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Publisher Description

The multimillion-copy bestselling book of spiritual wisdom about the importance of slowing down in our fast-paced world, by the Buddhist author of Love for Imperfect Things

“Wise advice on how to reflect and slow down.” —Elle


Is it the world that’s busy, or is it my mind?

The world moves fast, but that doesn’t mean we have to. This bestselling mindfulness guide by Haemin Sunim (which means “spontaneous wisdom”), a renowned Buddhist meditation teacher born in Korea and educated in the United States, illuminates a path to inner peace and balance amid the overwhelming demands of everyday life.

By offering guideposts to well-being and happiness in eight areas—including relationships, love, and spirituality—Haemin Sunim emphasizes the importance of forging a deeper connection with others and being compassionate and forgiving toward ourselves. The more than twenty full-color illustrations that accompany his teachings serve as calming visual interludes, encouraging us to notice that when you slow down, the world slows down with you.

GENRE
Health, Mind & Body
RELEASED
2017
February 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
35.7
MB

Customer Reviews

LaLa: ,

Thank you Haemin!

I am very grateful to have stumble upon this book. I read it last year and since then, I have been inspired me to embark in a journey of continuous growth, appreciation and awareness.

herosales ,

Great read, but more inspirational than practical

Don’t get me wrong. The book is good and the wisdom in it is amazing, but sometimes I feel the works are more idealogical then practical. Of course, in a perfect world this could be helpful, but in reality a lot of things can’t be this way. Unless you really seclude yourself and are always around people exactly like you. Anyways, I would say it’s worth reading if you want your mind to escape and feel some peace about what the world SHOULD be. Love you guys!

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