Cheri Huber is a student and teacher in the Soto Zen tradition. She has devoted 30 years to helping people free themselves from suffering and enjoy the lives that are their birthright. Her gentleness, clarity, and humor support the challenging work of spiritual growth. She is the author of 17 books including There Is Nothing Wrong with You; The Depression Book (she has been acknowledged as the country’s foremost expert on depression and spirituality); Time-Out For Parents; and the recently released audio-retreat, Unconditional Self-Acceptance.
Cheri founded the Mountain View Zen Center and the Zen Monastery Practice Center in California. She conducts workshops and retreats at these centers and at venues around the U.S. and internationally. She has an internet-based weekly call-in radio show, Open Air. Cheri is a member of Social Venture Network, a national organization that combines social responsibility, spirituality, and business. Cheri Huber is founder and director of Living Compassion, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing peace and compassion to all aspects of life.
The Zen Monastery Cookbook: Stories and Recipes from a Zen KitchenSuffering Is Optional: Three Keys to Freedom and Joy
(Keep-It-Simple, 2002)http://www.thezencenter.org/sufferingoptional.htmlThere Is Nothing Wrong with You: Going Beyond Self-Hate
(Keep-It-Simple; Revised edition, 2001)http://www.thezencenter.org/tinwwy_revised.htmlThere Is Nothing Wrong with You for Teens
(Keep-It-Simple, 2001)http://www.thezencenter.org/tinwwyft.htmlHow to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be
(Hay House, 2000)http://www.thezencenter.org/howtoget.htmlSweet Zen: Dharma Talks from Cheri Huber
(Keep-It-Simple, 2000)http://www.thezencenter.org/sweetzen.htmlSex and Money: Are Dirty, Aren't They?
(Keep-It-Simple, 1999)http://www.thezencenter.org/sexmoney.htmlThe Key: And the Name of the Key Is Willingness
(Keep-It-Simple; Revised edition, 1999)http://www.thezencenter.org/thekey.htmlBe the Person You Want to Find: Relationship and Self-Discovery
(Keep-It-Simple, 1997)http://www.thezencenter.org/betheperson.htmlGood Life: A Zen Precepts Retreat with Cheri Huber
(Keep-It-Simple, 1997)http://www.thezencenter.org/goodlife.htmlNothing Happens Next: Responses to Questions About Meditation
(Keep-It-Simple; Reissue edition, 1995)http://www.thezencenter.org/nothing.htmlThe Fear Book: Facing Fear Once and for All
(Keep-It-Simple, 1995)http://www.thezencenter.org/fear.htmlTrying to Be Human: Zen Talks from Cheri Huber
(Keep-It-Simple, 1995)http://www.thezencenter.org/trying.htmlTime-Out for Parents: A Compassionate Approach to Parenting
(Center for the Practice of Zen Buddhist Meditation, 1994)http://www.thezencenter.org/timeout04.htmlThat Which You Are Seeking Is Causing You to Seek
(Keep-It-Simple, 1990)http://www.thezencenter.org/thatwhich.htmlThe Depression Book: Depression As an Opportunity for Spiritual Practice
(Cliffs Notes, 1990)http://www.thezencenter.org/depression.htmlHow You Do Anything Is How You Do Everything: A Workbook
selected video, audio, dvd
Unconditional Self AcceptanceThe Secret Is There Are No Secrets: An Introduction to Zen Meditation
Audio CD (Sounds True, 2005)
Video (1997)Buy at AmazonThe Secret Is There Are No Secrets: An Introduction to Zen Meditation
DVD (Openings, 2004)Buy at Amazon
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