Dynamics of Stillness

Develop Your Senses and Reconnect with Nature through 31 Meditative Practices

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From the website: "The Dynamics of Stillness practices involve techniques for developing our sensory awareness whilst at the same time establishing a very deep connection to stillness ... in nature and within us. It is different from other meditation practice in that meditation is not the main purpose ... the book combines theory and knowledge with practical;sensory experiences." --www.thedynamicsofstillness.com
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Book Details

Pages

160 Pages

Size

6.5 x 9

Format

Cloth Over Boards

Pub. Date

03/01/2020

ISBN

978-1-85906-447-4

Publisher

Eddison Books

Authors

  • Illustrated by Elena Ray

  • Author Ian Wright

    Ian Wright, BSc (Ost), FSCCO (cranial osteopathy), MOCI (disability specialist), has been practicing osteopathy and pediatrics internationally for over twenty-five years. His Dynamics of Stillness courses allow people to confront their emotions and fears, and to achieve deep relaxation in a state of dynamic stillness. He publishes a weekly podcast about health and well-being. Visit him online at www.thedynamicsofstillness.com.

Stop and be still.

This book is the antidote to the information overload of the modern age, helping readers to disengage from chaos and find stillness within. In this practical book, experienced osteopath Ian Wright blends holistic disciplines—including those from Buddhism, Taoism, and Aboriginal traditions—with modern science and fluid dynamics to help readers quiet their minds to self-heal. Through mindfulness and meditation techniques, he guides readers toward a calm, nonreactive “state of neutrality,” while at the same time allowing them to establish a deep connection between their senses and the world.

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From the website: "The Dynamics of Stillness practices involve techniques for developing our sensory awareness whilst at the same time establishing a very deep connection to stillness ... in nature and within us. It is different from other meditation practice in that meditation is not the main purpose ... the book combines theory and knowledge with practical;sensory experiences." --www.thedynamicsofstillness.com