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Ordinary Magic

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ISBN-10: 0877735972

ISBN-13: 9780877735977

Edition: 1992

Authors: John Welwood

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Description:

Spiritual practice and meditation are often thought of as being the province of priests, monks, and nuns-those few individuals who have returned from the preoccupations of day-to-day life. This inspiring book reveals how the simple practice of mindfulness can be a magical and transformative part of anyone's daily life. Thirty-five wide-ranging essays written by well-known spiritual teachers, therapists, and creative artists show how learning to focus awareness can bring a new richness to ordinary activities; how mindfulness can heighten creative pursuits such as painting, journal writing, or playing music; how contemplative awareness enhances both physical and psychological well-being; and…    
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Book details

List price: $26.95
Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Shambhala Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/15/1992
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

John Welwood is a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist. He lives in Mill Valley, CA.

Introduction
Everyday Meditation
Introduction
Sunshine and Green Leaves
Everyday Life as Practice
Earth and Space
This Very Moment
Not Preferring Samsara or Nirvana
Seeing without the Observer
Are You Here?
Creativity, Work, and Fresh Perception
Introduction
The Way of Seeing
Writing Fearlessly
Meditation and Poetics
Just Being at the Piano
Coming Home to the Body
Zen Archery
The Art of Sword
Driving Meditation
The Work of Craft
Working for a Living
Healing and Well-Being
Introduction
The Healing Power of Unconditional Presence
Touch and Go
The Listening Mind
On Being Unable to Breathe
Conscious Eating
Being with Anger
Community
Introduction
Being Peace
Personal Disarmament
The Greening of the Self
The Path of Service
Mindful Social Action
The Power of Peace
Nowness and Enlightened Society
Intimate Relationship as a Practice and a Path
Contemplation and Intimacy
Family Life and Spiritual Practice
Working with Dying People
Facing Death
Acknowledgments
About the Contributors