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Mindful : August 2016
THE SHORT LIST SLEEP SMARTER 21 Essential Strategies to Sleep Your Way to a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success By Shawn Stevenson LIVING WITH DIFFERENCE How to Build Community in a Divided World By Adam B. Seligman, Rahel R. Wasserfall, and David W. Montgomery CURE A Journey into the Science of Mind Over Body Jo Marchant • Crown What power does the mind have to heal the body? Science writer Jo March- ant explores research into the placebo effect, meditation, prayer, conditioning, and hypnosis. Her aim is to re-introduce “mind” into conventional science and medicine, since “body”—a more mea- surable unit of study—has “sidelined the more intangible effects of the mind.” ON THE VERGE Wake Up, Show Up, and Shine Cara Bradley • New World A business coach, a basketball coach, and a congressman endorse this book, which gives you a good idea of whom it’s aimed for. Bradley is a former professional figure skater—think of many long cold mornings of practice and thousands of trips and falls—who now teaches yoga and mindful- ness, to develop what athletes call “mental strength” or agility. Bradley’s upbeat spirit jumps off the page in a book that is both practical and inspirational for active people who want to synchronize their body and mind to per form at their best. EAT RIGHT: NOW! Judson Brewer • Claritas MindSciences Stress-eating is like scratching an itch. “ We get a momentary distrac- tion because our brain gets a spritz of dopamine,” says cravings expert Judson Brewer. For some, that chemical surge trumps stress and provides a feeling of control, creating a habit. Eat Right: Now! trains users to differentiate between stress-related hunger and actual hunger. Users learn mindfulness practices to ride out cravings and can find suppor t from an online community. MINDFULNESS How School Leaders Can Reduce Stress and Thrive on the Job By Caryn M. Wells IT DIDN’T START WITH YOU How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle Mark Wolynn • Viking Many people who meditate begin to discover how vulnerable they are as they notice old wounds that have festered, unattended. If you prick us, we bleed. If you prick us with words and attitudes, we bleed inside. The wounds scab over, but the scars remain, and can be passed on generation to generation, creating new wounds. Wolynn presents practi- cal methods to examine where this pain resides and find healing and resilience. BEING TRUE What Matters Most in Work, Life & Love By Tami Simon MINDFUL SELF- COMPASSION Core Meditations By Christopher Germer 18 mindful August 2016 reviews Bookmark This read... listen... download