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Mindful : February 2015
The Short List GETTING TO YES WITH YOURSELF By William Ury • HarperOne Over three decades ago when William Ury and Roger Fisher published Getting to Yes , it put “win-win” into ever yday usage and established the Har vard Negotiation Project as the gold standard for getting “what you really want” while dealing with others’ needs. Ury’s years as a professional mediator led him to believe the original book required a prequel, because our biggest problem is a mindset of scarcity. The result- ing stinginess makes negotiating nearly impossible. Ury presents contemplative methods here to get past egoistic thinking. By learning to give, more of us get what we want and need in the end. SLOW MEDICINE Hope and Healing for Chronic Illness By Michael Finkelstein, M.D. PARENTING IN THE PRESENT MOMENT How to Stay Focused on What Really Matters By Carla Naumburg, Ph.D. MOVING INTO MEDITATION A 12-Week Mindfulness Program for Yoga Practitioners By Anne Cushman DISCONNECTED Youth, New Media, and the Ethics Gap By Carrie James YOUR BODY KNOWS THE ANSWER By David Rome • Shambhala Felt sense? Ever heard that phrase and wondered what the heck people are talking about? David Rome’s compact book not only makes very clear what the phrase refers to—briefly, an innate way of knowing something that is non-conceptual and felt within the body—but also gives easy-to- follow instructions for accessing this deep inner sense. In bringing together meditation methods and the practice of Focusing (using our felt sense to guide discover y and decision-making), Rome makes a helpful addition to the reper toire of techniques for bring- ing mindfulness into the nitty gritty of ever yday life. 14 mindful February 2015 reviews Bookmark This