There Is No Right Way to Meditate
Revised and Expanded Edition
by Yumi Sakugawa
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Pub Date 25 Jul 2023 | Archive Date 25 Jul 2023
In There Is No Right Way to Meditate, award-winning artist Yumi Sakugawa helps you tap into your inner self and finally find the peace that you've been seeking. With new and revised content, each page offers a unique perspective on how to lead a more mindful life. This book is full of captivating ink illustrations and encouraging words like, "It's okay if the only thing you did today was breathe." This new editions includes mini-sections, such as:
- Inner Child
- And more
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There is No right way to meditate is such a fun book with an easy to learn approach to meditation. I liked the little drawings and the use of color. This is a great book for anyone curious about meditation.
This is a wonderful book. It is easy to read, illustrated, insightful, and encouraging. Reminds me a bit of Ken Keyes Jr's book. This book is full of Zen wisdom. The book does give you many exercises to help you enter into the world of meditation. This is a book that I will return to again, as one reading is not enough. Great book.
Yes. Please. Thank you.
((I almost always use colours during my meditations but I never thought about breathing them in with my actual physical body. Very excited to try that!))
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There's No Right Way to Meditate is a beautifully illustrated book with a powerful message. The author, Yumi Sakugawa, takes the pressure off the meditation process by emphasizing that there is no one "right" way to meditate. Instead, she offers a variety of approaches that individuals can try and experiment with to find what works best for them.
The illustrations in this book are stunning and add an extra layer of depth to the message. Each page is filled with thoughtful and insightful quotes, paired with whimsical illustrations that perfectly capture the mood and tone of the text.
What sets this book apart is its accessibility. The writing is clear and concise, and the illustrations are engaging and easy to understand. The author's emphasis on self-exploration and experimentation makes meditation feel accessible to anyone, regardless of their experience level.
Overall, There's No Right Way to Meditate is a powerful and inspiring book that offers a refreshing perspective on meditation. It's a beautifully crafted book that provides practical advice and encouragement to those seeking to incorporate meditation into their lives. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in meditation or looking for a gentle reminder that there is no one "right" way to approach it. Five stars.
What a sweet, quick read on incorporating more meditation into your daily life. This book is full of meditative exercises, cute drawings, positive affirmations, and uplifting life perspectives. I took screenshots of many pages so I can return to some of the exercises when I feel like I need them. No matter your level of experience with meditation, I think this book is a quick guide to help expand your mindfulness.
I’ve always struggled with relaxing and quieting my mind to meditate. I’m hoping that with the help of this book I can finally get into the right mindset to help myself relax and meditate! Also, is it just me or does the cover look like Kirby? Thank you to NetGalley for providing me this ARC!