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Reading Resources

Recommended reading

Nairn, R (2001) Diamond Mind: A Psychology of Meditation. London: Shambala. Nairn, R (2007) Living, Dreaming, Dying. South Africa: Kairon Press. Gilbert, P.: Choden. (2013) Mindful Compassion. Using the Power of Mindfulness and Compassion To Transform Our Lives. London: Robinson. Brach, T. (2004) Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart of a Buddha. London: Bantum Books. Chödrön P. (1994) Start Where You Are: A Guide To Compassionate Living. Boston: Shambala Chodron, P. (2003) The Wisdom of No Escape. London, Element Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (2006) Enlightened Courage: Explanation of Seven Points of Mind Training. Snow Lion. Germer, C. (2009) The Mindful Path to Self Compassion: Freeing Yourself From Destructive Thoughts and Emotions. London: Guilford Press Glaser, A. (2005). A call to compassion: Bringing Buddhist practices of the heart into the soul of psychology. Berwick, ME: Nicolas-Hays Goleman, Daniel P and Dalai Lama (2004) Destructive Emotions and How We Can Overcome Them; Bloomsbury Hanh, Thich Nhat (1991) The Miracle of Mindfulness. London: Random House Hanson, R.; Seigel, D. (2009) Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love and Wisdom. Oakland, USA: New Harbinger Publications. Kabat-Zinn, J (2001) Full Catastrophe Living: How to Cope with Stress, Pain and Illness Using Mindfulness Meditation. London: Piatkus Kabat-Zinn, J (2004) Wherever You Go There You Are. London: Piatkus Kabat Zinn, J (2012) Mindfulness for Beginners: Sounds True Neff, C (2011) Self-Compassion. London: Hodder and Stoughton Tsoknyi Rinpoche; Swanson, E. (2012) Open Heart, Open Mind. A Guide To Inner Transformation. London: Rider

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© 2017 Mindfulness Association Limited

Reading Resources

Recommended reading

Nairn, R (2001) Diamond Mind: A Psychology of Meditation. London: Shambala. Nairn, R (2007) Living, Dreaming, Dying. South Africa: Kairon Press. Gilbert, P.: Choden. (2013) Mindful Compassion. Using the Power of Mindfulness and Compassion To Transform Our Lives. London: Robinson. Brach, T. (2004) Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart of a Buddha. London: Bantum Books. Chödrön P. (1994) Start Where You Are: A Guide To Compassionate Living. Boston: Shambala Chodron, P. (2003) The Wisdom of No Escape. London, Element Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (2006) Enlightened Courage: Explanation of Seven Points of Mind Training. Snow Lion. Germer, C. (2009) The Mindful Path to Self Compassion: Freeing Yourself From Destructive Thoughts and Emotions. London: Guilford Press Glaser, A. (2005). A call to compassion: Bringing Buddhist practices of the heart into the soul of psychology. Berwick, ME: Nicolas-Hays Goleman, Daniel P and Dalai Lama (2004) Destructive Emotions and How We Can Overcome Them; Bloomsbury Hanh, Thich Nhat (1991) The Miracle of Mindfulness. London: Random House Hanson, R.; Seigel, D. (2009) Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love and Wisdom. Oakland, USA: New Harbinger Publications. Kabat-Zinn, J (2001) Full Catastrophe Living: How to Cope with Stress, Pain and Illness Using Mindfulness Meditation. London: Piatkus Kabat-Zinn, J (2004) Wherever You Go There You Are. London: Piatkus Kabat Zinn, J (2012) Mindfulness for Beginners: Sounds True Neff, C (2011) Self-Compassion. London: Hodder and Stoughton Tsoknyi Rinpoche; Swanson, E. (2012) Open Heart, Open Mind. A Guide To Inner Transformation. London: Rider
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