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An accomplished and honored professor, psychotherapist, author, and chocolate connoisseur, Diane Gehart identifies surprisingly efficient and fun ways to increase your daily dose of joy. Drawing on positive psychology, Eastern wisdom, and three decades of psychotherapist know-how, she outlines a no-nonsense yet good-humored path to get you where you want to go. She will teach you step-by-step how to: Identify the essential elements necessary for life-long happiness and add them to your everyday habits. Develop an unshakable sense of inner joy that sustains you in good times and bad. Engage your most painful life circumstances to dramatically improve your life for the better. Navigate common pitfalls and challenges, including skillfully handling the most difficult personalities and relationships. Transform how you journey through life-making it a joy ride regardless of weather or other unforeseen circumstances. First, she debunks popular myths that have us looking for happiness in all the wrong places and then offers an accurate map for getting where we want to go. Next, readers will learn the hardest but ultimately most liberating lesson: making friends with life and all that is, including the good, the bad, and the ugly-which includes black widow spiders for some of us. From there, you will learn surprisingly playful and palatable options for maximizing your joy, including mindfulness, crazy wisdom, compassion, and ethical living. Finally, you will learn how to avoid-or at least survive-the common pitfalls and the dangerous snakes that line the path from where you are to where you want to go. If you have avoided meditation and similar practices for most of your life because they are dull and boring, you may find something that suits your refined and zesty taste for living here. Along the way, you will have numerous opportunities to laugh, to cry, and to reconnect with the best within yourself. You will suddenly discover your most desperate challenges dissolving before you, revealing an easier path and renewing your delight in living and loving. Worst-case scenario: You will have educational excuses to savor some chocolate delights, enjoy a few good laughs, and gain a handful of new insights about your life. Whether you are reeling from a devastating break-up; feeling adrift professionally; struggling with depression, anxiety, or more severe mental health issues; or simply wanting to feel happier given the numerous blessings in your life, this book will help you make changes that you could never accomplish before because you will now be motivated to do something different. Ultimately, this book invites you to play. To laugh. To love. To heal old heartbreaks. To overcome what was once impossible. To open your heart to life and all it has to offer: white, milk, and dark. The stresses of modern life often create the illusion that life is hard, painful, and lonely. You are only a few bites away from an entirely different approach to living a sweeter life.
Vibrant and thought-provoking, Mantra Art harnesses the power of an innovative art form to encourage a personal inner journey towards understanding one's own divine nature. Each meditative painting is imbued with thousands of miniscule, handwritten mantra inspired by the Sikh concept of Oneness - a universal approach to life that is mindful of the Divine presence in everything and everyone, and thus recognises all people as equal. Accompanying the images are insights from the artist illuminating how each artwork was instrumental in aiding her own personal and powerful experiences of joy, exuberance, peace and self-healing.
Stop and be still. This book is the antidote to the information overload of the modern age, helping readers to disengage from chaos and find stillness within. In this practical book, experienced osteopath Ian Wright blends holistic disciplines - including those from Buddhism,Taoism and Aboriginal traditions - with modern science and fluid dynamics to help readers quieten their minds to self-heal. Through mindfulness and meditation techniques, he guides readers towards a calm, nonreactive 'state of neutrality', while at the same time allowing them to establish a very deep connection between their senses and the world.
Meditation is hotter than ever, with everyone from doctors to therapists recommending people engage in a daily meditation practice to reduce anxiety, stay focused, and be more present in their daily lives. In fact, the Calm meditation app for iPhone was Apple's most popular app download in 2017. Unlike an app, however, this beautiful journal helps you unplug and take a break from constant screen time to centre yourself and be present. This journal will include meditations and exercises to help you be more present, plus space to write down your thoughts about your meditation practice.
'A persuasive argument as to why meditation is the answer to a better life and a better planet' - Lisa Messenger, entrepreneur and founder, Collective Hub Calm your mind. Unlock your power. Save the planet. Our world is suffering from a number of growing crises: wars, climate change, the threat of economic collapse. We're at a tipping point, but there is another way. Revealing an ancient road map that has helped guide people to transformation for centuries, this inspirational book and documentary film take us to the very core of what's needed for humanity today: meditation. The Portal explores how meditation and mindfulness will unlock your power, grow your compassion for those around you and awaken your thirst for change. Sharing personal stories from six people who healed their lives through meditation as well as compelling insights from some of today's most innovative thinkers, The Portal shares a vision for humanity transformed. Weaving a vibrant tapestry of technology, love, the future, existentialism, human potential, brain hacking and inner peace, it will rekindle your excitement for the future. Is an enlightened planet possible? Enter The Portal to find out.
A lovely invitation to embrace a beginner's mind again - to experience the wonder of doing things for the first time with mindfulness, focus and joy. This lovely workbook is an ideal gift for creative friends, too. - Psychologies Creative Flow is a mindful workbook to treasure, encouraging the use of focused creativity to cultivate everyday beautiful awareness. Exploring meaningful ways we can appreciate each of life's precious moments, this loving-illustrated enchanting guide helps us to notice and note, embrace play and focus again on breathing and simply being. - Soul & Spirit Creative Flow is a mindful workbook to treasure, encouraging the use of focused creativity to cultivate beautiful awareness every day. Exploring meaningful ways we can appreciate each of life's precious moments, this enchanting guide helps us to notice and note, embrace play, and focus again on breathing and simply being. Author Jocelyn de Kwant invites us all to embrace a beginners' mind, to add time back into our busy lives using the art of creative mindfulness. Practical prompts entwine with lengthier meditative notes on the joys of doodling and scribbling, and the joy of sensory play and reconnecting with the natural world. This lovingly-illustrated workbook is a timely reminder of the ways in which creative flow can enhance and enrich our lives.