Mindfulness Living in the Moment Living in the Breath Living in the moment living in the breath is the foundation of mindfulness In this book Dr Ray explores mindfulness as the source of inspiration and inner peace He shows the ways to transform our fear

  • Title: Mindfulness Living in the Moment - Living in the Breath
  • Author: Amit Ray
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  • Page: 139
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  • Living in the moment living in the breath is the foundation of mindfulness In this book Dr Ray explores mindfulness as the source of inspiration and inner peace He shows the ways to transform our fear, expectation, anger, regret, cravings, frustration, and fatigue into positive energy of love and compassion Ray explains how to apply mindfulness to everything we encouLiving in the moment living in the breath is the foundation of mindfulness In this book Dr Ray explores mindfulness as the source of inspiration and inner peace He shows the ways to transform our fear, expectation, anger, regret, cravings, frustration, and fatigue into positive energy of love and compassion Ray explains how to apply mindfulness to everything we encounter so we can transcend unconscious habits of misunderstanding that have imprisoned us for so long The book is a treasury of wisdom Dr Ray presents us with information that can help us live long, healthy and happy lives A selection of mindfulness practices of varying lengths and levels of difficulty provides challenges and inspiration for beginner, intermediate, and advanced meditators The book has five parts It discusses the hierarchy of mindfulness, factors of mindfulness, micro mindfulness, frameworks of mindfulness, goal setting and planning with mindfulness, and many other aspects of mindfulness It explained several daily mindfulness meditation techniques in detail Life is a collection of moments In every moment there are so many miracles around us Mostly we are unconscious about the miracles around us In this book Dr Ray helps us understand the miracles of the moments He shows us the ways and means to live in the moment and to live in the breath.

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    1. Amit Ray

      Amit Ray is an enlightened spiritual master in the Himalayan Yoga and Vipassana tradition He began sharing his experiences after a series of transformative spiritual awakening.In his Himalayan Centre at Uttarkashi, he lives a life dedicated to meditation and yoga He is author of several books on meditation and other spiritual topics He learnt yoga and meditation from the masters of the ancient Himalayan and Buddhist traditions.Amit Ray, in his early years was a scientist After doing his PhD in artificial intelligence and computational neuroscience, he was working as a scientist conducting his research in the area of intelligence and the nature of consciousness He worked in India, USA and UK for about 15 years With a spiritual bent of mind from his very childhood, he undertook intense practices in meditation from when he was a child In his later years, many mystical experiences prompted him to dedicate his life for the search of truth.

    635 thoughts on “Mindfulness Living in the Moment - Living in the Breath”

    1. The book is a treasury of wisdom. Dr. Ray presents us with information that can help us live long, healthy and happy lives. The lack of mindfulness is the cause of many problems in life. Happiness, insight, and wisdom arise only when we can settle into being complete in this moment. I am always hurried through life at such a frantic pacegretting yesterday and dreaming of tomorrow, yet never truly living in the moment. Learning how to immerse myself in this moment, and this moment alone, has been [...]


    2. This gem of a book has inspired me to meditate regularly and for longer periods of time. You will never drink a cup of tea in the same way. The style is charmingly simple and direct. This book introduces methods and thoughts on mindfulness, and how to transfer those practices and techniques to our everyday lives, not only when meditating, but when doing pretty much anything. I'll will return to several key passages time and again. One of my favorites: "Collaboration is the essence of life. The w [...]


    3. My Moms was watching TV. She was watching Scandal live on Thursday nights. I was embarrassed. OK, maybe “embarrassed” is too strong a word. Suddenly, picked this book up and began to read. I'm about half-way through and it's really quite good. There is really many good stuff in this book. You don't have to be a Buddhist to get some really some good stuff out of this book. I'm not sure how it initially started but I am now fascinated by the thoughts Amit Ray. The more I read his books, the mo [...]


    4. A clear and readable text. Would recommend to anyone who is looking to begin practicing meditation and don't want to get bogged down by theoretical and ritualistic stuff.


    5. I am from the background of deep mantra meditation. Whenever I close my eyes for meditation, mantra start its repetition. I was unaware about that. This book helped me to see meditation and daily activities from the perspective of awareness. I liked the techniques and the examples of the techniques.


    6. This is a fascinating book on mindfulness. Reading this book means not having to read so many others on mindfulness meditation. He offers practical and enlightening insights into how mindfulness are made in both our workplace and our personal lives—and how we can use different techniques to guard against the mental glitches that often get us into trouble.


