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Book by Nattgews Nishant
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A fascinating, deeply thoughtful and provocative look at one man s devoted quest for truth. It will stimulate reflections that will open the door to greater intimacy and insights into the wondrous, deeper part of our true nature. The Friend represents a breakthrough opportunity to encounter yourself anew. --Dr. Len Zunin, MD, Author of Contact: The First Four Minutes ; also The Art of Condolence: What to write, say and do at a time of loss
A very rich and brilliantly insightful book, that will help anybody who is either searching for themselves or who is working with people. An amazing work of clarity, lucidity and guidance to compassion and a way to the inner richness of our being. A great manual for all therapists and seekers. Nishant had been working with people since over 30 years. And his wisdom and inner honestly show in this rich and deep book. A true friend he is! --Turiya Hanover, Therapist, Path of Love
Zen Buddhism and western psychotherapy are currently merging in the West much as Buddhism and Taoism did in ancient China to form Zen as we know it today. Zen allows us to experience true emptiness and no-self; psychotherapy provides tools to discover the disowned aspects of our selves that act out in underhanded, covert and even perverted ways. Zen offers probably the deepest and most profound understanding of our true self; psychotherapy helps us become healthier self-actualizing individuals. Together they can enable us to include and yet transcend self and no-self and live life as the unique and true self. I recommend The Friend as a good guide book for such journeys and understanding. --Zen Master Dennis Genpo Merzel, author of Big Mind Big Heart, Finding Your Way
"The Friend" brings a unique perspective to the science of happiness. It gives a fresh, simple understanding of happiness as a state of Being, and unhappiness as a reflection of our distance from our own Being. In modern language, it shows how we have come to be separated from our own being, and how this process happens so commonly that we hardly recognize it. Then the book offers the heartskills necessary for reconnecting with our Being. "The Friend" is both guide book and a Journey book. It teaches skills and understanding for navigating through the personality self to find the core states of Being. It also is a Journey book where we are invited to go into the inner world and discover what happens as the self responds to our own heartful attention. In the journey we find challenges, tasks, learning, and the precious inner treasures that open to our willingness to be with our self.
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