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Make Every Move a Meditation

In Make Every Move a Meditation, learn how to find freedom using the mind-body connection

Make Every Move a Meditation

CATEGORY: Personal Growth

In Make Every Move a Meditation, learn how to find freedom using the mind-body connection as you transform movement into a powerful practice of mindful movement. For too long, meditation in books has focused on specific periods of meditation, rather than mediation through fitness or daily activities. What if lifting weights, dancing with your love, or walking across a room counted? What if you could use exercise as meditation? What if you could make every move a meditation?

In Make Every Move a Meditation, award-winning author, meditation leader, and mental health advocate Nita Sweeney shows us fitness can be mindfulness.

She teaches us how to bring meditation and mindfulness into any activity by incorporating centuries-old techniques. Studies show that both exercise and meditation reduce anxiety, stabilize blood pressure, improve mood and cognition, and lead to a deeper self-relationship and wisdom. Movement is medicine, and meditation is medicine.

Inside Make Every Move a Meditation, you’ll learn to:

·         Turn exercise into a meditation tool

·         Make any activity a mindful practice

·         Enjoy the benefits of meditation while getting fit

Nita Sweeney is the award-winning wellness author of the running and mental health memoir, Depression Hates a Moving Target: How Running with My Dog Brought Me Back from the Brink and co-creator of the writing journal, You Should Be Writing: A Journal of Inspiration & Instruction to Keep Your Pen Moving.

A certified meditation leader, mental health advocate, ultramarathoner, and former assistant to writing practice originator Natalie Goldberg, Nita founded the groups “Mind, Mood, and Movement” to support well-being through meditation, exercise, and writing practice, and “The Writer’s Mind,” to share using writing practice to produce publishable work. Nita also publishes the writing resource newsletter, “Write Now Columbus.” Nita lives in central Ohio with her husband, Ed, and their yellow Labrador retriever, Scarlet. Head to her website to download your free copy of Nita’s eBook Three Ways to Heal Your Mind.


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