A Year of Living Mindfully: Week-by-week mindfulness meditations for a more contented and fulfilled life
Anna Black believes we can see our essential nature as the blue sky and our experience, good and bad, simply as impersonal weather that obscures it from time to time. We can’t stop the difficult times occurring but we can help ourselves move through them by connecting with our essential nature through mindfulness. In A Year of Living Mindfully Anna helps you to gradually integrate mindfulness into your everyday life. Week by week it suggests different activities and meditations to cultivate present moment awareness. The emphasis is on progressing at your own pace and cultivating a spirit of curiosity about the moments that make up your life. There is plenty of space to reflect on your experience and what you are discovering. Anna suggests ways to actively cultivate qualities that build our emotional resilience in the same way we may exercise to improve our physical fitness. We can learn to handle difficult emotions more positively and learn to respond to our experience rather than being hijacked by it.
'In this beautifully illustrated book, Black helps you to gradually integrate mindfulness into your everyday life...it's the perfect guide for those starting out on the road to wellness.' --Natural Health magazine, November 2015'With this easy-to-use, week-by-week mindfulness program, you can learn simple ways to integrate mindfulness into your everyday life.' --Watkins Mind Body Spirit, Spring 2016show more
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