If you are reading this, than you’re likely plagued with anxiety. The good news is that you don’t have to be. You can live a life without so much anxiety and stress. You can train the mind to feel contentment, peace and joy—even in the midst of difficult circumstances. Best-selling author and long-time Buddhist meditation teacher Lodro Rinzler shows us how to work with the mind so that we don’t hold ourselves in a state of stress and learn to relax into and appreciate our world once more. What you hold is a guidebook with practical and easy-to-implement steps for how to take back your mind.
Please note that author proceeds will be offered to Feeding America food banks and The Loveland Foundation, offering therapeutic support to black and brown women.
"Lodro Rinzler has delivered a book with real dialogue and straight talk about stress and anxiety. TAKE BACK YOUR MIND is a relatable guide to help us recognize the innate goodness that rests inside each one of us and develop trust in the true experience of our lives. You'll find yourself coming back to these pages over and over again!" - Sharon Salzberg, author of LOVING KINDNESS and REAL CHANGE
"I encourage you to connect with these conversations that give clear instructions in meditation practice suitable for all levels. These accessible meditations beautifully balance Buddhist philosophy with modern values and will be helpful to anyone interested in discovering and integrating mindfulness and serenity into your life. In this critical juncture in the world we need to help ourselves while helping one another, and through meditation cultivate the energy and inner strength of peace and compassion to benefit one another. This book will give you a fresh view of your meditation experience and how to bridge it into your daily life." - Dza Kilung Rinpoche, author of THE RELAXED MIND
"Lodro Rinzler’s newest book purports to be a timely guide for working with anxiety—and it is. However, it is far more. It is an introduction to the Buddhist path as a way of becoming more fully human, awake, and capable of loving yourself, others, and life than you ever thought possible, including all your brilliance and confusion." – Susan Piver, meditation teacher and author of THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS OF LOVE: BUDDHIST WISDOM FOR MODERN RELATIONSHIPS