In this gem of a book, Thich Nhat Hanh illustrates what it means to be mindful and take the time and the enjoyment that comes from paying attention to even the smallest gesture, like opening the door, washing the dishes or talking to a friend. By learning to slow down and being present thanks to the exercises offered here, I became much more aware of how increasingly “absent” I was becoming in my own life and how much it was hurting me. Click here to purchase The Miracle of Mindfulness.
This book tackles a very pervasive aspect of our daily lives, the Inner Critic, which can cause anxiety, guilt and fear. This books walks one through exercises on how to deal with and eventually to eliminate the influence of the Inner Critic. Click here to purchase Embracing Your Inner Critic.
How a simple code of contact can create freedom and inner peace by being mindful of our thoughts, beliefs and spoken words. A great reminder of why we shouldn’t take things personally, keep our word impeccable, always do our best, and not make assumptions. Click here to purchase The Four Agreements.
This anthology features my award-winning essay, “Mothering Mothers, and Finding Comfort in the Branches of an Empty Nest” – a harrowing narration of how my life span out of control when my only daughter left for college and the lessons I gleaned from it. How I coped with the sudden emptiness and the relationship that developed over time between her and I. A must read for empty-nesters. Click here to purchase Nothing But The Truth So Help Me God.