Mindfulness for Compassionate Living
By Patrizia Collard
Self-compassion is a life-changing way of thinking that is rooted in Mindfulness. By learning to have more loving kindness and forgiveness for ourselves, we have more empathy and compassion for others. The self-compassion movement has been growing rapidly over the past two years with recent research into the neuroscience of compassion showing that changing our thinking habits makes new neural pathways in the brain - and that compassion can be learned. The benefits of this practice are personal and global, from learning to manage chronic pain to relieving stress, boosting the immune system and circulation, along with improving relationships as we connect more authentically with others.
By Christina Rodenbeck
Through the ancient tradition of meditation you can access a calm, quiet part of your mind that is free from the stresses of daily life. Meditation to Go shows you hor to find inner sanctuary through simple mantras, exercises, chakras and postures. The book is split into easily-digestible chapters, which cover each part of daily life including establishing a morning routine, to setting up a relaxing workspace, to calming down in the evening. Christina Rodenbeck suggests simple ways to meditate in a variety of situations as well as providing advice on how to integrate meditation permanently into your life.
By Eilean Bentley
Massage is a holistic therapy that can be used to balance the mind as well as the body. Massage to Go is ideal for anyone who wishes to bring well-being to either themselves or their partner. Eilean Bentley offers advice on how to use massage in the daily routine whether at work, whilst travelling or within a relationship. She offers step- by- step guides for how to massage different parts of the body from the head down to the feet. Bentley believes touch is very powerful and that massage can also contribute to the healing process. She suggests the right gemstones to use for particular ailments along with providing images to locate the pressure points. A must-have tool for the busy person.