Are you looking for something more? Happiness? Meaning? Challenge? Transformation? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then keep reading. Doug Duncan Sensei’s pithy book, Dharma if you Dare, offers an empowering starting point for addressing these common desires.
This humorous and accessible book allows you to explore how you contribute to your own feelings of longing and dissatisfaction while providing practical tools – based in the Tibetan Karma Kagyu lineage and other wisdom traditions – which help you to free your mind. Dharma if you Dare offers concrete examples and illuminating metaphors compassionately intended to help you speedily reconnect with your real purpose for being here — awakening in this lifetime. Here’s a sneak peak into some of the book’s insightful and liberating lessons:
Do you feel as though you’re running in circles?
There was a point in your life when you needed to run. But you’ve done that already. You can’t keep running. Its time to stop, turn around, and meet whatever you’re afraid of.
Are you struggling to find your calling?
When you don’t know what your calling is, it’s because your highest motivation is to get pleasure or avoid struggle.
The purpose of meditation is to get a little key into a little lock to open the door to freedom.
What is meditation?
In the beginning, meditation is mostly finding out what it’s not. It isn’t your internal dialogues; it isn’t the feelings that arise. Meditation is the process of watching those things become apparent until eventually your whole makeup is revealed.
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