The Zen Path Through Depression by Philip Martin

The Zen Path Through Depression

byPhilip Martin

Paperback | August 11, 2009

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A Compassionate and Spiritual Approach to Rediscovering Joy

Using easy-to-follow techniques and practical advice, Philip Martin shows you how to ease depression through the spiritual practice of Zen. His lessons, full of gentle guidance and sensitivity, are a product of his experiences in using Zen practices and wisdom to alleviate his own depression.

Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of depression and recommends a meditation or reflection. With these tools, coping with depression becomes a way to mend the spirit while enriching the soul.

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Philip Martin has practiced Buddhism for more than thirty years. He has worked as a social worker and case manager for twenty-five years, and is also a workshop leader. He lives in Red Wing, Minnesota.
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Title:The Zen Path Through DepressionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.4 inPublished:August 11, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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"A wonderful, strong breath directly into the heart. Martin lays a very healing foundation for addressing suffering with love and awareness. For those lost in unhappiness, The Zen Path Through Depression, offers the possibility of joy. Happiness comes from getting what you want, joy from being who you truly are." (Stephen Levine, author of Who Dies? and A Gradual Awakening)