Everything arises, everything falls away : teachings on impermanence and the end of suffering
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Boston : Shambhala, 2005.
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1st ed.
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163 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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Ajahn Chah (1919-1992) was admired for the way he demystified the Buddhist teachings, presenting them in a remarkably simple and down-to-earth style for people of any background. He was a major influence and spiritual mentor for a generation of American Buddhist teachers, including Jon Kabat-Zinn, Sharon Salzberg, and Jack Kornfield. Previous books by Ajahn Chah have consisted of collections of short teachings on a wide variety of subjects. This new book focuses on the theme of impermanence, offering powerful remedies for overcoming our deep-seated fear of change, including guidance on letting go of attachments, living in the present, and taking up the practice of meditation. Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away also contains stories and anecdotes about this beloved master's life and his interactions with students, from his youth as a struggling monk to his last years when American students were coming to study with him in significant numbers. These stories help to convey Ajahn Chah's unique spirit and teaching style, allowing readers to know him both through his words and the way in which he lived his life.
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Offers powerful remedies for overcoming our deep-seated fear of change, including guidance on letting go of attachments, living in the present, and taking up the practice of meditation.
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Phra Phōthiyānathēra., & Breiter, P. (2005). Everything arises, everything falls away: teachings on impermanence and the end of suffering. Boston: Shambhala.

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Phra Phōthiyānathēra and Paul. Breiter. 2005. Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away: Teachings On Impermanence and the End of Suffering. Boston: Shambhala.

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Phra Phōthiyānathēra and Paul. Breiter, Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away: Teachings On Impermanence and the End of Suffering. Boston: Shambhala, 2005.

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Phra Phōthiyānathēra, and Paul Breiter. Everything Arises, Everything Falls Away: Teachings On Impermanence and the End of Suffering. Boston: Shambhala, 2005. Print.

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