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Book Giveaway: Walk Like a Buddha

Book coverHow can I be the person I want to be when I’m stuck in a job I hate? How is it possible to stay present in an era of nearly constant distractions? Can I pick someone up at a bar or club and still call myself spiritual?

This nitty-gritty guide to life for the spiritual-but-not-necessarily-religious uses Buddhist teachings to answer those burning questions and a host of others related to going out, relationships, work, and social action. For a chance to win a copy, leave a comment below! We’ll choose a winner on October 23 at 12PM EST. Congratulations to Jeff! Thank you all for your comments. Please come back soon for more giveaways.

235 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Walk Like a Buddha

  1. Seems like this might be the perfect book to loan my young friends who ask me about Buddhist philosophy, but want something that fits into their busy, engaged lives.

  2. I think the writer is doing one the best jobs I’ve seen of translating teachings that are thousands if years old into to contemporary American language and culture.

  3. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book. I’ve read some of his online advice column in the past and would look forward to reading more from Lodro Rinzler.

  4. one step after the other, even if it feels very unperfect—–putting all consciousness in every single unperfect step and all that resistance to stay present in this—me walking in me, on me under me….???

  5. Look forward to reading this book. Been a fan of Shambhala for years, ever since visiting your Boston office and meeting several members of the staff.

  6. I don’t need this book any longer – I wish No body NEEDED it!
    Actually being AWAKE is far better than trying to learn.

  7. Dr. Rodriguez told me this everyday during the week I spent in a Psych ward. He spoke to me in ‘my’ language of Buddhism and I will be forever grateful to him. I gave him “The Dude and The Zen Master” upon my departure. Maybe the Universe will provide me with “Walk Like The Buddha”, as I strive to do every day~

  8. I live in México City, I love that, but a lot of my friends are stressed about living here, it´d be wonderful to read it in order to know how to manage that. Regards!

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