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Attention to Breathing – the most basic exercise of them all
For me, becoming aware of my breathing during any activity and playing around with it a little bit can make a big difference in how well I am. Finding more diverse rhythm and intensity of breathing gives me a lot of energy.
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Guided body attention exercises to train in a focused and quiet environment
About the Book:
A question I had and continuously carry with me, is how to live intensely (connecting to people on a personal level, daring new things, confronting things I disagree with, being vulnerable with others) without burning out myself or others. Thus, how can I stay present in everyday life?
“Everyday Presence” is the first attempt to structure and share part of the process that is my personal answer to this question.
I refused to drop my utopia and set out to find ways to gain energy and presence in everyday life. And with the book give an example of a practice for presence.
A physical description illustrated so beautifully by Emma Ekstam. Enjoy.
2 x Everyday Presence – One for you, one for your friend 150 DKK / 20 €
You can buy it from me personally, find it at your bookstore around the corner or order online here or here.
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– Stine, 28
“… to just see what happens and enjoy the moment. This is a great gift. Thank you for it.”
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