Radhule Weininger, MD, Ph.D. shares in her new book Heart Medicine: How to Stop Painful Patterns and Fine Peace and Freedom –at Last.
We are all searching for inner peace. But unfortunately, most of us do not know how to achieve it. Weininger shares how to go from pain to peace. It is easier than one may think. First, however, you have to do the work.
Find freedom from life’s painful recurring patterns in 12 simple steps, with guided self-compassion, mindfulness, and embodiment practices.
Do you ever feel trapped by experiencing challenging feelings repeatedly—sometimes without realizing it? Or do you think, “Why is this happening to me again?” or “Why do I always feel this way?” You’re not alone. With Heart Medicine, you can learn to identify your emotional and behavioral patterns through the lens of loving awareness—without self-judgment or blame, learning to hold yourself as you would a dear friend, with space and grace.
Radhule Weininger draws on decades of experience as a therapist and meditation teacher to help readers understand the trauma behind their patterns, then offers twelve simple steps to work towards healing. Each chapter features short practices so readers can begin to put the book’s concepts to work for transformation in their own lives. With Heart Medicine, you can finally be equipped with the tools to break through the patterns that hold you back and begin to live with more freedom, confidence, and peace. And that’s good medicine, indeed.
We talk about
- The medicine of awareness
- Mental instability, old wounds, and how the current climate triggers you
- Therapy and spirituality
- Meditation and optimal health
- Painful Emotions
- Evolving from pain to peace
RADHULE WEININGER, MD, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, and meditation teacher. She leads weekly and monthly meditation groups in Santa Barbara and leads retreats in the United States and internationally at La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Spirit Rock, Insight LA, the Esalen Institute, and the Garrison Institute. She is the author of Heartwork: The Path of Self-Compassion.