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Mindful : June 2016
THE SHORT LIST CLEARING EMOTIONAL CLUTTER Mindfulness Practices for Letting Go of What’s Blocking Your Fulfillment and Transformation By Donald Altman READY, SET, BREATHE Practicing Mindfulness with Your Children for Fewer Meltdowns and a More Peaceful Family By Carla Naumburg OPERATION HAPPINESS The 3-Step Plan to Creating a Life of Lasting Joy, Abundant Energy, and Radical Bliss By Kristi Ling WHY CAN’T I MEDITATE? How to Get Your Mindfulness Practice Back on Track Nigel Wellings • Tarcher Penguin Even long-time meditators can carry a lot of resistance to actually meditating. Wellings, a psychotherapist and mind- fulness teacher, unpacks this conun- drum in all its many dimensions, offering practical advice about both the simple and deep-seated obstacles that can keep us from doing something we know is good for us and those around us. ● WIRED TO CONNECT The Surprising Link Between Brain Science and Strong, Healthy Relationships Amy Banks, with Leigh Ann Hirschman • Tarcher Perigee Relationships happen between individu- als, but also between neural pathways in your brain. Left unchecked, old habits and thinking patterns affect the way you inter- act with your closest friends and par tners. Using a system called “C.A .R.E .” that identifies various brain regions, Banks offers a way to investigate those patterns and lay down new tracks that suppor t healthier, happier relationships. SELF-COMPASSION IN PSYCHOTHERAPY Mindfulness-Based Practices for Healing and Transformation Tim Desmond • W.W. Norton Self-criticism is pervasive, and harmful. “Researchers have that found self-criti- cism is one of the biggest predictors of serious mental health problems,” writes Tim Desmond. “Relating with kindness,” as Desmond puts it, helps us shift gears. Desmond’s book integrates self-com- passion practices into therapy—for cli- ents and therapists. The book explores the science behind self-compassion and its clinical applications. UNTANGLE PODCAST By Gaiam Available on iTunes GRATITUDE Oliver Sacks • Knopf Few people can claim to have changed the way large numbers of people think about themselves and their fellow humans. Neurologist Oliver Sacks did so repeatedly. By bringing a child’s curiosity to brains that veered from the “norm,” he asked us to think of them not as defective but as unique worlds of per- ception. This tiny book of four essays, written as he faced death, over flows with joy. It is we who must be grateful. 18 mindful June 2016 reviews Bookmark This read... listen... download