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Enough!: A Buddhist Approach to Finding Release from Addictive Patterns
By: Chonyi Taylor
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is a hands-on guide to help put an end to the patterns that sabotage the potential for a true and satisfying happiness. All of us are caught up in addictions--big or small.
presents a practical path that releases us from the grip of negative habits and addictions that block a full and meaningful life.
We can learn how to undo our habits and addictions, but to do this we have to first find their triggers. With the right techniques we can disarm them and learn more effective ways for dealing with the pain that so often underlies our problem-causing behaviors. Without the support of effective methods we are likely to return to our addictions when pain and painful issues arise. Chonyi Taylor helps us break through that cycle, reconnect with ourselves and others, and feel more centered in our spiritual awareness.
Chonyi Taylor (Dr. Diana Taylor) was ordained as a Buddhist nun by the Dalai Lama in 1995. Active in the worlds of both Buddhism and Western psychology, she teaches Buddhism from simple to advanced levels and participates in interfaith conferences and workshops for psychologists and health professionals. She is currently a lecturer and supervisor in the Graduate Diploma Program in Buddhism and Psychotherapy for the Australian Association of Buddhist Counselors and Psychotherapists and is an honorary lecturer in Psychological Medicine at Sydney University.
A Buddhist Approach to Finding Release from Addictive Patterns
List of Meditations
I've Tried Before, But I Fall Back
What is Addiction?
So What Can We Do?
Learning to Control Compulsions
Addictions and Drug Dependencies
A Balanced Plan for Undermining and Removing Addictions
How We Can Change the Compulsive Mind:
Habits and Meditation
Finding Inspiration to Change
Habits and Change
Motivation, Repetition, and Reward
Mindfulness, Introspection, and Equanimity
Some Practical Guidelines for Meditation
What Can Be Done Right Now?
Emergency Actions: Fleeing or Freezing
Breathing and Relaxing Exercises
Mental Spa Baths
Freedom from Acting Compulsively:
Working with the Mind
What Is the Mind?
More on Equanimity
Developing Awareness and Equanimity Through Meditation
Myths and Realities about Happiness and Pleasure
Finding Triggers and Choosing to Change
How Does Something Come to Be a Trigger?
Emotions and Habits
Freedom to Choose
Exaggeration and Pain
Exaggeration, Denial, and Pain
Loaded Emotions and Exaggerations
Emotions and Desires
Confidence Comes from Having a Little Wisdom:
Separating Good Feedback from Bad
Making Choices and Managing Pain
Freedom from Pain and the Fear of Pain
Accept Pain or get Relief?
Moving Towards Pain
Making Choices and Building Self-Confidence
Cleaning Out Rubbish: Forgiveness
Forgiving and Being Forgiven: The Story of Carri
Panning for Gold
Our Addiction is Part of the Solution
What is the Point in Saying "Enough!"?
Freedom from the Isolation of an Addiction:
Tools for Reconnecting
Values and Happiness:
The Sixteen Guidelines for a Happy Life
Tools for How We Think:
Humility, Patience, Contentment, Delight
Tools for How We Act:
Kindness, Honesty, Generosity, Right Speech
Tools for How We Relate to Others:
Respect, Forgiveness, Gratitude, Loyalty
Tools for Finding Meaning:
Principles, Aspiration, Service, Courage
Freedom to be Happy
Looking Ahead: Wisdom, Compassion, and Happiness
How to Develop Wisdom-Love: Introducing Bodhichitta
Putting It All Together
Appendix 1: Explanation for Professionals
Appendix 2: The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous
Appendix 3: The Buddhist Eightfold Noble Path as Described in Workshops on Addiction
Appendix 4: Some Useful Websites
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