The Little Book of Mindfulness: 10 Minutes a Day to Less Stress, More Peace

The Little Book of Mindfulness: 10 Minutes a Day to Less Stress, More Peace

Mindfulness is the easy way to gently let go of stress and be in the moment. It has fast become the slow way to manage the modern world - without chanting mantras or finding hours of special time to meditate.Bring these simple 5- and 10-minute practices into your day to find freedom from stress and ultimately, more peace in your life....

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Title:The Little Book of Mindfulness: 10 Minutes a Day to Less Stress, More Peace
Author:Patrizia Collard
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Edition Language:English

The Little Book of Mindfulness: 10 Minutes a Day to Less Stress, More Peace Reviews

  • Amna

    I was introduced to Mindfulness as an approach from my psych classes when we discussed CBT and other therapy methods. This book added much more to my knowledge, and helped me think about ways to infuse mindfulness in my own daily life. I'd recommend this to anyone and everyone, and I think it could actually be a very thoughtful gift.

    Truly uplifting, hopeful and peaceful.

  • Kathryn

    This little book is perfection. It gives little ideas for finding mindfulness each and every day. It is sprinkled with lovely artwork throughout the pages. It is pure joy.

  • Allison Patterson

    Wonderful little book of reminders and practical exercises to be more mindful.

    I had it as an e-book and would do some of the 5 or 1p minute exercises on my lunch break.

  • Luca Conti

    A little gem. Anyone could use this book to improve his/her life

  • Salha

    This book is wonderful for anyone who's looking for a way to de-stress or unwind from daily tensions for a couple of minutes. Each exercise takes from 5 to 10 minutes each, and you can practice them as many times as you want.

    These exercises really helped to get my day started in a much more relaxed and positive way.

  • Jan

    The book is from Patricia Collard, NOT Julia (or it should be her 2nd name)

    I've bought this nice little fellow last December 2014 during my trip to Newport Beach (California) and love her short practices. You try them one by one during your coffee or lunch break and are very effective for your daily health. Back in Europe, I make use of her advise to find a personal training schedule trainer to personalize my daily mindfulness practices.

  • Ting Tong

    Packed full of quick meditations, yoga poses and breathing techniques that help you become more mindful. Sometimes we neglect to stretch our bodies and carry around with us emotional tension and the body scanning techniques and yoga poses really helped to release this. A couple I particularly liked were mindful walking and mindful eating. This book in essence helps you to slow down and reflect on how you are at that moment in time. It also allows you to consider the present moment and how to act

    Packed full of quick meditations, yoga poses and breathing techniques that help you become more mindful. Sometimes we neglect to stretch our bodies and carry around with us emotional tension and the body scanning techniques and yoga poses really helped to release this. A couple I particularly liked were mindful walking and mindful eating. This book in essence helps you to slow down and reflect on how you are at that moment in time. It also allows you to consider the present moment and how to actually live within it.

  • Stephanie ((Strazzybooks))

    This book is great for beginners -if you're looking to add mindfulness to your life and are new to the idea, then I'd recommend it. I found it to be a little dull at times, but there were a couple ideas I highlighted.

  • Joey Woolfardis

    Everything said is pretty much fact. We are living in a too-fast, too-full, too-horrible world and we need to slow down before we kill ourselves. We don't need a book to know this, we already know. Perhaps some need a book to have it drilled in to them, or they don't quite understand until someone will a prefix to their name says something about it. It is the same with everything: we are just too lazy, too secure in our capitalist, consumerist world to really, really care. As long as we have the

    Everything said is pretty much fact. We are living in a too-fast, too-full, too-horrible world and we need to slow down before we kill ourselves. We don't need a book to know this, we already know. Perhaps some need a book to have it drilled in to them, or they don't quite understand until someone will a prefix to their name says something about it. It is the same with everything: we are just too lazy, too secure in our capitalist, consumerist world to really, really care. As long as we have the new iPhone, we care about nothing else. One book will not help that.

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