By William L. Mikulas
In state-of-the-art busy global, the brain can frequently behave like a drunken monkey—stressed, scattered, and uncontrolled. rather than falling sufferer to frustration and anxiousness, discover ways to be calm, centred, and freed from undesirable recommendations with this easy-to-use advisor to mindfulness.
Drawing from Western and japanese psychology, future health platforms, and knowledge traditions, Taming the Drunken Monkey offers finished guideline for constructing and enhancing 3 simple behaviors of the brain: focus, information, and adaptability. observe the facility of breathwork workouts in keeping with yogic pranayama, chinese language drugs, and Western respiration technology. observe meditation and different mindfulness practices for your lifestyles for newfound concentration, creativity, physique expertise, and religious awakening. As you move from amateur to grasp, you will successfully increase the health and wellbeing of your brain, physique, and spirit.
“A magnificent addition to our realizing of the brain and the unfolding trip of discovery.”—Joseph Goldstein, writer of Mindfulness: a pragmatic consultant to Awakening
“In fluid and interesting prose, William Mikulas has written a booklet that gives a sensible and pleasant advisor to dwelling a conscious lifestyles . . . a beneficial, systematic and extremely sensible consultant that offers quite a few insights and routines for private transformation.”—Nirbhay N. Singh, editor of Mindfulness journal
“This publication is brimming with clever and compassionate council for everybody from newbie to complicated practitioner . . . no matter if you have an interest in quieting your brain, expanding wisdom, decreasing attachments or starting the guts, you can find simply what you wish as you proceed in your course in the direction of awakening.”—Michael Brant DeMaria, PhD, scientific psychologist and writer of Ever Flowing On
“This is, surely, the most effective brain education manuals that has ever been written . . . it's a needs to learn book.”—Sompoch Iamsupasit, PhD, professor at Chulalongkorn college in Bangkok
“For every person who desires to remember and aware, attentive and focused . . . invoice Mikulas' e-book is wholeheartedly recommended.”—G.T. Maurits Kwee, PhD, founding father of the Institute for Relational Buddhism & Karma Transformation