If stress has become a challenge in your life, Dr. Erin Olivo has encouraging news: The secret to effective stress management lies in mastering the distressing emotions at the core of our suffering. With Living in Wise Mind, Dr. Olivo brings you an empowering series of guided mindfulness exercises, on-the-spot techniques for distressing situations, and training in acceptance and tolerance of the things we cannot change. Practices include:
- Mindfulness of Breath - a foundational exercise for returning to balance anytime
- Just This Moment - a simple tool for observing and acknowledging exactly what is
- Be Kind to Yourself - an exercise in self-compassion and letting go of judgment
- The Wise Mind Debate - a method for releasing negativity and expanding perspective
Intended as a stand-alone resource or as a complement to Dr. Olivo’s book Wise Mind Living, the teachings and practices here are designed to help us achieve positive results whether our goals are weight loss, overcoming addiction, managing finances - or any area of our lives that we’re hoping to change. How? By transforming the way we understand and relate to our emotions and synthesizing the best of our rational capabilities with the sensitivity of our emotions. This is “living in wise mind” - and here is the program to get you started.
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So far wonderful. The best guidance for meditation
If you could sum up Living in Wise Mind in three words, what would they be?
Very simple words
Have you listened to any of Erin Olivo’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Is better by parts to meI just started
Any additional comments?
She speaks like she is not reading, or trying to sounds like special or particular. She speaks in simple words. At least in this book which is my first I'm listening from her.
good first step in learning meditation
great short read. extremely easy to follow. helpful techniques to learn one's self triggers and emotional cues. a quick read--with substance.
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