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Patrick's recent book, A Practical Guide to Mindful Meditation, can be found at Amazon.com.


WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT PATRICK'S TEACHING

"Patrick Kearney is the best mindfulness teacher it has been my experience to work with. I appreciate the depth of his insights into the Buddha’s teaching, meanings that have resonated with me personally. Few teachers can help smooth a student’s own experience with mindfulness practice as he does. Last, and hardly least, Patrick has a huge heart, and this manifests in all his teachings. I cannot recommend a workshop with Patrick Kearney highly enough."


Kit Laughlin
Creator of Stretch Therapy and author of two best-selling books, Overcome Neck & Back Pain and Stretching & Flexibility, along with numerous DVDs, videos and articles. His website is found at stretchtherapy.net.


"As a Business Coach/Consultant, Mindfulness Practice has enabled me a significant clarity of mind in decision making for my own business decisions and those of my clients. It has also facilitated a greater insight into my own business and personal purpose, develop a greater empathy for others, and has been a significant help in growing my emotional intelligence. These traits have enhanced my leadership capability.

"I have worked with Patrick over a 6 year period and his lifetime of knowledge and experience enables him to deliver his Mindfulness training and coaching in a simple, concise, and practical way."


Steve Goddard
Director, Acuity Coaching and Consulting Chairman, CPS Capital


"Patrick has been my teacher and Mindfulness guide for many years now. Drawing on a rich and complex breath of knowledge, both as a practitioner and an academic, he presents the philosophy and skills of Mindfulness in an openhearted, clear, often humorous and always compelling way. It is always a joy to benefit from his teaching"

Rita Young
Somatic Psychotherapist | Mindfulness Teacher
Directer,
Sydney Mindfulness Training






dhar.ma

  1. fundamental nature of reality.
  2. one's response to that nature; duty.
  3. the teaching of the Buddha.

[Origin: 1790–1800; < Skt: custom, duty, akin to dharayati upholds, maintains]

sa.lon
  1. a reception room in a house.
  2. a hall or room for the practice of dharma.
  3. an assembly of guests in such a room, esp. one consisting of those interested in society, philosophy, politics, Buddhism, etc.

[Origin: 1705 - 15; < F < It salone, equiv. to Skt & Pali sala hall]

dhar.ma sa.lon
A place where friends gather to practise and discuss the Buddha's Dharma.

I have often been asked to recommend books or other materials regarding different aspects of Buddhism. Here is my list of recommended readings, both paper and internet. Have a look here and see if anything interests you.