Mindfulness: An Eight-Week Plan for Finding Peace in a Frantic World
This book reveals simple but powerful practices you can use in your daily life to help break the cycle of anxiety, stress, unhappiness, and exhaustion.
It can help you find the kind of happiness and peace that gets into your bones. It becomes part of everything you do and it can help you cope with the worst that life can throw at you with new courage and equanimity.
The book is based on Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). This is focused on a straightforward form of mindfulness meditation which takes just a few minutes a day. Try it and the full benefits will be revealed.
MBCT has been clinically proven to be at least as effective as drugs for depression and is widely recommended by US physicians and the UK's National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence.
In other words, it works.
And it works for people who are not depressed but are struggling to keep up with the constant demands of the modern world.
MBCT was developed by the book's author, Oxford professor Mark Williams, and his colleagues at the Universities of Cambridge and Toronto.
By investing just 10 to 20 minutes each day, you can learn the simple mindfulness meditations at the heart of MBCT and fully reap their benefits. The book includes links to audio mediations to help guide you through the process.
You'll be surprised by how quickly these techniques will have you enjoying life again. Here is the link;
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