Peace is Every Step

PEACE IS EVERY STEP: The Path Of Mindfulness In Everyday Life

By Thich Nhat Hanh

In our modern life, most people are constantly worrying and chasing after new goals. We seek fulfillment, happiness and peace, not realizing that these are already in us. Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967, Thich Nhat Hanh shares how mindfulness can help us to manage negative feelings like anger, sorrow, and grief, to bring peace and happiness to ourselves and others.

In this summary, you’ll learn:

• Key ideas and techniques for cultivating awareness and mindfulness;
• How to transform negative emotions and handle difficult psychological states; and
• How to master the art of mindful living and enjoy peace and happiness.

Who should read this:
• Coaches, Counsellors, and Therapists
• Anyone who wants to improve their spiritual growth, mindfulness, and achieve inner peace.

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3 reviews for Peace is Every Step

  1. PlatKat

    This book is full of beneficial guidelines for living a mindful, peaceful life and helping those around you do the same. Even if it confirms what you already know, it is a pleasurable read and a beautiful inspiration to actively appreciate the positive aspects of living. [Review from Goodreads]

  2. Justin

    This is a wonderful, inspiring little book about simple living, meditation, and opening yourself to deeper compassion and self-reflection….If everyone read Peace Is Every Step, the world would be a better place. [Review from Goodreads]

  3. Arizona Mildman

    Thich Nhat Hanh…could have called it Simple Meditation Made Easy…. Hanh teaches that simple breathing is the key. He teaches mindfulness in walking, driving, housework, any occasion and makes it so simple anyone, including me can follow and successfully be enjoying deep meditation by the end of the book in as long as it takes you to read and practice about 40 minutes a day. It slows down your breathing and thinking and allows you to successfully stop mindless thought that are the seeds of good and bad and helps us decide how to unlock the use of the right way. [Review extracted from Goodreads]

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