In this episode Professor Thurman is joined by Chris Grosso for an extended discussion on the role of mentoring in recovery and the value of compassion in working with at risk youth and those facing conflict.
Podcast includes: an overview of the Buddhist perspective on Death, a discussion of peer and addiction recovery counseling, a short history of mindfulness in the alternative music scene, introductions to the mis-titled “Tibetan Book of the Dead” and to the tools and techniques used by Chris in his work.
Tibet House US Conversations : Chris Grosso – Ep. 221 of the Bob Thurman Podcast Photo via www.TheIndieSpiritualist.com.
Chris Grosso is an author, independent culturist, spiritual aspirant, recovering addict, and speaker. He writes for Origin magazine, Mantra Yoga + Health magazine and created the popular hub for all things alternative, independent, and spiritual with www.TheIndieSpiritualist.com.
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The Tibetan Book of the Dead
The so-called "Tibetan Book of the Dead" has been renowned for centuries as a classic of Buddhist wisdom and religious thought. More recently, it has become highly influential in the Western world for its psychological insights …