Like loving. The big question for life in times of crises

Like loving.  The big question for life in times of crisis

The Editorial Kairos , has had the brilliant idea of publishing an excellent collection of small books that collect brief meditations so you can apply them in your daily life. How loving is the first

 

“How to Love” Thich Nhat Hanh. Editorial Kairos

 

How to Love it was the first volume of the collection that will follow “how to sit,” “how to relax”, “how to eat” and “how to walk.”

A whole range of excellent meditations of one of the largest and most internationally renowned Zen masters. Thich Nhat Hanh has over 70 years of teaching meditation and practice of mindfulness or mindfulness, so enjoy these little 5 Jewels will make refuerces your practice or discover the benefit of their practice.

With a small annex the end of practice, the book of smaller format than the usual Kairos has a hundred pages so you can read or followed by opening the book at random to find meditation a day.

One of the great peculiarities of this collection is, as we have habituated the Editorial Kairos, excellent binder which is much appreciated in these times.

How to Love is also a good start to open this collection will look like 5 good “gems of wisdom to all.”

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The river of books, is also at our disposal to establish contact between them. It is why I also encourage you to enjoy how to love and connect it to “good treatment” of Fina Sanz, because it is from love and change to good treatment as we can start building more present, calm and conscious societies.

I encourage you to start this collection with this issue and you continue doing it with those who will be appearing.

It will be an excellent way to put mindfulness in your daily life.

To begin, let’s learn how to love hand Thich Nhat Hanh.

 

OTHER TITLES COLLECTION Thich Nhat Hanh:

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how to sit to meditate

 

mindfulness training

 

 

how to relax

 

walking meditation

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