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Leaving Utopia—Dharma Discourse CD
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The Trauma of Everyday Life

The Trauma of Everyday Life
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By Mark Epstein, MD
The Buddha pointed to the inescapable reality of suffering. Epstein redefines trauma to include the daily sufferings we encounter—loneliness, fear, and anxiety. This psychobiography of the Buddha illuminates the transformational potential of trauma to spark growth and our capacity for compassion. Epstein combines a contemporary understanding of trauma with the truths of a wisdom tradition to show how the inevitable sufferings of mundane life can connect us more deeply to the world. Hardcover, 256 pages.

Price: $25.95
Product Code: B-TRAUMA

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