Practicing Mindfulness: Finding Calm and Focus in Your Everyday Life

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5.2 X 7.6 X 0.8 inches | 0.55 pounds

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About the Author
Jerry Braza has been a leading voice in the field of health, psychology and mindfulness for over 35 years. A professor emeritus and dharma teacher ordained by Buddhist Master Thich Nhah Hahn, he continues to bring the essential teachings of his work into a wide variety of spiritual and secular settings.

The author of The Seeds of Love, he leads a large Sangha in Salem, Oregon and is a mentor for sangha leaders nationwide. He is often a keynote speaker at conferences and is frequently asked to lead seminars, trainings, workshops and retreats. He has led and facilitated workshops and retreats for hospitals, mental and behavioral health groups, and for non-profit organizations. He lives in Portland Oregon.
"This is a very useful guide for living mindfully. I hope you will return to it again and again and practice wholeheartedly the exercises Dr. Braza offers." -- Thich Nhat Hanh, from the foreword
"Practicing Mindfulness offers a simple and elegant teaching that can change your life." -- Jack Kornfield, author of A Path with Heart
"For anyone seeking more 'real moments, ' Practicing Mindfulness offers valuable and practical techniques for discovering joy now." -- Barbara de Angelis, PhD., Author of Real Moments
"A delightful book for people who are restless 'doers' like myself. It teaches you how to be in the moment. I highly recommend it for all 'busy bees' and restless souls." -- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D., author of On Death and Dying
"Each of the fourteen chapters in this handy little book is short, readily digestible, and presented in plain language. There are also many reflections and "tests" to engage you, so the experience is not simply about passively reading. Instead you enter into a dialogue with the teacher within your own mind." --Mindful Magazine