Author(s): NURRIESTEARNS MARY
If you've heard of the many health benefits of practicing yoga, but are unsure of the physical demands commonly associated with postures, this book is the perfect answer. In Yoga Mind, Peaceful Mind, two seasoned yoga teachers present gentle meditations to help you overcome anxiety and stress so you can live a more enjoyable life. Furthermore, the book's emphasis on yoga's contemplative tradition, rather than postures (or, asanas), makes it perfect for people from all walks of life, including those with physical disabilities. In the book, you'll find 160 powerful, daily meditations that are filled with thoughtful, touching insights. Each of the meditations provides an inspirational quote, a discussion of teachings and instructions from the yoga tradition, and affirmations to remember and live by every day. If you are ready to overcome anxiety and stress and take back your life, the simple practices in this book will help you achieve true peace of mind.
""Yoga Mind, Peaceful Mind" provides inviting meditative experiences guiding readers to healthy being. The authors sensitively integrate chakra wisdom with useful psychological teachings for healing from root to crown. With depth and beauty, simple yet profound, many will find a clear path to inner peace."--Annellen Simpkins, PhD, and C. Alexander Simpkins, PhD, workshop leaders and authors of 28 books, including "The Tao of Bipolar," "Neuroscience for Clinicians," and "Yoga and Mindfulness Therapy Workbook"
Mary NurrieStearns, LCSW, RYT, is a psychotherapist and yoga teacher with a counseling practice in Tulsa, OK. She is author of numerous articles on psycho-spiritual growth, coeditor of the book Soulful Living, coauthor of the book Yoga for Anxiety, and has produced DVDs on yoga for anxiety and emotional trauma. She leads transformational meditation and yoga retreats and teaches seminars across the United States. Rick NurrieStearns is a meditation teacher, coauthor of the book Yoga for Anxiety, and coeditor of the book Soulful Living. For ten years he was the publisher of Personal Transformation, a magazine focusing on psycho-spiritual growth. He has been immersed in consciousness studies and yoga practices for nearly four decades. In 2009 he survived a near-fatal airplane crash that resulted in chronic pain. He credits the practice of meditation with helping him navigate through extreme pain and the journey of recovery.