Many people spend hours every day commuting to and from work. This time can be spent reading, listening to music, people-watching or it can just be a moment to relax and not worry about driving. But it's also the perfect opportunity to meditate, and reset yourself in preparation for what awaits at the end of the journey.
In Cool, Calm and Commuted, the bestselling author of Buddhism for Busy People offers a series of meditative exercises to transform your commuting experience.
Track 1 – Introduction
Track 2 – Stress buster 1: Three sighs
Track 3 – Stress buster 2: Deep sea dive
Track 4 – Come home to your breath
Track 5 – Body awareness and relaxation right where you sit
Track 6 – Developing equanimity and compassion
Track 7 – Why annoying passengers are better than friends
About the Author
David Michie was born in Zimbabwe of Scottish parents and educated in South Africa. He moved to London in the 1980s and worked as an analyst in P.R. Is the author of a non-fiction exposé of the world of PR, The Invisible Persuaders.
Format: Audio CD
Published: 1st July 2014
Weight (kg): 0.5