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The Mindful Manifesto by Jonty Heaversedge, Dr. and Ed Halliwell
Apr 01, 2012 | ISBN 9781401935375

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“A wonderful primer on the art and science of mindfulness. Includes really practical advice for easing the speed and anxiety of modern life by altering our habits of mind.”
— Susan Piver, founder of The Open Heart Project and author of How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life and The Wisdom of a Broken Heart

The Mindful Manifesto is a wonderful overview of mindfulness meditation—comprehensive, honest, and compassionate. This book helps make mindfulness accessible to all.”
— Sharon Salzberg, author of Lovingkindness and Real Happiness

“This thoughtful guide explains both why we should be more mindful and—so important—how to do it. Written in a warm-hearted and peaceful voice, this book is clear, direct, down-to-earth, and profound.”
— Rick Hanson, Ph.D., author of Buddha’s Brain

“If you want to know why mindfulness has gone mainstream, read the first chapter. If you want to learn how it can help you, read the rest of the book. It’s as clear a presentation of mindfulness practice as you’ll find anywhere.”
— Barry Boyce, editor of The Mindfulness Revolution and

“A lucid and highly practical guide to how mindfulness techniques can be of enormous benefit to our health, relationships, and peace of mind.”
— Mick Brown, author of The Spiritual Tourist and The Dance of 17 Lives

The Mindful Manifesto offers a fresh perspective on ancient wisdom. It is authentic, timely, and hugely needed.”
— Peter J. Conradi, author of Going Buddhist and Iris Murdoch

“A thoroughly well-written book that will serve as an excellent guide for anyone wishing to understand or practice mindfulness.”
— Dr. David Hamilton, author of How Your Mind Can Heal Your Body and Why Kindness Is Good for You

“An excellent manifesto for making small mindful changes that can make a huge difference in how you go through life. The authors are engaging, humorous, and candid about some of the common struggles with mindfulness, including their own. Heartily recommended.”
— Marsha Lucas, author of Rewire Your Brain for Love

The Mindful Manifesto helps us to ‘be’ more and to ‘do’ less. It’s old wisdom backed by modern science, beautifully described.”
— Professor Richard Layard, Well-Being Program Director, London School of Economics

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