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Inviting a Monkey to Tea Befriending Your Mind and Discovering Lasting Contentment

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ISBN-10: 1935387286

ISBN-13: 9781935387282

Edition: 2012

Authors: Nancy Colier

List price: $16.95
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To "invite a monkey to tea” is to befriend our own mind-which is often compared to a drunken monkey for all its mad twists and turns. A wild monkey is full of irrepressible desires, and thus chases its own tail in its search for happiness! This book is about learning to welcome the mind as ally without fear or resistance, thus relaxing that frantic search and resting in the joy of who we already are.As a psychotherapist, author Nancy Colier has accompanied hundreds of people in their "search for happiness” for nearly two decades. She has watched her clients try everything under the sun to be-and stay-happy. Witnessing and participating in this process, she has become an expert in happiness,…    
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Book details

List price: $16.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Hohm Press
Publication date: 10/1/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Nancy Colier is a psychotherapist, interfaith minister, author and public speaker. A long time student of eastern spirituality, Nancy also spent 20 years as a nationally recognized, top-level equestrian, and has vast training in performance psychology and flow states. Her writing has been featured in numerous publications. She writes a regular blog for The Huffington Post and offers talks and workshops regularly. Nancy lives in Manhattan with her husband, two daughters, and a dog and cat.

Introduction
Happiness vs. Well-Being
Addicted to Happiness
Taking Care of Ourselves
Fear of Ourselves
Fear of What Is
Well-Being: A Relationship with Ourselves
Beyond Well-Being
Un-Sticking from Ourselves
Staying Here Now
The Practice of Now
Melting Into Now
Living As Awareness
Pointers
Resources
Endnotes
Index
Contact Information