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The Unexpected Power of Mindfulness and Meditation

Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781529332407

Price: £9.99

ON SALE: 15th April 2021

Genre: Health & Personal Development

‘Anyone interested in meditation should read this book.The Dalai Lama

‘Ed and Deb remind us all just how important it is to look after the health and happiness of the mind. With warmth and humor they show us how to integrate the timeless qualities of awareness and compassion into everyday life.’ Andy Puddicombe, founder, HEADSPACE


This book is essential reading for anyone – both newcomers to mindfulness and meditation as well as long-time devotees – wishing to make positive changes in their lives. It teaches you how to reach your quiet inner place where meditation and mindfulness can help resolve issues such as anger and fear, relationship breakdown, forgiveness, parenthood, and a lack of self-esteem. Read wisdom from the Dalai Lama, Jon Kabat-Zinn and Marianne Williamson who discuss their methods of maintaining good mental health and happiness. People everywhere now realise the profound benefits of mindfulness and meditation to reduce deep-rooted stress, calm the mind, become kinder, and find true happiness.

Reviews

I can be as nuts as the next person, living in a world like we live in with the craziness and chaos. It takes work to retain our sanity in the midst of all that, and to me meditation is the most powerful tool for doing so.
Marianne Williamson, New York Times bestselling author, A Return to Love
Ed and Deb remind us all just how important it is to look after the health and happiness of the mind. With warmth and humor they show us how to integrate the timeless qualities of awareness and compassion into everyday life.
Andy Puddicombe, Founder of HEADSPACE
Treat this book as you would a cookery book. You wouldn't just read recipes; you'd try them out. Like cookery, meditation only makes sense if you experience it.
The Dalai Lama