By Jeffrey Brantley, MD
Clinical research has demonstrated the effectiveness of a spiritual approach to controlling fear, anxiety, and panic. Readers of this compassionate and nonreligious book will learn to use the principle of mindfulness to relieve a wide range of stress-related conditions.
A quality common to all human beings, mindfulness is a receptive, nonjudgmental, present-moment awareness. a state of focusing attention only on the here and now. Learn to become more present in your life experiences. Develop skills for calming and relaxing the mind and body.
By putting the exercises into practice, find more power for controlling disruptive feelings in your life. The resources and techniques in this book provide you with a direction that leads to greater experiential learning and dramatically effective, life-affirming attitudes.
Although the focus in Calming your Anxious Mind is relieving fear, anxiety, and panic, the basic concept of mindfulness, as well as the practices taught here, have a demonstrated applicability to a wide-range of health and stress-related conditions.
232 pages. 6 x 9. Softcover. 2007.