Just One Thing

Just One Thing

Developing A Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at A Time

Book - 2011
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"You've heard the expression, “It’s the little things that count.” It's more than a simple platitude. Research has shown that integrating little daily practices into your life can actually change the way your brain works. This guide offers simple things you can do routinely, mainly inside your mind, that will support and increase your sense of security and worth, resilience, effectiveness, well-being, insight, and inner peace. For example, they include: taking in the good, protecting your brain, feeling safer, relaxing anxiety about imperfection, not knowing, enjoying your hands, taking refuge, and filling the hole in your heart. At first glance, you may be tempted to underestimate the power of these seemingly simple practices. But they will gradually change your brain through what’s called experience-dependent neuroplasticity. Moment to moment, whatever you're aware of―sounds, sensations, thoughts, or your most heartfelt longings―is based on underlying neural activities. This book offers simple brain training practices you can do every day to protect against stress, lift your mood, and find greater emotional resilience."--Publisher description.
Publisher: Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, ©2011.
ISBN: 9781608820313
1608820319
Call Number: 294.3444 HANSON
Characteristics: viii, 224 pages ; 18 cm
Subjects: Wisdom.
Happiness.
Buddhism and science.
Meditation -- Buddhism.

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shelleyfisher
Dec 08, 2015

Something simple that we should all follow.

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