Cultivating Your Everyday Mindfulness

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In recent years the age-old concept of mindfulness has received a lot of attention. With such attention comes a flood of overwhelming information and advice. Making the concept practical and acccessible to all, the author has written a clear, concise, jargon-free guide to adapting mindfulness into daily life. An invitation to explore mindfulness in a way that's enjoyable and pressure-free. More

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About Brad Waters

Brad Waters, MSW is a career-life coach and entrepreneurial consultant based in Chicago. He provides phone-based services to clients worldwide. He is also a freelance writer, publishing on topics of career exploration and personal development. He writes the 'Design Your Path' blog for Psychology Today and is the author of several Launch Guides. Brad holds a Master's in social work from the University of Michigan and certification in holistic health care from Western Michigan University.

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Review by: sallie foley on April 24, 2013 :
As a graduate school teacher, clinical social worker with a psychotherapy practice, and daily meditator, I have found the 'it' book for mindfulness. Cultivating Everyday Mindfulness is an excellent resource--clear, concise, and practical. The metaphors, quotes, and illustrations are perfectly positioned to reinforce Brad Waters' beautiful prose. For years I have searched for a book that I can recommend to clients who wish to learn or increase their ability in their mindfulness practice. And I have also searched for a book to use for the courses I teach in clinical social work practice and in the treatment of trauma. I have added this book to my list of required readings for all my courses.
Finally, Brad Waters is generous in his resources lists and suggested readings. Those are a treasure all by themselves. Overall, you will not find another book on mindfulness with so much packed into such elegant clear writing. This is a little book that creates a big space in your life for mindfulness and teaches wisely how to cultivate that space for a lifetime.
Sallie Foley, LMSW, University of Michigan
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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