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The Tibetan Art of Serenity

Christopher Hansard

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Prose: non-fiction, Buddhist life & practice, Self-help & personal development

Bestselling author of THE TIBETAN ART OF POSITIVE THINKING shows us how to conquer fear and live at peace with ourselves.

In the ancient Tibetan B n tradition, the secret of serene, successful living is to have no fear. But in our demanding society, where stress is the norm, fearfulness can become a way of life.

In this inspiring book, leading Tibetan B n practitioner Christopher Hansard explains the 'twelve types of fear' believed by traditional teaching to affect our lives. He shares with us age-old techniques for facing and overcoming these fears, and shows how without them we can better connect with our deepest selves, transform relationships and find increased peace, humour and confidence.

Drawing from his deep personal knowledge of Tibetan teachings, and with easy-to-follow exercises and inspiring case studies, Christopher shows us how we can stop living with our fears - and start living our life.

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Praise for The Tibetan Art of Serenity

  • 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 - Marianne Williamson

  • inspiring book - cygnus

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Christopher Hansard

Christopher Hansard was trained in the spiritual and medical traditions of Tibetan medicine from the age of 4 and is now a leading practitioner in the field. He is Director of Clinical Affairs at the Eden Medical Centre, London. He writes a weekly column on herbal medicine in the Sunday Express magazine and a monthly column for the Life section of the Express. He regularly appears on TV and newspapers in Britain, Europe and the US. He is married with a young daughter.

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