Sitting in the Stillness

What if there is, fundamentally, nothing to change or fix in ourselves?

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Pub Date 28 Feb 2020 | Archive Date 21 Feb 2020
John Hunt Publishing Ltd, https://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/mantra-books/

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Sitting in the Stillness is a collection of stories from the therapy room. Each one invites the reader to go beyond these personal accounts to the universal, beyond the agitations of the mind to an infinite stillness of being. The stories include examples from group therapy, mindfulness groups, family and couples’ therapy and demonstrate our fundamental interconnectedness. 'Insightful, practically useful, even enlightening. We are led along a less ‘self-centred’ path with a delightfully light touch.'
Nigel Wellings, author of Why Can’t I Meditate?
Sitting in the Stillness is a collection of stories from the therapy room. Each one invites the reader to go beyond these personal accounts to the universal, beyond the agitations of the mind to an...

A Note From the Publisher

Martin Wells has worked as a psychotherapist in the NHS for over 30 years. He also teaches mindfulness to patients and staff. Ten years ago his own experience of 'letting go' after attending a talk by a French psychiatrist and non-dual mystic, radically changed the way in which he now works. The experience prompted a profound shift in perspective, allowing Martin to understand non-duality as being at the heart of mindfulness and psychotherapy.

Martin Wells has worked as a psychotherapist in the NHS for over 30 years. He also teaches mindfulness to patients and staff. Ten years ago his own experience of 'letting go' after attending a talk...


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'Insightful, practically useful, even enlightening. We are led along a less ‘self-centred’ path with a delightfully light touch.' Nigel Wellings, author of Why Can’t I Meditate?

'Insightful, practically useful, even enlightening. We are led along a less ‘self-centred’ path with a delightfully light touch.' Nigel Wellings, author of Why Can’t I Meditate?


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