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The Tibetan Art of Serenity: How to heal fear and gain contentment Paperback – 27 Feb 2006

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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks (27 Feb. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0340835109
  • ISBN-13: 978-0340835104
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.7 x 21.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,087,863 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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'Christopher is one of life's true teachers.' (Normandie Keith, You)

'As life becomes more hectic, it's important to stop and think about the way we are living. Christopher's book is the best possible starting point.' (Kathy Phillips, Vogue)

'THE TIBETAN ART OF LIVING is an exceptional and essential book for everyone's library. It's absolutely brilliant.' (Carolyn Myss, author of ANATOMY OF SPIRIT)

'Christopher Hansard has written an eloquent yet practical guide to a soulful integration of all aspects of our lives. He contributes a wise and powerful voice to contemporary spiritual thought.' (Marianne Williamson)

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Bestselling author of THE TIBETAN ART OF POSITIVE THINKING shows us how to conquer fear and live at peace with ourselves. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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I think this book is just like making too many sequels for a good movie.
I got the book Tibetan art of positive thinking and it was great and i really recommend it but this one is just another way of re-chewing and recycling of everything you already got from The other books.
If you are collecting all of christopher hansards books so go ahead and buy it.
If you really want to get the best of this author go for the first books that came out and you basically got the whole philosophy there.
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I have enjoyed this thoroughly enjoyed this book and have recommended it to friends and client, and will post it on my website shortly.
If you want to live a life without fear and an open awareness of the world around you then please give yourself the gift of reading this book.
Love and light
Judith Farley
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Books come to us when we need them. If you take the opportunity to have this book in your life then bravo! It is written by a great healer. Any exploration of the truth requires honesty & commitment & author Christopher Hansard gives small & large exercises that can be practised depending on the amount of time you want to give. You have the option of reading the book straight through & then going back to doing the exercises that you are drawn to, or take it slow & this book will be a companion for a good long while. I have read all of Hansards books. This one is another jewel!
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I started to read this book last week and found the first few pages readable and reasonably interesting, although the personal story of Hansards education by a Bon master you take with a pinch of salt. I then flicked ahead beyond some of the meditations and read snippets of other parts of the book and have been disappointed.

It seems to be the sort of book that anyone could write with a basic grounding in eastern religion and research into other self-help books. I have found much of what is said as obvious and the discussion of most of the points shallow. "Every one of us feels lonely at some point in our life" and " So many people are searching for love, that special connection with another person" are two examples of Hansards style. There is little depth, little to hold the attention.

When we buy a book we take it on faith that the publisher has checked the authors story. I don't think they have. I would recommend you stay clear of this title and opt for writing whose provenance is established.

Cheers
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I bought this copy to replace one I had given to a friend . I find it helpful on a regular basis. keep calm and work with life peacefully.

Light and Luck

Les
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