The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down

Author: Haemin Sunim
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698156420
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This bestselling mindfulness guide by Haemin Sunim (which means “spontaneous wisdom”), a renowned Buddhist meditation teacher born in Korea and educated in the United States, illuminates a path to inner peace and balance amid the ...

Publisher: สำนักพิมพ์มติชน
ISBN: 9740203493
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Work Smarter Live Better Flash

Author: Tina Konstant
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444141651
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Recall that feeling and, when you have it back, go back to your heart. 7. ... The
purpose is to encourage the blindfolded person to describe what they hear, smell
, taste or feel by describing the pictures they see in their heads when they are ...

Instant Manager Overcoming Information Overload

Author: Tina Konstant
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444149350
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Think of a busy airport, people rushing everywhere, bumping and complaining,
looking lost and bewildered. ... You become tense and before you know it, you
would rather you weren't taking any trip to any exotic island. ... A change in
perspective allows you to experience a different world, one free from anger,
frustration, fear and debilitating tension. ... matters worse you have the skills
required to stop, slow down, change your perspective and see things in a more
constructive light.

The Oberlin Evangelist

Author: Henry Cowles
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The fact is, calm medital ion does not comport with the tone of our times. ... Look
at the context of our Psalm, and you will see that, while on the negative side,
David delineates the good man as " not walking in the ... yet on the positive side
he needs only to tell us that •« his delight is in the law of the Lord, and that in his
law he doth meditate day and night. ... the busy world for meditation may bo
abused, yet good men have strongly felt the need of it, and on this felt need, as
on one of its ...

Take Your Time

Author: Eknath Easwaran
Publisher: Nilgiri Press
ISBN: 1586380958
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Through stories and step-by-step advice, a respected meditation teacher shows how to calm our minds in the midst of the busiest schedule, opening the door to a wiser, happier lifeComplements time management books by tackling the root ...

Author: Daniel H. Pink
ISBN: 9789749457726
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The Body Book

Author: Brenda Marshall
ISBN: 9780890091661
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Unfortunately, living in our hectic modern world, staying serene, calm and
tranquil is not so easy. ... a new hobby such as model making, knitting,
dressmaking, framing pictures, anything that gets your hands and mind busy.
Make a list of all the things you have to do, then tick them off as you go along. Try
writing down your problems. ... Yoga and meditation can be an aid to slowing
down your life pattern. ... Your doctor often has time only to treat the symptom, not
the underlying cause, ...

World Union

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If you observe yourself carefully, you will see that when your mind is disturbed,
agitated, your breathing is irregular. ... So, if the mind is restless with too many
thoughts, the first thing to do in meditation is to regulate the breathing. ... Once
you arrive at that stage where you feel calm, you feel the mind falling into a
pattern, then the third step is to draw back all your mental faculties that ... But
because you don't participate in those thoughts, you don't run with the thoughts,
they slow down.

The Independent

Author: Leonard Bacon
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"Nay," interposed Clotilde anxiously; "it is, indeed, three years since I have seen
his dear face, but I have never believed him to be dead. ... she said, and fled up
the stairs like some wild, frightened thing. ... calm cheerfulness that both children
shrank timidly to the furthest corner of the room, crouching down for warmth. ...
The boy slipped down the rickety stairs, as silently as_ he could, only stopping a
mo. ment on the landing of the flrst .... "WxLL, little girl, what are you so busy