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100 1  Chödrön, Pema. 
245 10 Bodhisattva mind|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cPema 
       Chödrön. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bSounds True,|c2007. 
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511 1  Read by Pema Chödrön. 
520    A bodhisattva is one who seeks liberation from suffering 
       not only for themselves, but for all beings. If you were a
       bodhisattva, how would you respond in the face of chaos 
       and difficulty? Is it possible to find calm in the middle 
       of a storm? On Bodhisattva Mind, Pema Chödrön explores 
       timeless insights and practices from the teachings of an 
       eighth-century Buddhist classic, Shantideva's The Way of 
       the Bodhisattva, to reveal a powerful core truth that can 
       move us all closer to the bodhisattva ideal. An Unlikely 
       Voice on Living a Virtuous Life. In the eyes of his fellow
       Indian scholars, Shantideva seemed lazy and uninterested 
       in his studies and was greatly resented. So they invited 
       the young slacker to give a prestigious talk-an honor 
       reserved for only the most realized Buddhist masters-
       hoping to humiliate him and force him to leave the school.
       Instead, he delivered the timeless jewel known today as 
       The Way of the Bodhisattva. Paradoxically, the key to true
       liberation, he taught, is in taming the mind. Like a wild 
       elephant, the distracted mind causes emotions to escalate.
       But if the mind is trained to be steady and open, no 
       matter what comes at you, you will remain solid in the 
       immediacy of your experience. On Bodhisattva Mind, Pema 
       Chödrön leads you through an all-new series of practices 
       inspired by Shantideva to help you "tether" your thoughts 
       and emotions-not as a limiting force, but as a means to 
       restore yourself in the freedom of the present moment. 
       Experience the Spaciousness Available in Every Moment. If 
       we approach the wildness of our mind like a horse 
       whisperer using gentleness, compassion, and kindness, we 
       return to our natural state of expansiveness that is 
       always available to us, says Pema Chödrön. Encompassing a 
       rich span of insights from this gifted teacher, 
       Bodhisattva Mind shows us how to connect with the spacious,
       clear, and unbiased nature of our minds, and experience 
       the joy of complete freedom. Master recordings for 
       Bodhisattva Mind graciously provided by Great Path Tapes. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
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650  0 Mahayana Buddhism. 
650  0 Meditation|xBuddhism. 
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