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Buddha LoveNships to grow ourselves and benefit everyone around us Unafraid of taboo topics and free from sappy cliches and political correctness Nydahl provides modern people with practical advice on how to love bett. Buddha and Love truly blew my mind In every chapter the author a lay Buddhist lama who was married until his wife passed away goes from giving solid advice about relationships to explaining the larger context of love and how it relates to compassion and the motivation to work for the benefit of all beings This book completely changes how you see relationships and what you get out of themThe only reason I give it 4 stars rather than 5 is because there is a strong focus in parts of the book on exclusively hetero relationships and I'm gay On the other hand I did find even those parts useful in that the descriptions of some freuent pitfalls of male female communication styles helped me to better understand some of my guys friends

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And divorce Lama Ole Nydahl a Buddhist Lama in the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism explains how a Buddhist approach to relationships can help us to relax our minds break bad habits and use relatio. For me this book was too complicated and vague especially towards the end Also I was annoyed by the stereotypes of men and women

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READ Ë Buddha Love ´ ➶ [Reading] ➸ Buddha Love By Ole Nydahl ➫ – Helpyouantib.co.uk Buddha and Love published in over half a dozen languages explores all aspects of love and partnership from a Buddhist perspective Covering a broad spectrum of topics such as sexuality infidelity paren Buddha and Love published in over half a dozen langBuddha and Love published in over half a dozen languages explores all aspects of love and partnership from a Buddhist perspective Covering a broad spectrum of topics such as sexuality infidelity parenting. The author's perceptions on modern relationships is a bit too conventional and stereotypical for my taste particularly the emphasis on traditional roles of malefemale relationships I must say I was taken aback by this given that it's been my observation Eastern thought tends to be open minded about the dynamics of human relationships than Western thought Nevertheless if you can get past occasional fingers down the chalkboard moments while reading this bookit does have some helpful gems here and there