Summer reading ideas from Windhorse PublicationsOn Fri, 14 May, 2021 - 14:39
With summer in the northern hemisphere fast approaching, and infections under control in many places, including here in the UK, lockdown restrictions are beginning to ease. What joy to be able to spend time together again! Some of us are making plans to go away on holiday, even if the choice of destination is somewhat limited.
We’re really proud of our new books this year and we think any – or all! – of them would make great summer reading. Whether you’re packing your suitcase, or just sitting outside in the sun, here’s some information to help you choose the right summer read for you:
If you’re interested in: Meditation and mindfulness
You might like: Uncontrived Mindfulness: Ending Suffering through Attention, Curiosity and Wisdom by Vajradevi. It’s a guide to exploring our experience as it happens, using attention and curiosity to see through the delusion that is causing our suffering.
Listen to the free guided meditations Vajradevi has recorded to accompany Uncontrived Mindfulness.
If you’re interested in: Women in Buddhism
You might like: I Hear Her Words: An Introduction to Women in Buddhism by Alice Collett. It’s an ideal introduction to gender studies in Buddhism and the history of women in the tradition.
Available: Later this month
If you’re interested in: Ecology
You might like: The Burning House: A Buddhist Response to the Climate and Ecological Emergency by Shantigarbha. In The Burning House Shantigarbha asks how we can wake up and respond to the climate and ecological emergency from a Buddhist perspective.
Sponsor The Burning House to receive a free eBook and a free paperback as soon as it’s published.