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“Observe” - A Simple Guide to Learning Mindfulness

“The quieter you become, the more you can hear. There is more to life than increasing its speed.”
- Mahatma Ghandi


It is easy for us to be pulled into the drama of the world around us.  We cannot always choose what happens but we always have the freedom to choose the way in which we view and think about things.
It takes some practice to manage our thoughts in order to keep them from managing us.  Being Mindful of ourselves is the first step in the process. By developing a habit of mindfulness, we are able to step back and observe what is happening rather than reacting to things and losing our cool.
Art Therapist, and Illustrator Terrie Mourningdove, has authored the book “Observe” to help readers slow down and discover how to ease the stress and pain in their lives.  She does this by introducing a variety of Mindfulness practices that can easily be used and are able to fit into any ones daily routine.
Grant yourself the chance to enhance your powers of observation by leafing through the pages of Terrie Mourningdove’s illustrated book “Observe”—on display at the Frankfurt International Book Fair on October 10, 2018 – October 14, 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany.
Written by Terrie Mourningdove
Cover art by Merab Gagiladze 
Published by Balboa Press
Published Date: April 20, 2017
Paperback: $24.45
Kindle: $9.99
About the Author
Terrie Mourningdove MA, is a former Catholic Nun who has worked as a Teacher, Art Therapist and Architectural Illustrator. She has authored and illustrated two children’s books under the pen name of Terrie Tomko: The Wonderful Story of God’s Creation and The Book of Angels. Currently, she is living in Western Pennsylvania and working as a free-lance artist and writer. Terrie has more than 50 years of experience in the study and practice of meditation. In recent years she has focused her attention on a mindfulness practice from the Tibetan tradition learned through the teachers of Shambhala Training.

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