5 thoughts on “Radical Acceptance: An Interview with Tara Brach

  • October 26, 2009 at 11:58 pm

    Hi,

    Great interview – I’m a big fan of Tara Brach. Many thanks

    Emma

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  • June 7, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    PainxSuffering

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  • February 19, 2013 at 5:07 am

    “What you resist, persists.” How very true. Thanks so much for this article. I intend to take my dog for a walk tomorrow, buy a journal, and find more by Tara Brach. The first constructive action I will have taken in months, if completed. I need an intention to heal. This has helped greatly.

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  • October 4, 2016 at 2:51 pm

    I have a great love for maintaining the quality of human dignity during the grieving process, and in general in life, however I have noticed that very few people choose to reach out and help a person who is deeply emotionally wounded, especially for college age or early 30s men. Seemingly, being vulnerable with a person who is experiencing raw emotion and pain is overwhelming for most. Having watched my father die of pancreatic cancer, I understand first hand what this can feel like, and the personal blame and self deception that occurs as a response to feeling so very alone. I was without supportive family, or even access able or local friends to reach out to. Though the massive cathartic pain has stopped, I am still seeking support community for the nurturing and caring community of healers that I know must exist somewhere. I joined this group, and Tara’s talks, because they represented that healing. I am very much seeking to share in positive, compassion driven, shared experiences any chance i have, to understand others worlds, and grow as a person. I am hoping sharing what I have experienced, and listening to others views will aid me. Feel free to contact me with any thoughts or inquiries. I am aspiring toward new friendships.

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