Mindfulness for Life is the only book you'll ever need on mindfulness and has been for over 4 years. Since its release in 2012, Mindfulness for Life has established itself as the essential resource for those searching for the intangible qualities often lost in the fast pace of modern day life.
It shows you how to apply mindfulness techniques to your own life whether you need help with medical conditions, personal development or spiritual development.
This modern classic includes chapters on:
stress and ageing
attention deficit orders
pain, weight management
heart disease and stroke
Mindfulness for Life is written by two experts in the field who bring the medical perspective of an international authority on mindfulness and the psychological perspective of a researcher. The result is this highly regarded title that translates the scientific principles behind mindfulness into a simple, practical and accessible manual to applying mindfulness - for life. Only a few minutes a day can start to change your life.
With multiple reprints since its first release, find out today why Mindfulness for Life continues to change lives and remains a forerunner in the ongoing 'Mindfulness Revolution'.
Dr Stephen McKenzie is a researcher, lecture and writer with years of clinical and teaching experience in many areas of psychology including depression, dementia, substance abuse and mindfulness. He has written several books including Exisle's Mindfulness at Work and with Craig Hassed, Mindfulness for Life. Dr McKenzie lectures in psychology at Melbourne's Monash University and was recently appointed as the Research and Evaluation Officer for the City of Greater Geelong';s implementation of a major national, state and local government Preventative Health Initiative.
Dr Craig Hassed is an internationally recognized expert in mindfulness who has been instrumental in promoting mindfulness as a simple and accessible technique forenhancing wellness, preventing and managing illness, and improving performance within health, educational and corporate settings. He is the founding president of the Australian Teachers of Meditation Association.