“As founder and guiding teacher of the Community Meditation Center in New York, Allan Lokos has an arsenal of tools for coping with stressful situations.”. During the month of February, we’re reading Allan Lokos’s Patience: The Art of Peaceful Living at the Tricycle Book Club. Pick up a copy and. Read an interview with meditation teacher and author Allan Lokos and learn how you can win 1 of 2 free copes of Patience: The Art of Peaceful Living.

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Customers who viewed this item also viewed. This book doesn’t only give you plentiful advice to move on with life, it also mentions the origin of meditation and such rules for peaceful mind. Michael was blinded and lost the use of most of his right hand in the Vietnam war, yet he patiencw on to become a world renowned sculptor.

Patience is an important read for everyone. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. One of the word the book mentions ,okos throughout the whole section is impermanence. Spiritual growth is not like fast food. There is much more, but that would be a darn good start.

“There is no illness that is not exacerbated by stress.”

I already feel a little more at peace. Really great reminder of how to breath and think wllan you act. How can I be this old and just understanding the relationship between anger and impatience and how waiting before responding can transform my life?


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Patience: The Art of Peaceful Living by Allan Lokos

Lokos has written a clear guide to initiating a practice for patience and meditation through the Buddhist philosophy. Open Preview See a Problem? Mar 05, Diana Bogan rated it liked it. English Choose a language for shopping. I liked the start and personal stories about himself and others.

I read this on the train to work every day. In the section on relationships, you explored some of the inevitable challenges we face when become emotionally intimate with someone else.

Qualities such as compassion, patience, and equanimity are the ground of wisdom because it is these qualities that help see things as they really are. It offers us the means to find release from self-inflicted and other-inflicted pain. In your research, what have you found are the situations in which people most frequently lose their cool—and how can we avoid that? You Are a Badass Every Day.

I already know that patience is very important — that’s why I bought the book. This book is a bit stuffy and convoluted. Lokos includes appendices with useful lists of keywords to identify those fleeting feelings and other sources of stress; being mindful of them is helpful way to avoid the reactive ;atience that contribute to our suffering without our lokoss it. Understanding the challenges of our hurried and harried world, Lokos has written a remarkable and practical guide to becoming a truly patient and spiritually effective person.


Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading looos Can’t say enough how much I love this book. Apr 28, Kim rated it it was ok.

The content on Tiny Buddha is designed to support, not replace, medical or psychiatric treatment. Kira Eva Santorini Patience is one of those qualities we aspire to possess, but sometimes struggle to embody. His laugh-out-loud chapter on raising children is a treasure.

I need guidance as to how to achieve it. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Jan 05, Pages. This sounded just like me so I bought this marvelous book.

Harford, Tim, Published: There is just so much in this book, I wondered if it would be yet another book I read and then promptly forgot everything I thought amazing about ookos and life continued on. Previously, I would have added it to my bookshelf and felt good about simply acknowledging that I was impatient.