Meditation for Busy People: Sixty Seconds to Serenity
?This concise, jargon-free guide introduces a simple method for fitting meditation into a complex and overbusy lifestyle. The Meditation for Busy People (MBP) method is practical, portable, and suitable for any time frame — from seconds to hours. It’s also flexible enough to perform while sitting, standing, or walking. In a supportive, friendly style, the author shows us how regular or even sporadic meditation can allow us to manage life’s everyday demands with greater ease. You’ll quickly learn how to: fit meditation into your already crowded schedule, practice simple meditation techniques at work, home — anywhere, conserve and replenish your energy, and reclaim your right to enjoy life instead of endure it.
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