    7. Another lovely book by Amit Ray. Clarity and simplicity of explanation.Amit Ray: When you encounter a problem in life, do you generally turn to look at your bodily sensations or feelings first, or do you jump into the problem?Normally, if you do not already have more than 200 hours of mindfulness meditation practice, you will look at the problem first. Meditation practices will develop your awareness of your feelings in every situation of life, especially in the midst of emotional turmoil. These [...]


    8. Let me begin by saying that I have always been a huge skeptic about mindfulness, meditation, and anything else along those lines. I personally have a difficult time staying focused with reading most self-help books. However, this book kept me engaged and enthused the entire read. This book shows the ways to look at the past as a old, soft, flower filled with wisdom from one has been through. The good thing is to learn how to have 80% of your mind on the present moment for boosting productivity, [...]


    9. Beautiful synthesis of heart and mind, this book is written from the personal and truthful perspective of an individual who has absorbed the depth and breadth of mindfulness meditation. This is extraordinarily profound and full with practical knowledge. It’s a book to sit with when one is in a mood to savor and go beyond the words. I finished this book, but will be revisiting it. I found the book quite an interesting read. If you are a creative person, go ahead and buy it, you wont be disappoi [...]


    10. The book is very useful in helping me become more comfortable in everyday human situations. The book is recommended by my professor. Although the book is relatively poetic, it introduces topics studied today at university courses on mindfulness meditation and cognitive psychology. The collection of articles and the available information in an accessible and methodical manner that facilitates deeper understanding of mindfulness meditation both in academic environment as well as in daily life.


    11. This is an inspiring book on mindfulness meditation. I love mindfulness and this book is very good. Clarity and simplicity of explanation and instruction in the book is a wonderful. The author gives a solid background to mindfulness. The key concepts of living in the moment and breathing, focusing on our bodies and on the present moment and away from the darting thoughts of anxiety about the future or depression about the past are nicely explained.








    12. When I focus attention on the feeling inside my body, I know exactly the location of the pain and the pleasure. I accept them as it is there. I don't think about them . Feeling and thinking are two different compartments. The book does not try to change people. But if you practice mindfulness, everything will slowly change. You don't need to judge or analyze. Stay present, and observer of what is happening inside you. Then see what happens. I recommend this book to all.Enjoy and Be Blessed.


    13. I actually borrowed the book from my mother. The book is hard to put down. Dr. Ray is subtle with emotion, easy on detail, and can really get to the heart of mindfulness in a few pages. A strange critic, but because of this I had to reread portions to make sure I understood the concepts. The writing is lovely and goes very deep.


    14. I am the sum total of all of my life moments that went before me. Moments are flowing. This book taught me how to beautify the moments with very very simple techniques. The quality of my moments are making my world. I am empowered by the moments. To sum up, the beatitude of Amit Ray's writing, and the luxuriant flow of words in the book is simply rapturous. I loved it.


    15. This book taught me to make the most out of each moment. It taught me about planning in the present moment. It makes living easier. The book tells about a precious present moment that when found will make us happy! You can't get it by wishing, or looking anywhere, because you already have it. Once you realize what it is, you will be connected.


    16. We all want to be happy. What is the best way for happiness? Present moment living is the answer. The book nicely explained the ways to live in the present moment. Mindfulness is now known to all, but exact theory behind it is unknown. The book nicely explained the strategies for daily mindful living.


    17. I was interested in stress reduction meditation. The theme of the book is "present moment living". All the concepts and explanations are nicely revolve around that concept. This book is very informative to practice mindfulness. Overall, it is a book I would give as a gift to my friends and families for stress reduction. I enjoyed reading this book.


    18. This remarkable book has already helped readers the world over achieve the peace of mind. Just by learning how to bring the incredible force of the moment under your control. Now I, too, learn the powerful techniques for changing my life simply by beautifying the moments.


    19. This book was recommended to me by one of my friend. This book reaches out to a generation of people losing connection with nature and present moment and encourages them to live in the present moment. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone, who is interested in mindful living.


    20. This book covers the depth and breadth of mindfulness in details. If you want to get full span of knowledge about mindfulness, read this book. It is written in a circular mode so that the basics of mindfulness can easily be understood.


    21. Within the pages of Mindfulness : Living in the Moment - Living in the Breath, you will receive uncommon advice that will excite, energies and elevate you. Dr. Amit Ray's powerful thinking on mindfulness lessons will help you to work brilliantly and live beautifully.


    22. Very good book on mindfulness meditation. The main concept of the book is present moment awareness. The book explained this concept gracefully in a spiral way. If you want to learn mindfulness meditation in daily life, this book will help you a lot.


    23. I am a student of positive psychology. My focus is achieving full satisfaction in life. Mindfulness is the best way to live a meaningful and fulfilling life. I think, this is one of the best books on mindfulness meditation. I enjoyed every page of the book.



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