The Mindful Manifesto: How Doing Less And Noticing More Can Help Us Thrive In A Stressed Out World

  • Title: The Mindful Manifesto: How Doing Less And Noticing More Can Help Us Thrive In A Stressed Out World
  • Author: Jonty Heaversedge Ed Halliwell
  • ISBN: 9781848501942
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I really enjoyed this book. I have often thought that meditation is not for me, because my mind teems with thoughts. I have tried to empty my mind, and have failed after the tiniest part of a second. But what I was trying to do was impossible and this book clearly explained another route. So, now I know that the mind makes thoughts - that is just what it does. Some are pleasant, some are unpleasant, but all are passing unless we give them our attention. I feel quite liberated by that way of pres [...]

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    2. In an ever faster-moving world, moving beyond the demands imposed by increasing workloads, omnipresent technology and time-starved relationships and taking time to just ‘be’ can seem impossible, but the antidote to these problems – and more – is in The Mindful Manifesto. In this new and updated edition, the authors distil the essence of mindfulness meditation with compassion and skill, demonstrating its roots in ancient teachings and reinforcing this with reputable scientific research. B [...]

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    3. Some useful information about what seems like a useful thing to do. But quite blandly written, and the scientific basis is a little undermined by footnotes that turn out to refer to, say, a Guardian article about Susan Greenfield's assertions.

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    4. Kind of an extended sales brochure, which is a shame because I'd be interested in something more in-depth by these authors

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    5. A good summary of the practice as well as the science with lots of research included. Well worth reading if you want to understand mindfulness

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    6. I love this book. It's now one of my bibles.I'm almost finished this book for the 2nd time. I was at first skeptical but am now a complete fan. The writing is based on the work of Jon Kabat-Zinn, who, according to many sources (lots of great vids on Youtube), is the key person behind the movement that has brought mindfulness meditation practice into the medical mainstream. I like the authors' direct, clear unassuming storytelling, and the empowering manner of presentation of the ideas and practi [...]

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    7. best mindfulness book I read up to now

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    8. I enjoyed the book. It was an easy read and helped me to improve my mindfulness practice.

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