Mindfulness: Living in the Moment Living in the Breath

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Inner Light Publishers, Nov 21, 2015 - Self-Help - 150 pages

The book discusses the art of living in the moment and living in the breath. It has five parts. Part one discusses the hierarchy of mindfulness, factors of mindfulness, micro-mindfulness, frameworks of mindfulness, goal setting and planning with mindfulness, and many other aspects of mindfulness.  Part two, three and four discusses different practices of mindfulness meditation.  Written in clear and concise language, and beautifully illustrated, the book is enjoyable to read and easy to practice. In this book Dr. Ray explores mindfulness as an art of living in the moment and living in the breath. He explores mindfulness as the source of inspiration and inner peace. Ray explains how to apply mindfulness to everything we encounter so we can transcend unconscious habits that have imprisoned us for so long. He shows the ways to transform our fear, expectation, anger, regret, cravings, frustration, and fatigue into positive energy of love and compassion.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
NOT CHASING THE MOMENT
11
LIVE IN THE MOMENTSTOP LIVING ON AUTOPILOT
14
PART
19
SEVEN FACTORS OF MINDFULNESS
21
Nonattached Witnessing
22
Gentleness and Compassion
23
Patience and Relaxation
26
Activity Awareness
39
Body Parts Awareness
40
Breathing Awareness
41
Body Sensation Awareness
42
Feelings Awareness
43
Awareness of Mental States
45
Awakening Factor Awareness
46
Awareness of the Ultimate
47

Acceptance and Openness
28
Identifying and Beautifying the Experiences
30
Being Spacious and Nonreactive
32
BASIC FRAMEWORK OF MINDFULNESS
33
PART
65
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
155
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Dr. Amit Ray is known as the radiator of love, peace and positive vibration in the world. He is an author, philosopher and spiritual master. He teaches peace, love and compassion for the transformation of human consciousness. He is author of several books on meditation and yoga.

In his early years, he was a scientist. He did his PhD in artificial intelligence and computational neuroscience and worked as a scientist in India, UK and USA. With a spiritual bent of mind from his very childhood, he undertook intense practices in meditation from his early years. In his later years, many mystical experiences prompted him to dedicate his life for the search of truth.

He began sharing his experiences after a series of transformative spiritual awakening. In his Himalayan centre, he lives a life dedicated to meditation, yoga and transformation of human consciousness.

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