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As our world grows increasingly more complex and stressful, developing our capacity for dynamic balance in our lives, work, and relationships becomes more and more vital.
Based on the ancient wisdom traditions, contemporary neuroscience research, and the insights of indigenous cultures throughout our world, Living in Balance shows that, in each moment, we have the capacity to be mindful of whether our thoughts and actions are moving toward harmony and balance or away from it. Through this awareness we can make a conscious choice to continue on the path we are on or to change our attitude and direction.
With a foreword by H.H. the Dalai Lama, Living in Balance offers a rare synthesis of ancient wisdom traditions with cutting-edge research on peak human performance that points toward mindfulness as being truly the key to living in balance.
About the authors
Joel Levey and Michelle Levey teach living in balance to organizations around the globe. Their previous books have been translated into ten languages. They divide their time between Seattle and Hawaii.
His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, was born in 1935 in northeastern Tibet. He is a best selling author and the world's foremost Buddhist leader, he travels extensively, speaking in favor of ecumenical understanding, kindness and compassion, respect for the environment and world peace. He lives in Dharamsala, India.
"Presented attractively and written clearly, mixing breathing and visualization exercises with theory that the authors have broken down into understandable, memorable charts and lists that highlight their most important points."
— Publishers Weekly
"Joel and Michelle have constructed a text of sheer brilliance. Every page offers new insights and truth."
— Caroline M. Myss, Ph.D.,author of Anatomy of the Spirit
"Living in Balance invites us to return to the inner source of serenity and wisdom within. Never before have we so urgently needed the clear, compassionate teachings that are so lovingly described in this book."
— Larry Dossey, MD, author of Be Careful What You Pray For