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The Four Immeasurables

Written by: B. Alan Wallace
Narrated by: Vanessa Kettering
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The Four Immeasurables - the cultivation of loving-kindness, compassion, empathetic joy, and equanimity - is a rich suite of practices that open the heart, counter the distortions in our relationships to ourselves, and deepen our relationships to others. Alan Wallace presents a unique interweaving of teachings on the Four Immeasurables with instruction on meditative quiescence, or shamatha practice, to empower the mind. This book includes both guided meditations and lively discussions on the implications of these teachings for our life.

©2010 Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies (P)2021 Shambhala Publications

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  • Andrew Cline
  • 07-09-22

Excellent book but the narration was a bit stiff

This is first class Dharma right here - I felt that the narration was a bit stiff, but overall this was an excellent experience and knowledge definitely worth having

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  • Lily
  • 02-02-22

A total treasure of a book

A fabulous book for any Buddhist student. A must read, it’s wonderful. I felt it needed a male voice as it’s a male writer. I find that the female voice with an annoying accent is not quite right for this ancient book of profound wisdom. A solid well spoken English would sound more serious and worthy of the words.

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