Walk Like a Buddha: Even When Your Boss Sucks, Your Ex is Torturing You and You’re Hung-over Again
How can I be the person I want to be when I’m stuck in a job I hate? Is it possible to sleep with more than one person at once and still be spiritual? Can I practice Buddhism and still wear really cool hats? Join 30-year-old Shambhala Buddhist practitioner Lodro Rinzler for a frank discussion on Buddhism and how meditation can inform all the nitty-gritty aspects of our daily life. His second book, Walk Like a Buddha, is based on his popular Huffington Post column and offers advice on a range of uniquely modern dilemmas we face when going out with friends on a Friday night, when your love life isn’t what you’d hope it’d be, your jerk of a boss is giving you a hard time, and you really want to create lasting societal change in the world.
Lodro Rinzler is a teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage and the author of the books The Buddha Walks into a Bar (January 2012) and Walk Like a Buddha (October 2013). Over the last decade he has taught numerous workshops at meditation centers and college campuses throughout North America. Lodro’s column, What Would Sid Do, appears regularly on the Huffington Post and his writing has appeared in Tricycle, the Shambhala Sun, Bloomberg Businessweek, Real Simple, and the Good Men Project. He is the founder of the Institute for Compassionate Leadership and lives in Brooklyn with his dog Tillie and his cat Justin Bieber.