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Mindfulness: How to Use Meditation, Chakras, and Essential Oils to Become More Spiritually Inclined

Höfundur: Chantal Even, Fred Taylors, Athena Doros, Erica Showdown, Evie Harrison Lesari: Brandon Sukhu, Sarah Margrave, Rory Young, Sarah Owens Hljóðbók

There are 15 titles in this book, which are about the following subjects:

Subject 1: Can meditation help you live longer?

Can meditation help you relax more?

The answer to both of these questions is a resounding “YES!” And in this guide, we’ll help you become more familiar with meditation practices in general, as well as two specific forms of meditation, which are music meditation and guided sleep meditation.

Subject 2: In this book, you will be shown those methods, those ways in which you can reset your brain and stay away from negativity, depression, anxiety, stress at your job, or dealing with your busy schedule in more effective ways. Some background information will be provided, as well as thoughts and tips to consider.

Subject 3: This book takes into consideration the many effects of the various essential oils that are available on the market today. It goes over some excellent utilizations of these oils for someone’s mental and physical health. For example, which essential oils help you sleep better? Which ones reduces anxiety? And which ones can elevate your mood?

Subject 4: Are you mindful of your surroundings?

Do you want to enjoy the present better?

These are things you can enjoy with the help of Zen, which refers to peace of mind and relaxation, in most cases. When you are at work, when you are trying to be more forgiving in an intense relationship, or when you are stressed out too much… Zen can be the principle of living that can pull you through.

Subject 5: This book has the intention to open your eyes to the world of possibilities if you can feel the positive energy flow through your body and spirit.

© 2020 Efalon Acies (Hljóðbók) ISBN: 9781664955417

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