Author(s): Tara Bennett-Goleman
The aim of "Mind Whispering" is to transform us into more fully integrated human beings - mentally, emotionally and interpersonally. By using the practical techniques within it, our minds can be more free, our perceptions more true, our responses more artful, our connections more genuine - and our hearts happier. Tara Bennett-Goleman's first book, "Emotional Alchemy", was a "New York Times" bestseller and translated into 25 languages. It looked at deep patterns that can rule the most troubling times in our lives. In her new work, "Mind Whispering", the author ranges more widely, drawing on the very latest ideas in cognitive psychology, neuroscience and Eastern traditions to offer a fresh vision of how we can free ourselves from our most negative frames of mind. Through 'mind whispering' practices, she shows how we can become more positive, and cultivate states of being that are ultimately healing and beneficial.
An important new book by a leading figure in the worlds of mindfulness, cognitive therapy and research into how our brains work
"A book of exquisite sensitivity and wisdom. It will be read, and used, not only by meditation teachers and clinicians, counsellors and therapists, but also by all who are seeking a new way to find courage and hope in their lives." Prof Mark Williams, author of Mindfulness "[Bennett-Goleman] is truly a pioneer in the integration of Cognitive Therapy and mindfulness." Dr Aaron Beck, founder of Cognitive Therapy
Tara Bennett-Goleman is a psychotherapist and teacher who has studied for more than two decades with Buddhist masters from Tibet, Nepal and Burma. Her postgraduate training was at the Cognitive Therapy Center in New York. She is married to Daniel Goleman (author of Emotional Intelligence), and travels with him all over the world, giving talks, workshops and conflict resolution programmes. www.tarabennettgoleman.com