Slowing down to the speed of life: how to create a more peaceful, simpler life from the inside out

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HarperSanFrancisco, May 15, 1997 - Psychology - 211 pages
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Two renowned psychotherapists and experts on stress reduction and personal growth share practical, simple exercises, lists, and helpful meditations to help readers reorganize their thinking, build meaningful relationships, and achieve a calmer state of being. Tour.

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Review: Slowing Down to the Speed of Life: How to Create a More Peaceful, Simpler Life from the Inside Out

User Review  - Sean Goh - Goodreads

No matter where you go, you always take your thinking with you. Without thinking, there would be no experience. Thoughts and feeling are inseparable. Analytic thinking works best when we have close-to ... Read full review

Review: Slowing Down to the Speed of Life: How to Create a More Peaceful, Simpler Life from the Inside Out

User Review  - Richard - Goodreads

Aimed at those feeling rush, harried, stressed or if you ever feel like you can never get enough done (so that'd be all of us, nowadays!) this book explains how you can achieve a calmer state of mind ... Read full review

Contents

Slowing Down to the Moment
1
Navigating Your Thinking
31
Getting Back to the Moment
55
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About the author (1997)

Richard Carlson is considered one of the world's foremost experts on happiness and stress reduction. He is the author of fifteen popular books, including "Easier Than You Think" and the runaway bestseller, "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff . . . and It's All Small Stuff", which was named the number-one bestselling book in America for two consecutive years, a feat never before achieved in publishing. Dr. Carlson's books have been published in over one hundred countries. He was chosen by "People" magazine as one of the most intriguing people to watch in the world and has been a popular talk-show guest.

Joseph Bailey is the president of the Minneapolis Institute of Mental Health He has trained chemical dependency counselors from around the world for the Johnson Institute in Minneapolis.

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