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Mindful : June 2018
“When you are feeling nervous, your body is like a snow globe that’s been shaken.” Breathe tells the story of a young boy who is nervous and struggling to sleep. His mother guides him with imaginative breathing exercises to explore lung capacity, as well as some animal-based yoga stretches. With practice, the child discovers how these tools can rob fear and sadness of their power to keep us awake at night. This book speaks to chil- dren with the confidence that they can understand how and why attention to our breath is so powerful. BREATHE Inês Castel-Branco • Magination Press Four years ago Paige Davis received a diagnosis ever y woman dreads: breast can- cer. At just 38 years old, and long committed to healthy living, she was devastated— but in a way, she writes in this encouraging new memoir, she’d “been in training for this” for her entire life. From her teens on she’d been exploring the body–mind relationship, leading, among other things, to a daily medi- tation practice. Over the whirlwind year that includes a double mastectomy, a harrowing bout of chemotherapy, and breast reconstruction, Davis turns again and again to the breath, accessing the well of inner stillness that exists in even the most uncomfor t- able moments. It’s a power ful reminder of how presence can shift any experience into one of learning—and growth. HERE WE GROW Mindfulness Through Cancer and Beyond Paige Davis • She Writes Press June 2018 mindful 75