Awakened Mind: One-Minute Wake Up Calls to a Bold and Mindful Life

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Conari Press, Apr 1, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 374 pages
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Following on the success of Quiet Mind, Awakened Mind is David Kundtz's newest book of meditations for living effectively and mindfully in a busy world. As the Navajo proverb says, "When we are pretending to be asleep, no one can awaken us." We must stop the pretending and "awaken" ourselves. The book contains more than a hundred reflections on life, gratitude, creativity, diversity, and spirituality, each with an inspiring quotation and an idea for putting that meditation to use in daily life.
 

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Contents

Chapter 2
40
Chapter 3
64
Chapter 4
80
Chapter 5
106
Chapter 6
138
Chapter 7
166
Chapter 8
190
Chapter 9
214
Love and Family
238
The Ecosystemaka Home
264
Day in and Day out
288
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David Kundtz, author, speaker, and licensed psychotherapist, is also director of Inside Track Seminars, which offers courses on spiritually based stress management and emotional health for the helping profession. He has graduate degrees in both psychology and theology and a doctorate in pastoral psychology. David is also the author of Quiet Mind, Stopping, and Moments in Between, among others.

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