by Tara Brach
Tara Brach is the founder and senior teacher of the Insight
Meditation Community of Washington, D.C. She is a practicing clinical
psychologist, a lay Buddhist priest, and the author of the forthcoming book In
the Shadow of the Buddha.
In the same tradition as such best-selling authors as Jack
Kornfield and Sharon Salzberg, Insight Meditation teacher Tara Brach has
cultivated one of the largest and most active Buddhist meditation communities
in the Eastern United States. With Radical Self-Acceptance, this gifted guide
brings her enthusiasm and depth of experience to a wide new arena of listeners
for the first time.
"Imagine what it would be like to be without anxiety
about your imperfections," begins Brach. Employing her skills in two
worlds, this clinical psychologist and meditation instructor takes on what she
considers to be the most difficult and pervasive challenge to Westerners today:
the suffering caused by our feelings of unworthiness and deficiency.
Here, Brach teaches the specific practices we need to become more mindful and compassionate toward the "unforgivable" parts within ourselves "and how to free ourselves from "the prison of shame and self-aversion." Practical and supportive, Radical Self-Acceptance marks the debut of one of the most capable new voices today on the marriage between Eastern meditation and Western psychology.
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