Just Listen

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Broadway Books, 1998 - Religion - 288 pages
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This wise and inspiring book will help you discover what you really want from life and find the courage to pursue your dreams. Adapting Zen principles and practices to modern-day life, O'Hara takes you step-by-step through an entire process of meditations, simple exercises, and questions to clear your busy mind and make you more aware, self-accepting, and active in living a satisfying life. Sitting still and breathing, writing thoughts on paper, letting down barriers, and moving your body all combine to improve spiritual progress, empower relationships, and remove the psychological obstacles that hold you back.

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Just listen: a guide to finding your own true voice

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O'Hara (Find A Quiet Corner, Warner, 1995) runs Quiet Corner workshops in New York City. On the basis of her life experiences, she believes that finding serenity is not enough--that we also need to ... Read full review

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Contents

Becoming Aware
3
What Is Our Purpose Here? Busy Mind Clean Sweep Your
24
LETTING GO
44
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About the author (1998)

Nancy O'Hara's first book, Find a Quiet Corner, was a national bestseller.  A full-time writer, she currently conducts Quiet Corner workshops in and around New York City, where she lives.

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