Author(s): Jerry Braza; Thich Nhat Hanh (Foreword by)
Thousands of readers--from prisoners to priests--have embraced Jerry Braza's insights in this book, adopting and integrating the mindful practices and habits it presents.
This new edition expands on the author's time-tested approach, introducing in-the-moment thinking and techniques for achieving clarity, focus and energy to a new generation of readers. Given the current uncertainty and changes throughout the world, all types of readers will find this guide to be useful--from those practicing mindfulness for the first time to meditation veterans.
This practical guide to mindfulness contains reflections, actions and practices that will help you to:
Practicing mindfulness means performing all activities consciously. This awareness enables us to become more fully alive in each moment, enjoy more abundance, and avoid the stress and guilt that have been written into our habits. Based on the author's Mindfulness Training Program, Braza uses this book to gently provide simple exercises for applying these practices to our daily lives.