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Do you find yourself always hoping, striving and seeking for some better, happier, more perfect, peaceful and complete moment? Whilst at the same time trying ever so hard to keep your discomfort, your emotions, your pain and your difficulties as far away as possible? 'Finding Peace In The Very Heart Of Life' is a collection of poems, reflections and moments to ponder, inviting you to slow down and bring your loving attention back to yourself and your present moment experience. In doing so you may just discover that the peace and happiness you have been searching for all along is right here in…mehr

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Do you find yourself always hoping, striving and seeking for some better, happier, more perfect, peaceful and complete moment? Whilst at the same time trying ever so hard to keep your discomfort, your emotions, your pain and your difficulties as far away as possible? 'Finding Peace In The Very Heart Of Life' is a collection of poems, reflections and moments to ponder, inviting you to slow down and bring your loving attention back to yourself and your present moment experience. In doing so you may just discover that the peace and happiness you have been searching for all along is right here in the very heart of life. The Themed Chapters Are: Pain, Suffering, Acceptance And Healing. Love, Relationships And Tending To The Heart. Everyday Life, Death, Nature And Nurture. Mindfulness, Meditation And The Wonder of Being! Specific Topics Include: Being with (physical) pain, emotional wellbeing, self-acceptance, grief and loss, healing the inner child, exhaustion, perfectionism, change, non-duality, everyday authentic living and more...
Autorenporträt
David Rees is a father and grandfather, who is proud of his Welsh roots and appreciative of the influences that have shaped him to make him the person that he now is. He has spent over 50 years pursuing a career in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, initially in industry and laterally as a University lecturer and researcher. The dominant influence in his life has been a Christian worldview, which has shaped his priorities and activities, including a lifetime commitment to Church life and mission.