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    Summary The Present Heart PDF/EBOOK (The Present Heart) Free read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Polly Young-Eisendrath I first heard of Polly in a podcast Jungianthology The 2 part episode titles Gather up your Brokeness talks about her relationship with her mentally deteriorating husband Ed and Buddhism and True Love This book was a memoir but shared a lot of insights on true love and the Two way street of its nature True love

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    PDF/EBOOK (The Present Heart) I’ve been an admirer of Polly Young Eisendrath since finding her Ted talk on YouTube about five years ago I’ve read her book The Resilient Spirit twice and found it incredibly insightful In the opening chapters

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    Summary The Present Heart Polly Young-Eisendrath ☆ 5 Free download Free read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Polly Young-Eisendrath The Present Heart A Memoir of Love Loss and Discovery is a moving and powerful reflection on what it means to truly be in relationship Polly Young Eisendrath the book's author writes a main storyline of her relationship with the love of her life and husband of many years Ed Epstein as they confront Ed's devastating earl

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  • Hardcover
  • 208
  • The Present Heart
  • Polly Young-Eisendrath
  • en
  • 21 July 2020
  • 9781609613600

Summary The Present Heart

Free download Ý The Present Heart After a chance encounter with a handsome idealistic stranger on a plane in 1969 Polly Young Eisendrath rediscovered Ed Epstein a decade later when she least expected it After untangling themselves from their existing relationships they married in 1985 and spent the next 25 years together They were soul mates but in 2001 Ed at the vital age of 53 began to show signs of Alzheimer’s disease Over the next 10 years. If Western Buddhism has been shaped by its ongoing dialogue with Psychology it s in part due to the existence of a remarkable cohort of psychologist practitioners who are also gifted writers I include psychologists psychiatrists and social workers such as Jack Kornfield Larry Rosenberg Barry Magid Harvey Aronson Jeffrey Rubin Mark Epstein Jeremy Safran Bob Rosenbaum and Polly Young Eisendrath in this elect group Young Eisendrath a Vermont based Jungian psychologist and Buddhist practitioner who has been a long term student of both Phillip Kapleau Roshi and Shinzen Young is the most prolific writer of these writers with some fourteen titles to her name Her latest book The Present Heart A Memoir of Loss Love and Discovery is a chronicle of her relationship with Ed Epstein the remarkable story of their

Free read ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Polly Young-EisendrathThe Present Heart

Free download Ý The Present Heart As her husband gradually reversed his mental maturity Young Eisendrath was faced with the uestion what is love The Present Heart is an insightful journey of living in the present moment In a deeply moving yet unsentimental voice Young Eisendrath draws on her lifelong practices of Buddhism and psychoanalysis and her own uniue view of love as well as a circle of profound thinkers including author Abigail Thomas p. Polly Eisendrath s marvelous new book illuminates the nature of true love which she calls the meeting of truth and love where each person becomes a mirror for the other a constant witness to the beloved s heart mind words and actions Only when we support one another fully in this way without illusion or criticism can we enter into a deep and unguarded relationship in which we accept and embrace each moment as it reveals itself and then move forwardPolly is a strong woman not only in her devotion to her husband but also in the way she unflinchingly embraces the cascade of emotional and financial losses that accompany his condition As he gradually loses his memory and understanding she remains present and both of them are able to experience delight in this shared presenceI have rarely seen love

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Free download Ý The Present Heart Sychoanalyst Nancy McWilliams and Buddhist teacher Shinzen YoungA thoughtful meditation on the human experience The Present Heart shows how our most intimate relationships often the source of our greatest pain can prove to be our path to spiritual enlightenment The book offers a new perspective on how to maintain engaged reciprocal relationships with a partner parent child or friend under any and all circumstanc. I first heard of Polly in a podcast Jungianthology The 2 part episode titles Gather up your Brokeness talks about her relationship with her mentally deteriorating husband Ed and Buddhism and True Love This book was a memoir but shared a lot of insights on true love and the Two way street of its nature True love is being a witness to your beloved s experience and true love reuires truth telling communication empathy and euanimity Accepting the whole person as they are This book was beautiful to read and made me really want to work at this love she speaks of It takes a lot of honesty with oneself before anything else Some people are meant to be in our lives That doesn t mean they will stay there without constantly working at it and in the podcast Polly mentions looking at the relationship with a new len