Silence: How to Find Inner Peace in a Busy World

Silence: How to Find Inner Peace in a Busy World

by Christina Feldman
     
 

Silence: It is a precious commodity that even the most successful of us may not have. As we work to ensure our status in the world, it is easy to forget that we are not merely physical creatures. The state of our spiritual health can be easily tested. When the noise of the world dies away and we are left with ourselves, we get a pretty clear indication of the

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Silence: It is a precious commodity that even the most successful of us may not have. As we work to ensure our status in the world, it is easy to forget that we are not merely physical creatures. The state of our spiritual health can be easily tested. When the noise of the world dies away and we are left with ourselves, we get a pretty clear indication of the true extent of our inner peace. In Silence, author Christina Feldman charts a four-part course to accessing and sustaining this nurturing state—even in the midst of our busy lives. She writes, "We can learn to find it in all moments and all things; we discover that it has never been lost only hidden. With over 230 color photographs and a striking contemporary design, Silence is a calming book to look at, to read, and—most important—to use.

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Publishers Weekly
Silence is golden, says Christina Feldman in Silence: How to Find Inner Peace in a Busy World; it is also elusive. In this attractive coffee table book, Feldman offers a history of silence; teaches readers how and why to cultivate it in their lives; and explores its spiritual "fruits," such as self-knowledge, inner peace and strength, serenity and fresh perspectives. The book is wonderfully designed, with more than 230 color photographs and some unusual design elements. The text, which draws heavily on Buddhism and meditation techniques, is also surprisingly substantive and reflective for a book of this format. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781930485037
Publisher:
Rodmell Press
Publication date:
10/28/2003
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
7.52(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.71(d)

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