AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractMindfulness is a 2,500-year-old Buddhist meditation practice that involves focusing awareness on the present moment, the only place where an individual can truly embrace and experience life. In recent decades, mindfulness has gained popularity amongst scientists, healthcare practitioners, and the public more generally. An abundance of popular books has subsequently emerged providing different interpretations of how to practice mindfulness and apply it in daily-living contexts. However, most current approaches to mindfulness have removed it from its traditional spiritual context or overlook important scientific insights from research into this ancient contemplative technique. The Way of Mindful Warrior addresses this oversight and integrates the traditional Buddhist teachings on mindfulness with emerging insights from the scientific study of mindfulness, wellbeing and the human mind. This book is timely and presents a fresh, easily digestible, and structured path to using mindfulness not only as a tool for coping with the stresses and strains of contemporary living, but also as a means to cultivating unconditional wellbeing and for flourishing as a human being.
CitationVan Gordon, W., & Shonin, E. (2020). 'Allowing the mind to breathe'. In Van Gordon, W., & Shonin, E. 'The way of the mindful warrior: Embrace authentic mindfulness for wellbeing, wisdom, and awareness'. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, pp. 1-11.
PublisherRowman and Littlefield
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