- Audio CD
- Publisher: CD (1 Feb. 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1591797462
- ISBN-13: 978-1591797463
- Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 14 x 15.2 cm
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 729,056 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Unconditional Confidence: Instructions for Meeting Any Experience with Trust and Courage Audio CD – 1 Feb 2010
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Top customer reviews
This CD is hugely practical and her heart-warming talk is extremely uplifting.She takes one carefully through all those fearful moments and illuminates where we all get stuck. There is no praise or blame, everything is acceptable.
The second CD is given over to questions and answers. This is also extremely interesting and Pema further expounds on the subject of unconditional confidence, which I now realise is perfectly possible and attainable. What a relief!
I thoroughly recommend this to anyone with even a slight interest in Buddhism. I feel it could be useful for any people suffering with depression too. It makes for wonderful company in the car!
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Along with "Don't Bite the Hook" I have taken another step towards realizing my own confidence. Unconditional? Hmmmm. That is a big word. Quite pleased with where I am right now!
I was disappointed. The discussion sections are VERY short and are more like soundbites than in depth study and teaching. Out of 19 'sections' 6 are less than 5 minutes! 5 are less than 7 minutes! The longest one is under 11 minutes. These short little blips cannot really give a sense of continuity and are more like sound bytes than instruction. The second disk is an interview and although the questions are somewhat relevant, they take up time and I would have much preferred more of Pema's talk than short answers to specific questions.
Far too often, someone who is good as a teacher allows some other to 'handle' the commercial side of their talent and what ends up happening is that their message becomes lost in the commercialism and hype found necessary for the company to make money. I do not believe that I am listening to what Pema's choice would be in communicating her message. I MAY try another disk but I think I'll shoot for an older production rather than a newly produced one.