Have you struggled with so many difficult emotions this year—like stress, fear and uncertainty—that you aren’t even sure what you’re feeling anymore? Do you find yourself wondering if things are ever going to get better? Let Kindfulness be your path to peace! By outlining easy ways to practice kindfulness—mindfulness with an open heart—this beautiful 99-page bookazine from the publishers of Woman's World and First for Women will help transform your worry into joy. Organized into four emotional challenges—sadness, anger, fear and judgment—Kindfulness helps you uncover what’s really bothering you, then offers a simple meditative practice and an inspiring real-life story to help pull your bad mood out by the root. You’ll find yourself returning to Kindfulness again and again for instant comfort, renewed hope and to feel your heart light up with a deep, radiant and powerful love.
My journey to openhearted peace
An introduction to Mindfulness • Welcome to the wonderful world of being present! Here we take a look at the whys and hows
4 ways mindfulness boosts health
Opening your heart • A closed heart keeps us from experiencing all the joy and wonder available to us. We’ll explore finding freedom here
Kindfulness • When our mind is calm and our heart is open, we can discover a place of joy and peace like no other. Here’s how
Common questions about kindfulness Top experts weigh in
Faith leaders agree: Openhearted kindfulness helps one evolve spiritually
Your path to peace • Quickly scan this index to find a calming meditation that addresses exactly how you’re feeling right now. When you’re not entirely sure what you’re feeling, flip to one of the following sections of the magazine—sadness, anger, fear or judgment—for a question-and-answer flow chart that can help you pinpoint what’s weighing on your heart. Either way, your answer is closer than you think!
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sadness • When you’re faced with showers of grief and heartache, this loving guide will help turn your deepest sorrow into spacious joy
What kind of sadness are you feeling now? • There can be times when it’s hard to know exactly what you’re feeling. For those times, simple questions can lead you to pinpoint what’s underlying your unease. Just follow along on this flowchart to arrive at your best sadness antidote
Listless and longing for joy?
“A kindness road trip restored my joy!” • After her mother passed away, Mary Latham wondered if she’d ever feel happy again…until a three-year road trip changed her mind and her heart!
Grieving for someone?
“These kids healed my broken heart!” • After a devastating loss left Mary Davis grief-stricken, she transformed her heartbreak into hope by throwing birthday parties for homeless children across Los Angeles—and discovered a whole new world of joy she never knew existed
Heartbroken for the world?
“Loving words can transform lives!” • When Amy Wolff learned the suicide rate in her town was high, she created uplifting signs that helped thousands around the world find comfort and peace
anger • When tides of fury and strikes of irritation are threatening to pull you under, turn to these pages for a certain path to peace
What kind of anger are you feeling now? • There can be times when it’s hard to know exactly what you’re feeling. For those times, simple questions can lead you to pinpoint what’s underlying your unease. Just follow along on this flowchart to arrive at your best anger antidote
Irritated and on...