By Natalie B
Date Added: Wednesday 23 January 2013
I love this teaching series. It has gone beyond expectation.
By barbara daley
Date Added: Wednesday 7 September 2011
Quite profound view on meditation combined with very practical guidance. Pema Chodron's warm and wry sense of humour is delightful and encouraging. This is an excellent tool for learning to stay in difficult times.
By Francine Joly de Lotbiniere
Date Added: Monday 14 March 2011
Excellent rendering and explanation of how to meditate. It is remarkable how Pema Chödron can simplify the practice and yet covering in depth the subtleties of the essential points of meditation. She teaches what she has lived and experienced.
By Jennie Peut
Date Added: Monday 17 May 2010
I've only listened to the first two sessions, and have already found this an invaluable guide to understanding and practicing meditation.
By Roy Tuckman
Date Added: Saturday 28 November 2009
To judge from the title, this set appears to be the least appealing of any of Pema's works, whether you are new or a veteran to her work. But this is the best or among the best of her presentations and will bring additional treasures to the most avid students or collectors.
Date Added: Friday 28 October 2011
This was fairly good.
By Tracy OMeara Smith
Date Added: Saturday 28 May 2011
Pema has a wonderful way in communicating and getting one to settle and understand the mediation process. Highly recommended
By Linda K
Date Added: Friday 27 January 2012
I downloaded this from iTunes after receiving a gift certificate. The content was helpful, but the sessions were not broken up cleanly (e.g. first session ended abruptly mid-sentence and didn't give the homework assignment). There were also long periods of silent space during which you were supposed to meditate. Perhaps it was akward to say "now hit the pause button" when she is presenting it live to a group. The last session had a terrible skipping at the end which I haven't experienced on other recordings. Given the price, I was a little disappointed with the recording quality.
By Joseph K
Date Added: Monday 31 October 2011
I listened to one of five disks of "How to Meditate" by Pema Chodronand found it to be rambling, unstructued nonsense.