Wherever you go, there you are : mindfulness meditation in everyday life / Jon Kabat-Zinn.Material type: TextPublisher: New York : Hachette Books, Copyright date: �2005Edition: 10th anniversary editionDescription: xxi, 280 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781401307783; 1401307787Other title: Mindfulness meditation in everyday lifeSubject(s): Meditation | Attention | Meditation | Attention | M�editation | Attention | D�eveloppement personnel | Aspects psychologiques | Attention | MeditationAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Wherever you go, there you are.DDC classification: 155.9/042 LOC classification: BF637.M4 | K23 2005NLM classification: BF 321
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Originally published in 1994 by Hyperion.
Part one: the bloom of the present moment. What is mindfulness? -- Simple but not easy -- Stopping -- This is it -- Capturing your moments -- Keeping breath in mind -- Practice, practice, practice -- Practice does nit mean rehearsal -- You don't have to go out of your way to practice -- Waking up -- Keeping it simple -- You can't stop the waves but you can learn to surf -- Can anybody meditate? -- In praise of non-doing -- Doing non-doing -- Patience -- Letting go -- Non-judging -- Trust -- Generosity -- You have to be strong enough to be weak -- Voluntary simplicity -- Concentration -- Vision -- Meditation develops full human beings -- Practice as a path -- Meditation: not to be confused with positive thinking -- Going inside -- Part two: the heart of practice. Sitting meditation -- Taking your seat -- Dignity -- Posture -- What to do with your hands -- Coming out of meditation -- How long to practice? -- No right way -- A what-is-my-way? meditation -- The mountain meditation -- Walking meditation -- Standing meditation -- Lying-down meditation -- Getting your body down on the floor at least once a day -- Not practicing is practicing -- Loving kindness meditation -- Part three: in the spirit of mindfulness. Sitting by fire -- Harmony -- Early morning -- Direct contact -- Is there anything else you would like to tell me? -- Your own authority -- Wherever you go, there you are -- Going upstairs -- Cleaning the stove while listening to Bobby McFerrin -- Why is my job on the planet with a capital j? -- Mount Analogue -- Interconnectedness -- Non-harming--amhisa -- Karma -- Wholeness and oneness -- Eachness and suchness -- What is this? -- Selfing -- Anger -- Cat-food lessons -- Parenting as practice -- Parenting two -- Some pitfalls along the path -- Is mindfulness spiritual?
"In his follow-up to Full Catastrophe Living--a book in which he presented basic meditation techniques as a way of reducing stress and healing from illness--here Jon Kabat-Zinn goes much more deeply into the practice of meditation for its own sake."--Amazon.com.
"In this book, Jon Kabat-Zinn maps out a simple path for cultivating mindfulness in one's own life. It speaks to both those coming to meditation for the first time and to longtime practitioners, anyone who cares deeply about reclaiming the richness of his or her moments."--Publisher's description.