tradition, and a teacher in the lineage of Ch”gyam Trungpa. She is well known for her ability to apply Buddhist teachings in everyday life. She is one of the most successful interpreters of Tibetan Buddhism for westerners, well known for her approachable and down-to-earth teaching style.

Pema Ch”dr”n has conducted workshops, seminars, and meditation retreats in Europe, Australia, and throughout North America. She is abbot of Gampo Abbey, a monastery in Nova Scotia."