Why Mindfulness is . Chocolate
Your Guide to Inner Peace, Enhanced Focus and Deep Happiness
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|Format: ||Paperback, 320 pages, Main Edition|
|Published In: ||Australia, 06 January 2014|
Mindfulness practice can help you reduce stress, improve performance, manage pain and increase wellbeing. These are the reasons why elite athletes, performing artists and business leaders are taking up the practice, and why it is being introduced into the world's most successful companies, banks, business schools - even the US Army. David Michie introduces mindfulness practice and offers innovative solutions to common obstacles. Drawing on ancient Buddhist teachings and contemporary science, he also takes us beyond 'mindfulness lite,' offering lucid instructions on how to experience the pristine nature of one's own consciousness directly - an encounter that is truly life-changing. Written with warmth and good humour, Why Mindfulness is Chocolate is the ultimate guide to self-discovery. It will make chocolate taste better too!
Table of Contents
1. Is mindfulness really better than chocolate?2. What is mindfulness and why does it matter?3. How to meditate4. The benefits of meditation and mindfulness5. How mindfulness benefits organisations6. Ten tips for getting into the meditation habit7. How to apply mindfulness in your daily life8. Our mindfulness journey9. How mindfulness makes us happier10. What is mind?11. How to meditate on your own mind12. Healing and the mindEpilogueAcknowledgementsFurther readingNotes
A beginner's guide to the powerful practice of mindfulness. By reclaiming the present moment with mindfulness practice, you can improve performance and increase wellbeing - and improve chocolate too!
About the Author
David Michie is the author of Hurry Up and Meditate, Buddhism for Busy People, Enlightenment to Go, and The Dalai Lama's Cat series.
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