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Mindfulness on the Go Deck
Mindfulness on the Go Deck
Mindfulness on the Go Deck
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Mindfulness on the Go Deck

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A card set of 52 mindfulness practices that don't involve silent sitting.  These are simple techniques anyone can do.  

Based on the best-selling book Mindfulness on the Go.

What is the practice of Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a simple practice with seemingly limitless benefits. Mindfulness is the act of being present. Learning how to notice our thoughts and feelings without judgment. And, contrary to popular belief, learning it does not require sitting motionless for hours in the lotus position.  You can in fact access it right now—and this little deck of cards is a convenient way to get started.

The Mindfulness Deck is an easy way to start this practice. https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/topic/mindfulness/definition


The 52 Cards in the Deck 

Each of the 52 cards presents one of the exercises Zen teacher Jan Chozen Bays has developed for fostering mindful awareness among her students.

It’s as easy as:

Observing the sensations of eating ● “checking in” while driving your car  ●  taking three breaths whenever a phone rings  ● aiming to be on time to everything for a week  ● conscious smiling ● relaxing your hands several times a day ● resolving to pay a compliment daily  ● listening like a sponge ● and so forth

Pick a card a week and try it. Before long these small moments of awareness will accumulate to infuse your days with the wisdom and kindness that are the natural result of mindful living.

 

Great to use with The Universe Has Your Back Card Deck

 

About the Author


JAN CHOZEN BAYS, MD, is a Zen master in the White Plum lineage of the late master Taizan Maezumi Roshi and is co-abbot of the Great Vow Zen Monastery in Clatskanie, Oregon, where she teaches classes and workshops on vow practice. She is also a pediatrician who specializes in the evaluation of children for abuse and neglect. Her previous books include Mindful EatingMindfulness on the Go, and How to Train a Wild Elephant.