Stress is ubiquitous. The pace of life has accelerated, and we’re all searching for ways to break free from the rapids of racing minds, taxing work days, family demands, and physical and mental health challenges.
Often, this stress has been building for years, slowly eroding our perception of control. Other times, we simply look up to find ourselves struggling in a phase of transition without familiar ground to hold onto. No matter the cause of your stress, it’s time to resolve the struggle and return to serenity.
IN THE FLOW: PASSION, PURPOSE AND THE POWER OF MINDFULNESS presents the use of meditation to create a beautiful, thriving life of contentment and ease.
IN THE FLOW introduces several profound scientific theories on the use of meditation for transforming the mind and, ultimately, your life. By integrating recently discovered information on the physical and psychological effects of meditation with existing understandings of the brain’s inner workings, IN THE FLOW presents insightful new theories that explain how meditation enables emotional regulation and the creation of your ideal life.
Through a breadth of scientific evidence, poetic deftness, and compelling personal stories, you will come to understand that personal experience is the true teacher and that you, as you are now, have the profound ability to transform your life and get back in the flow.
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Deborah Norris, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized mindfulness leader, bridging the scientific basis and the energetic experience of mindfulness. A neuroscientist by training, she has taught and conducted research at Georgetown University Medical School, American University, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, among others. She is Founder and Director of both the Psychobiology of Healing program at American University and The Mindfulness Center, headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. She has been a keynote presenter at the National Institutes of Health and other national and international conferences. An esteemed and inspiring speaker, her teaching is known for being as profound and effective as it is simple and healing.