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Destructive Emotions: A Scientific Dialogue with the Dalai Lama (2003)

de Daniel Goleman, Dalai Lama

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This rich exchange between East and West, spirit and science examines such questions as why seemingly rational people commit acts of cruelty and violence, what are the root causes of destructive behavior, and whether we can learn to control the emotions that drive these impulses.
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Re-reading - the audiobook narrator feels a bit deadpan, but the book is still worth the re-read.

2nd read through: good lessons and ideas. Particularly interesting to an atheist. ( )
  jzacsh | Sep 9, 2020 |
Good synthesis of East and West... ( )
  Brightman | Nov 21, 2017 |
This is not an easy read. This is not the kind of material that I breezed through and I've found that while the rational and logical aspects kept me rooted, some realizations along the way were pretty painful. I read this with a journal next to me. And I'm not finished reading it yet. The book offers a lot of self-reflection and one of the most poignant takeaways I received from this is how the Dalai Lama had to take a break during one seminar when he learned that Westerners hated themselves. He never thought that anyone can be capable of that.

I can read this over and over again, but in different phases of my life. Really grateful for this book. ( )
  autumnleaving | Sep 27, 2013 |
Libro che illustra la possibilità di vivere meglio imparando a gestire le proprie emozioni negative, controllandole. Migliorando di conseguenza anche la realtà esterna influenzando chi sta intorno a noi, un pò come una macchia d'olio che si allarga.

La cosa che più mi piace è la dimostrazione dell'effettiva utilità del dialogo tra filosofia buddista e scienza. Ciò dimostra che spiritualità e scienza sono parti complementarie e non antagoniste, come invece si tende ancora a credere spesso e volentieri a casa nostra.

Ciò che mi è piaciuto un pò meno, e che mi ha spinto a dare solo tre stelle al libro, sono state alcune parti un pò troppo tecniche. Ma avendo già letto un altro libro di Goleman che presentava le medesime difficoltà (Intelligenza Emotiva) sapevo che sarebbe stato utile leggere anche questo. Soprattutto grazie all'apporto di una filosofia di vita dalla quale ho davvero tanto da imparare. ( )
  albertoivan1981 | Nov 1, 2012 |
Listened to audiobook. Found this to be a fascinating account of how "Western" science can now measure the cost of destructive emotions on human life and how Buddhist traditions, along with other religious traditions, have developed considerable practice and techniques for reducing the experience of destructive emotions in one's life. In particular, brain scans of an advanced buddhist monk provided astounding evidence of bodily functions responding to a variety of meditative states. The book is a fairly detailed account of a multi-day conference of presentations by Western academics and response by the Dalai Lama and fellow Buddhist practiioners.
  tjcasserly | Aug 3, 2010 |
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