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The Gift of Silence

Finding peace in a world full of noise

By Kankyo Tannier

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A practical book rooted in ancient wisdom that inspires us to tap into the power of silence to manage and overcome everyday stress.

Do you struggle to find peace and quiet? Do you yearn to disconnect, find an escape, slow down and just breathe? Are you overwhelmed by modern life?

The simple solution lies in this book.

Rooted in the ancient Zen philosophies that ground her work, French Buddhist nun, Kankyo Tannier, will show you how to channel the power of SILENCE to get back in control of your thoughts and access the refuge that lies in your mind. Using her practical on-the-go tools, you'll learn how to overcome stress and capture the moments of golden stillness that will transform all areas of your life, for an enhanced wellbeing and sense of fulfilment. Kankyo's warm and engaging voice, spiritual insights, plus a sprinkling of French charm make this an accessible pleasure to read.

Switch off the noise and discover the calm and comfort you need to navigate this fast-paced world.

Unlock and practise the wisdom of SILENCE; stop surviving, pause, listen, and start thriving.

"Kankyo Tannier is the real deal...for immediate calm...after a few minutes you'll notice your breathing slows down and you feel more present (we tried it, it works)" - Cosmopolitan

"I found myself engrossed by its charm and magic. Kankyo Tannier has a lovely voice - wise and gentle and compassionate." - Rachel Kelly, author of The Happy Kitchen: Good Mood Food

Biographical Notes

Kankyo Tannier is a Buddhist nun of the Zen tradition and is being called 'the new voice of Buddhism'. She lived in a monastery in Alsace for over fifteen years before settling in the middle of a nearby forest, surrounded by trees and animals. She teaches meditation workshops and writes a blog on everyday spirituality at dailyzen.fr, has given a TEDX talk, has a blog on the Huffingon Post (France) and tweets - she is a truly modern nun, bringing her philosophy and ideas to life in a practical, accessible and light-hearted way.

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  • ISBN: 9781473673465
  • Publication date: 11 Jan 2018
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  • Imprint: Yellow Kite
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