When Things Don’t Go Your Way: Zen Wisdom for Difficult Times (Hardback)
  • When Things Don’t Go Your Way: Zen Wisdom for Difficult Times (Hardback)
  • When Things Don’t Go Your Way: Zen Wisdom for Difficult Times (Hardback)
  • When Things Don’t Go Your Way: Zen Wisdom for Difficult Times (Hardback)
  • When Things Don’t Go Your Way: Zen Wisdom for Difficult Times (Hardback)
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When Things Don’t Go Your Way: Zen Wisdom for Difficult Times (Hardback)

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Published: 28/03/2024
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Zen Buddhist teacher Sunim delivers words of wisdom and reassurance for navigating life's myriad challenges in this insightful and soothing volume.

What if moments of great difficulty are, in fact, opportunities for growth and self-discovery? What if they can serve as stepping stones to greater things in life? Modern life doesn't always go our way. Loss, rejection, uncertainty and loneliness are unavoidable parts of the human experience -- but there is solace to be found.

In When Things Don't Go Your Way, Zen Buddhist teacher Haemin Sunim provides simple but powerful wisdom for navigating life's challenges. Through his trademark combination of beautiful illustrations, insightful stories, and contemplative aphorisms, Sunim helps us reframe our mindsets and develop emotional agility.

Whether you're in the midst of a crisis or simply seeking to improve your mental and emotional wellbeing, When Things Don't Go Your Way is a soothing balm that helps us all find courage and comfort when we need it most.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241457290
Number of pages: 296
Weight: 540 g
Dimensions: 182 x 134 x 28 mm


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Imagine receiving a warm hug from a book - that's exactly what you'll experience with this one. Sunim skillfully offers comforting wisdom in an accessible and gentle manner, while also embracing profound vulnerability, just as he has done with his previous books. - Vex King

In When Things Don’t Go Your Way, Haemin Sunim offers readers a warm and reassuring path through the most challenging moments of our lives. By sharing his hard-won wisdom, he guides us from hardship to self-discovery, helping us to stay centered and feel whole. - Lori Gottlieb, New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

Haemin Sunim is one of the wisest, most honest and authentic teachers I know. Drawn from his own lived experience, When Things Don’t Go Your Way offers the kind of guidance we most need when life doesn’t cooperate and we’re painfully, emotionally stuck. It shows us how our challenges themselves can become powerful fuel for spiritual awakening - Tara Brach, author of Radical Acceptance

Imagine receiving a warm hug from a book - that's exactly what you'll experience with this one. Sunim skillfully offers comforting wisdom in an accessible and gentle manner, while also embracing profound vulnerability, just as he has done with his previous books. - Vex King

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