The Little Book of Mind Health: A Zen Buddhist's ABC guide to living in a stressful world

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In this short essay the author presents three easy lessons designed to create a mind at peace. For the first time in this short book the author brings together in one volume mindfulness training, meditation and brain nutrition to create a holistic approach to stress management. In a no-nonsense and no-jargon approach this book will appeal to all who seek to manage stresses at home or at work. More

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About Rod Tiller

Rod Tiller has studied Zen Buddhism for more than two decades. Now retired, he worked internationally as a management consultant and project manager. His assignments took him from dysfunctional governments to civil wars. With degrees in science, management and international and community development he brought to his work all of the technical know-how expected in a busy and often chaotic world. However it was his Buddhist outlook which gave him the ability to work successfully with diverse cultures and peoples in conflict environments. What he learned from his work and now gives to others is the understanding that simplicity in design, outlook and execution of anything gives a greater chance of sustained success. He believes that we all have much to learn about how to live in today’s world and has dedicated the remainder of his time to writing about the essence of Zen and how you too can survive in conflict and chaos.


Review by: Rachel on May 8, 2016 :
Wow, this book very cleverly summarises good mind health in a nutshell, for busy people. Explained and set out clearly and it makes sense. Can't wait to read the next one.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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