Many have been hugely helped by mindfulness practice. But how do we move beyond our initial goal of functioning well to live a life marked by deep awareness, genuine compassion and ease of being?
Tim Stead is an accredited mindfulness teacher who seeks to explore this very question. Offering new versions of familiar practices, he meditates on three key themes - see, love, be - that connect strongly with the concerns of many great spiritual traditions.
This warm-hearted book will resonate as much with those who do not have a faith commitment as with those who do.
About Tim Stead
Tim Stead has been an ordained Anglican priest for 20 years and is currently Vicar of Holy Trinity, Headington Quarry, Oxford. He is an accredited mindfulness teacher with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and teaches their eight-week Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course as well as running mindfulness courses and retreats in the parish and for clergy in the diocese. His first book, Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality (March 2016) was highly acclaimed, and he is regularly asked to speak at Greenbelt.