Mindfulness for Life
Described simply, mindfulness is the art of directing our attention to 'what is' (reality) rather than 'what isn't' (our ideas of reality). With a little practice, anyone can do it, and the benefits are profound. Written by two experts with many years of personal and clinical experience, 'Mindfulness for Life' is designed to be your complete guide to living a more mindful life. Only a few minutes a day can start to change your life.
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