Tara Brach’s Radical Acceptance is a work of intellectual and spiritual beauty. The book is a lesson on history and religion, an autobiography, a set of psychological case studies, and a spiritual guide all in one. Brach does a masterful job looking deeply at one corner of Buddhism, examining it from a multitude of angles in order to get the fullest view, all the while staying away from the common trap of trying to expand focus too much and saying too little about too large a set of subjects.
In Radical Acceptance, Brach sets out with the aim of explaining what the philosophy is, why it is important, and how the listener can go about practicing it themselves - and she succeeds, taking the listener on a veritable journey over the course of the book’s 12 chapters so that even those new to Buddhism will reach the end with enough spiritual travel time logged to feel comfortable moving forward on their own.
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