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Mindful Living


Empowerment, Inspirational, Spirituality


Mindful Living is designed to help you more fully celebrate each moment of your life. Twelve specialists from the Miraval resort-ranging from exercise physiologists to chefs to spiritual healers-bring their expertise to chapters centered on the key tenets of the Miraval philosophy, such as balance, joy, and developing the ability to overcome obstacles.

This book brings Miraval to the reader and is designed to be helpful for both those who have never visited and regular guests of the resort. Through recipes, exercises, meditations, and spa treatments, readers are shown a wide variety of practical ways to implement the changes they desire. While the topics addressed in Mindful Living may seem broad, they are held together through the concept of mindfulness. Mindfulness is the ability to live in the present, using simple tools like the breath to help you remain focused, calm, and capable of making the kind of decisions that will lead to a better life. Just as life is a journey, so is Mindful Living, moving through the months of the year and encouraging you to get the most out of each stage of the cycle

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Apr 27, 2013 The Seeker's Lamp
Miraval, the world famous Tuscon, Arizona resort and spa is poised to release it second book in so many years. Mindful Living, published by Hay House and soon to be released on May 23, is the ultimate keepsake for guests and soon to be guests of the holistic resort. Miraval is host to many special retreats and events by well know spiritual leaders such as Caroline Myss and Andrew Weil (who gives a personally endorses the book.) I was sent a promotional copy of the book by Hay House for review and it is has been a delight doing so.

The book itself is beautiful, from the cover to page after page of stunning photographs from the resort. The book follows a calendar year with a cyclic pattern with each chapter containing a theme, along with a recipe, a meditation instruction, an exercise, and a spa treatment you can try at home. All of which are based on similar group led or prepared activities and meals you can participate in at Miraval. Mindful Living By Miraval, a coffee table book for transforming your home into a personal mini-spa vacation. Recommended.
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May 09, 2013 hhreviewer2

Miraval is a luxurious spa retreat in Tuscon Arizona and Mindful Living is the second book they have released. Visually the book is absolutely gorgeous with rich, lush photography on every page. The chapter follows the calendar year where each chapter addresses a topic that corresponds with a particular month. January is about new beginnings, February is about exercise, and so on. In addition, spa treatments, recipes, meditations, and other lovely tidbits can be found in the chapters as well.

I especially enjoyed how mindfulness is brought into the topics not only on meditation but exercise as well. I found Mindful Living to be a simply stunning book that is probably best read slowly. Either by picking a chapter at random, or following the months of the year. That way mindfulness is brought to the act of reading Mindful Living as well.

This is my review of Mindful Living by Miraval. I acknowledge that I received this book free from Hay House Publishing to review. The opinion in this review is unbiased and reflects my honest judgment.

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May 15, 2013 abiolatv
One would think that a coffee table photo book from a spa would either be filled with fluff or serve as just an ad for the center. “Mindful Living” by Miraval is none of those things. Miraval Resort and Spa, for the uninitiated is a spiritual ground zero and healing base with an exemplary group of personal development specialists. This book gives us a front seat to these experts with tips, advice, recipes and step-by-step how-tos on how to live more mindfully. I felt like I was there with them in Tucson, Arizona!

Mindful living has been key to my personal practice for the past couple of years. Warning: this approach to passionate living may cause a soulful revolution! I haven’t had the pleasure and honor of actually visiting the all-inclusive destination retreat but I look forward to doing so in the future, both as an empowerment coach and as a student of joy. Oh — and the book is a lush and gorgeous feast for the senses as well.

Mindful eating helped me “lose” 55 pounds and keep it off. Eating for me is a prayer. I trust that every bite nourishes and enriches my body temple. More on how to do exactly this in the future.
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