About himself, he says with plenty of sarcasm, honest, unvarnished, but without the unnecessary self-abasement.
And, oddly enough, interesting talks. At some point in their life the author — Dan Harris begins to meditate very interesting and instructive to read how he comes to this , and gradually his whole life changes.
Explains, in my opinion, brilliantly, without any mumbo Jumbo and vague conversations about spirituality and transcendence.
I was particularly impressed by two things. Those pieces, where he talks about Buddhism — not religion, but philosophy.
One friend, a Buddhist, said: we Have God, we have a teacher. Now, what Harris has learned from Buddhism, very interesting and thought-provoking.
Lesson 2: Be simple, not a simpleton – why letting go of your ego won’t make you a pushover.
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10% Happier: Getting Started with Meditation with Dan Harris