Get some headspace: 10 minutes can make the difference
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Author(s):
Andy Puddicome

Puddicome, a former Buddhist monk, advocates the benefits of spending ten minutes a day meditating. He suggests that once the techniques outlined in this book have been learned and mastered these skills will stay with the learner for the rest of their life.

More secular than mystic, the techniques are designed to relieve stress and re-establish personal control in a fast moving world and may be useful to teach pupils, especially during stressful assessment periods. 






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Author(s):
Andy Puddicome

Published by:
Hodder and Stoughton

Date of publication:
May 2011

Country of origin:
UK

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This book provides an accessible and practical route into meditation, aimed at improving health, happiness and wellbeing, and may be of use to teachers, both for their own wellbeing, and for teaching pupils stress management techniques. 


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R259 / 363
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