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Mindful : October 2016
THE SHORT LIST THE WAY OF REST Finding the Courage to Hold Everything in Love By Jeff Foster THE HERE AND NOW HABIT How Mindfulness Can Help You Break Unhealthy Habits Once and For All By Hugh G. Byrne HELLO, BICYCLE An Inspired Guide to the TwoWheeled Life Anna Brones • Ten Speed Sometimes the best cure for a cluttered mind or gloomy disposition is to hop on a two-wheeled vehicle and take a leisurely ride to who-cares-where. Bike riding is one of life’s simple joys; it’s also good for our bodies and the planet. Brones’ guide offers something for every kind of biker—hardcore “cyclists,” casual peddle-pushers, those who haven’t mounted a bike in decades—from maintenance advice to picnic tips. THE POWER OF OFF The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World Nancy Colier • Sounds True Having a universal communicator, satellite-driven locator, and encyclope- dia of all knowledge everpresent at our finger tips is making us a little bit crazy, and—according Nancy Colier, one of the newest entrants in the tech-sur vival guide game—a little bit unkind. As a therapist she has a window onto how a “teched-out mind” can make you unhappy. Her stories are warm, sad, funny at times, and they start to make you think too much “conve- nience” can actually be ver y unconvivial. DRAWING YOUR OWN PATH 33 Practices at the Crossroads of Art and Meditation John F. Simon Jr. • Parallax If you like the idea of mindfulness coloring books but you’re more of a draw-outside-the-lines kind of person, Drawing Your Own Path can give you the best of both worlds. This instructional manual offers a variety of exercises for bringing together mindfulness and creativity, alongside personal anecdotes and musings from author and artist John F. Simon, Jr. TENSE BEES AND SHELL-SHOCKED CRABS Are Animals Conscious? By Michael Tye GROWING UP MINDFUL Essential Practices to Help Children, Teens, and Families Find Balance, Calm, and Resilience Christopher Willard • Sounds True According to Chris Willard, in a kid’s world there are three main elements: studying, social life, and sleeping. The problem is that, because of limited time and other constraints, you only get to pick two of those. As a result, kids are more stressed than ever, and their parents are in a very similar boat. And when kids are in pain, they will do things to escape it, and not all of those are healthy. Willard’s book is bursting with skill-developing practices that are easy to bring into the everyday life of a child or teen (and their parents too!). WHOSE MIND IS IT ANYWAY? Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Life By Lisa and Franco Esile 18 mindful October 2016 reviews Bookmark This read... listen... download