A spiritual guide to transform your life
Just as clouds obscure the sun’s light at times, so emotions and afflictions of the body and mind––frustration, anxious desire, dissatisfaction, resentment, fear or envy––can temporarily alter the essence of who we really are.
Drawing from his own experience and a tragic event that marked him forever and made him rethink his life and abandon everything (his family, his job and his position in society) to become a Buddhist monk, Lobsang Zopa teaches us in this revealing book that a fuller life is possible. In these pages, we will learn why true happiness is a product of the mastery of our emotions that a serene, stable and peaceful mind brings, and ways we can integrate ancient wisdom into our routine to make it more peaceful and healthier.
Buddhism for non-Buddhists
A guide to spiritual transformation by Buddhist master Zopa. An inner journey to help us master our mind, better develop our potential, and apply Buddhist teachings to our daily life to make it more peaceful and healthy.
With the approval of his teachers, he has been teaching courses and meditation retreats in “Mindfulness, Mindfulness”, “Mental Calm, Shamatta” and “Right Understanding, Vipassana” in Spain, France, Brazil, and Mexico for many years. He also directs his own master’s program inMindfulness in Health and Research at the Complutense University of Madrid MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction). This is his first book.