My Spiritual Journey

My Spiritual Journey Cover

My Spiritual Journey

By Dalai Lama; Sofia Stril-Rever

HarperOne, Hardcover, 9780061960222, 304pp.

Publication Date: October 12, 2010

Description

In this elegant self-portrait, the world's most outspoken and influential spiritual leader recounts his epic and engaging life story. The Dalai Lama's most accessible and intimate book, My Spiritual Journey is an excellent introduction to the larger-than-life leader of Tibetan Buddhism perfect for anyone curious about Eastern religion, invested in the Free Tibet movement, or simply seeking a richer spiritual life. The Dalai Lama's riveting, deeply insightful meditations on life will resonate strongly with readers of Pema Chodron, Thich Nhat Hanh, or the His Holiness's own The Art of Happiness and Ethics for the New Millennium.



Praise For My Spiritual Journey

“Readers both well versed in and new to the Dalai Lama’s teachings will make invaluable discoveries as the Dalai Lama emphasizes our common humanity, our interdependence, and the need for us to ‘cultivate a greater sense of universal responsibility.’”
-Booklist

“This gathering of insights on a variety of topics should ...please the Dalai Lama’s English-speaking adherents.”
-Library Journal

“An important record of the mind and heart of one of the great figures of our times.”
-New Age Retailer

“In his moving new memoir, My Spiritual Journey,… the Dalai Lama’s immense hope and good humor shine throughout.”
-Organic Spa Magazine

“An intriguing portrait of the Tibetan spiritual leader.”
-Los Angeles Times

“’Spirituality’” may be the most nebulous word in the English language, but My Spiritual Journey provides a definition that both devotee and atheist might approve: ‘the full blossoming of human values that is essential for the good of all.’”
-The Washington Post

“When a spiritual leader banned from a small Asian nation galvanizes a worldwide following, attention must be paid. Reading My Spiritual Journey is an alternately inspiring, fascinating, frustrating, and hopeful way to do just that.”
-AARP The Magazine