The little book of being : practices and guidance for uncovering your natural awareness / Diana Winston.
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2 current holds with 2 total copies.
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Ada Public Library||158.1 WIN (Text)||33500013053269||New||Checked out||05/25/2019|
|Climax Public Library||158.1 WIN (Text)||33500013053277||New||Checked out||05/28/2019|
- ISBN: 9781683642176
- ISBN: 1683642171
- Physical Description: x, 233 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: Boulder, Colorado : Sounds True, 2019.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references.
|Summary, etc.:|| Natural awareness is an effortless, spacious state of resting in the depth of our being. It’s revered in many meditation traditions as a rich complement to focused mindfulness practice. This guide invites you to experience both ends of the spectrum with clear guidance and a wealth of delightful insights and explorations. -- Publisher's description.
Diana WinstonDiana Winston is the director of Mindfulness Education at UCLA Semel Instituteâs Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC) and the coauthor, with Dr. Susan Smalley, of Fully Present: The Science, Art, and Practice of Mindfulness (DaCapo, 2010). She is a well-known teacher and speaker who brings mindful awareness practices to the general public to promote health and well-being. Called by the LA Times "one of the nationâs best-known teachers of mindfulness," she has taught mindfulness since 1993 in a variety of settings, including hospitals, universities, corporations, nonprofits, schools in the US and Asia, and online. She developed the evidence-based Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPS) curriculum and the Training in Mindfulness Facilitation, which trains mindfulness teachers worldwide.
Her work has been mentioned or she has been quoted in the New York Times; O, The Oprah Magazine; Newsweek; the Los Angeles Times; Allure; Womenâs Health; and in a variety of magazines, books, and journals. She is also the author of Wide Awake: A Buddhist Guide for Teens (Perigee Books, 2003) and the audio program Mindful Meditations, and has published numerous articles on mindfulness. Diana is a member of the Teacher's Council at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Northern California. She has been practicing mindfulness meditation since 1989, including a year as a Buddhist nun in Burma. Currently, Dianaâs most challenging and rewarding practice involves trying to mindfully parent an eight-year-old. She lives in Los Angeles.
For more information, visit dianawinston.com and marc.ucla.edu.
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