The price paid for today’s fast-paced, always-connected lives is often stress, anxiety, and depression. While drawing on ancient wisdom, Donald Altman embraces 21st-century science to create practical, everyday strategies for experiencing a “less-encumbered and entangled state of being.” These techniques reactivate innate, natural abilities — the mindful brain we all possess. The four keys for unlocking mindfulness are the body, mind, spirit, and relationship keys. Miller presents practices for turning each key toward contentment, confidence, and joy, including shifting our mental and emotional perceptions, inhabiting the body and its “sense-abilities,” exploring spiritual connection, and tapping into the healing powers of community and relationship. While inviting and accessible to mindfulness beginners, these are powerful tools for anyone ready to transform their life from the inside out.
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The Mindfulness Code: Keys for Overcoming Stress, Anxiety, Fear, and Unhappiness 2010-12-01 01:48:31 Jude Bell
According to an article in the BBC News, recent research shows that people spend 50% of their waking hours daydreaming. After reading The Mindfulness Code by Donald Altman, I believe that an even more interesting question would be how much time each day people spend being fully present. 5%? 10%? None?