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Just One Thing : Developing a Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time - Rick Hanson

Just One Thing

Developing a Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time


Published: 1st October 2011
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In Buddha's Brain, Rick Hanson explained the neuroscience underlying meditation and helped readers maximize the benefits of mindfulness for greater happiness and peace of mind. Building on the success of Buddha's Brain, Just One Thing presents over fifty simple practices readers can do that can have a dramatic positive impact on their lives. Just one simple practice can make big changes in readers' lives by gradually increasing readers' capacity for joy, relaxation, and gratitude. Each practice is grounded in neuroscience and positive psychology. The book offers information on why the practice is important and how it works, guidance for performing the practice, and additional resources readers can use to delve deeper into that particular type of practice. Some of the practices encourage readers to focus on gratitude for what they have, while others offer guidance for taking refuge and slowing down in stressful times. All of the practices are designed to gradually change the way readers process their emotions and create new neural pathways for greater happiness and fulfillment.


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    Simple, enjoyable, easy exercises you can use in order to live a more peaceful and happier life.

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    "Just One Thing" is full of simple, down-to-earth steps you can take to experience greater happiness and love in your life. Based in brain science, but written beautifully from the heart, this book is a gem. Marci Shimoff, author of "Happy for No Reason ""

    Introductionp. 1
    Be Good to Yourself
    Be for Yourselfp. 12
    Take in the Goodp. 17
    Have Compassion for Yourselfp. 22
    Relaxp. 26
    See the Good in Yourselfp. 29
    Slow Downp. 33
    Forgive Yourselfp. 37
    Get More Sleepp. 42
    Befriend Your Bodyp. 46
    Nourish Your Brainp. 50
    Protect Your Brainp. 54
    Enjoy Life
    Take Pleasurep. 58
    Say Yesp. 60
    Take More Breaksp. 64
    Be Gladp. 68
    Have Faithp. 72
    Find Beautyp. 76
    Be Gratefulp. 79
    Smilep. 82
    Get Excitedp. 85
    Build Strengths
    Find Strengthp. 90
    Be Mindfup. 93
    Be Patientp. 98
    Enjoy Humilityp. 102
    Pausep. 106
    Have Insightp. 109
    Use Your, Willp. 113
    Make Refugep. 117
    Risk the Dreaded Experiencep. 120
    Aspire without Attachmentp. 126
    Keep Goingp. 130
    Engage the World
    Be Curiousp. 134
    Enjoy Your Handsp. 138
    Don't Knowp. 141
    Do What You Canp. 146
    Accept the Limits of Your Influencep. 149
    Tend to the Causesp. 152
    Don't Be Alarmedp. 156
    Put Out Firesp. 160
    Dream Big Dreamsp. 164
    Be Generousp. 167
    Be at Peace
    Notice You're All Right Right Nowp. 172
    Honor Your Temperamentp. 176
    Love Your Inner Childp. 182
    Don't Throw Dartsp. 186
    Relax Anxiety about Imperfectionp. 190
    Respond, Don't Reactp. 194
    Don't Take It Personallyp. 198
    Feel Saferp. 202
    Fill the Hole in Your Heartp. 206
    Let Gop. 212
    Lovep. 216
    Referencesp. 221
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    ISBN: 9781608820313
    ISBN-10: 1608820319
    Series: Unassigned Ser.
    Audience: General
    Format: Paperback
    Language: English
    Number Of Pages: 160
    Published: 1st October 2011
    Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
    Country of Publication: US
    Dimensions (cm): 18.2 x 12.9  x 1.6
    Weight (kg): 0.2