Aging for Beginners

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Ezra Bayda

We’re all beginners when it comes to aging. And although the fact that we are in new territory can certainly contribute to the difficulties in dealing with getting older, it can also have a very positive side. Aging can be seen as a new phase of our life: a phase of renewal. Nowhere is this more evident than in our opportunity to devote more time to reflection and inner exploration. The result, regardless of whatever physical limitations we may be experiencing, is the possibility of cultivating and living increasingly from kindness and gratitude—two of the essential qualities of a life of satisfaction and equanimity.

With techniques that are both simple and richly unfolded, this book will help readers:

• learn the subtle art of being with pain

• uncover the fears that amplify suffering

• tap into the true sources of meaningfulness and joy

Winner of the Spirituality & Practice Best Book Award in 2019.
book information
  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • $17.95
  • ISBN 9781614294771
  • ebook
  • 208 pages
  • $11.99
  • ISBN 9781614295020
about the author
Aging for Beginners

Ezra Bayda has been meditating since 1970. He was authorized to teach Zen by Charlotte Joko Beck in 1998, and now lives, writes and teaches at the Zen Center of San Diego.

Other books by Ezra Bayda:
Saying Yes To Life

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