By Susan L. Smalley PhD, Diana Winston
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He took a breath, noticed his body—heart racing, heat in his face, a clenching in his gut—and thought, Wow, I’m really angry.
It has been one of the most exciting endeavors of my life. ” While many excellent books on mindfulness are available, their orientation reflects the author’s concerns—some are tied to Buddhism, some are directed toward mental health professions or neuroscientists, and some address specific issues like stress. We sought to present mindfulness in a way that reflects our own view, one that is focused on a balance of science (or reason) and art (or intuition). That balance is different for each of us, so this book attempts to find the balance point between these two orientations by combining our two voices.
But because he was learning mindfulness, he decided to use this experience as an opportunity to become aware of his reactivity and make a different choice. He took a breath, noticed his body—heart racing, heat in his face, a clenching in his gut—and thought, Wow, I’m really angry.