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Summary

Drawing on the wisdom of Buddhist teachings, illustrative stories and the transformative power of meditation, Tara guides us in healing the shame and fear that bind our hearts. 

In the West, most of us have suffered the fear of not being 'good enough', feeling insecure about our appearance, our sexuality, our intelligence, our spiritual progress or - often most importantly - being worthy of love. When these feelings of insufficiency or self-aversion are strong, we fear abandonment and rejection. Many people have already found the Buddhist perspective on our emotional life to be extremely valuable - and this book will be a major practical contribution to the subject. 

©2003 Tara Brach (P)2020 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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"Radical Acceptance offers us an invitation to embrace ourselves with all our pain, fear and anxieties, and to step lightly yet firmly on the path of understanding and compassion. Please enjoy this nourishing and healing book." (Thich Nhat Hanh)

"An insightful, warmhearted and important contribution to the emerging field of therapeutic mindfulness." (Tara Bennett-Goleman)

"Offers gentle wisdom and tender healing." (Jack Kornfield) 

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fantastic content deserves better narrator

I rarely right audible reviews because the UX is so awful. however this book contains important and timeless wisdom, but the the narrator doesn't do it Justice. it's just about tolerable, but she doesn't seem to understand or care about the content much at all. I sorely wish she understood the importance of pauses. it spoils the flow and digestibility of the content when she rattles through profound points without a breath. the guided meditation sessions are hopeless, it might as well be read by Siri. Tara Brach's own authenticity is required here. fortunately Tara narrated at least one of her other books, which results is a dramatically improved listening experience.

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The narration is just awful

I returned this audio book. The narration is just awful. I really wanted to listen to this audio book, and I gave it a go, but I couldn't go through with it as Cassandra Campbell as a narrator is just terrible. She narrated Pema Chodron's book "When Things Fall Apart" and I couldn't listen to that either. She completely ruined it. Penguin: please get someone else other than Cassandra Campbell to narrate your audio books. I cannot listen to her drab, dreary voice.

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  • Carmen Urquieta
  • 08-08-20

Amazing thank you so much

Amazing book! Thank you so much! It gave me peace and understanding. I love it!

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