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Wise Mind, Open Mind: Finding Purpose and Meaning in Times of Crisis, Loss, and Change

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  • Posted October 25, 2009

    The Essential Compass For the Serious Seeker. We can all benefit from applying the lessons Dr Alexander has provided in this wonderful book.

    This is a rare book because the author has choosen to navigate the worlds of spirituality and psycholgy. He wisely avoids endosing a specific religion. This book is for everyone: the Southern Baptist, the Chinese Taoist, the Jew and the Jesuit. When you read the book you will note the absence of three letter words like God and sin, though joy has a prominent position. Instead you will find love, peace and creative expansion. This book is the essential compass for the serious seeker. Read it slowly, savor the wisdom and apply the lessons. Follow the roadmap to the sacred silence within and you'll be rewarded with the abundance which is your divine truth and your birthright. Wise Mind, Open Mind is a clear, comprehensive, and practical guide for integrating mindfulness into your daily life. This book has come at the right time as we all bend our knees and ride the wave of uncertainity and loss. I will recommend this book to my friends and patients

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2011

    If you train the body, why not the mind?

    Just as an athlete trains the body for that big event, you have to train the mind to handle the crises that life throws one's way. This book tells you, in practical terms, just how to do that.

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