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Self-Meditation: 3,299 Tips, Quotes, Reminders, and Wake-Up Calls for Peace and Serenity

Self-Meditation: 3,299 Tips, Quotes, Reminders, and Wake-Up Calls for Peace and Serenity

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Rating: 4 out of 5 stars4/5 (10 ratings)
Length: 331 pages6 hours

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Don’t self-medicate—self-meditate.

Meditation is not just about sitting in a quiet room. With its thousands of inspirations, techniques, affirmations, and ideas drawn from a spectrum of spiritual practices, this portable lifesaver of a book shows how to incorporate the power of meditation into your life all day long, whether at home, in the office, in traffic, while traveling—wherever you need to catch your breath, make your mind quieter and more open, and your heart happier and more peaceful.

A mantra should be one to three syllables and have a soothing sound.
Think generous thoughts.
Affirmation: I am a fresh seed, sprouting anew.
Cook with love—it's what separates good food from mere fuel.
Every time you brush your teeth and rinse your mouth, remind yourself to speak purely and lovingly. Give your thoughts a chance to settle down.


Now, at any moment of the day or night, we can all catch our inner breath.
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Self-Meditation: 3,299 Tips, Quotes, Reminders, and Wake-Up Calls for Peace and Serenity

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Book Information

Self-Meditation: 3,299 Tips, Quotes, Reminders, and Wake-Up Calls for Peace and Serenity

Ratings:
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars4/5 (10 ratings)
Length: 331 pages6 hours

Description

Don’t self-medicate—self-meditate.

Meditation is not just about sitting in a quiet room. With its thousands of inspirations, techniques, affirmations, and ideas drawn from a spectrum of spiritual practices, this portable lifesaver of a book shows how to incorporate the power of meditation into your life all day long, whether at home, in the office, in traffic, while traveling—wherever you need to catch your breath, make your mind quieter and more open, and your heart happier and more peaceful.

A mantra should be one to three syllables and have a soothing sound.
Think generous thoughts.
Affirmation: I am a fresh seed, sprouting anew.
Cook with love—it's what separates good food from mere fuel.
Every time you brush your teeth and rinse your mouth, remind yourself to speak purely and lovingly. Give your thoughts a chance to settle down.


Now, at any moment of the day or night, we can all catch our inner breath.
Read More