Author(s): The Mindfulness Project
"An essential guide to mindfulness, filled with tools and practices that can enhance our well-being." (Arianna Huffington). I am here now will inspire you to explore your world with greater curiosity and find moments of mindfulness in everyday life while unleashing your creativity along the way. Be here now with exercises to challenge your powers of observation, investigation and cultivation and bring new awareness to your senses, thoughts and emotions. Practise meditation with the I am here now audio track, guided by internationally renowned mindfulness teacher Tara Brach. Use the field notes pages to record your findings and capture your insights. "Mindfulness is a simple and very powerful practice of training our attention. It's simple in that it's really just about paying attention to what's happening here and now (i.e. sensations, thoughts, and emotions) in a non-judgemental way. It's powerful because it can interrupt the habit of getting lost in thoughts, mostly about the future or past, which often generates more stress on top of the real pressures of everyday life." (The Mindfulness Project).
The interative guide that teaches mindfulness through creative challenges
"An essential guide to mindfulness, filled with tools and practices that can enhance our well-being." -- Arianna Huffington
The authors of this book, Alexandra Frey and Autumn Totton, are the founders of The Mindfulness Project. The Mindfulness Project is a platform for teaching and spreading mindfulness, which is done through a centre in London and internationally through a range of online programmes. Its team of expert teachers runs 8-week courses to build the essential skills of mindfulness and also offers advanced courses, drop-in classes, workshops and seminars on a range of mindful-living topics. Alexandra, Autumn and everyone at The Mindfulness Project are deeply motivated by the way the practice has changed and enriched their own lives and by the huge evidence base that shows it has the potential to do the same for many others. Learn more at: www.londonmindful.com