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September 13, 2021 @ 7:00 pm

Mindfulness, An All-Natural Antidote: A Virtual Evening with Sue Patton Thoele and Dr. Greg Sazima

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Date:
September 13, 2021
Time:
7:00 pm

Books & Books and Miami Book Fair present…

Mindfulness, An All-Natural Antidote: A Virtual Evening with Sue Patton Thoele and Dr. Greg Sazima

Strength: Meditations for Wisdom, Balance & Power

and

Practical Mindfulness: A Physician’s No-Nonsense Guide to Meditation for Beginners

(Mango Publishing, $15.95 & $18.95)

Monday, September 13, 7 PM ET

 

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Life has its moments… joy, suffering, tenderness, uncertainty, and more.  Pandemics, economic hardships, deeper recognition of racial and gender inequities, and political strife have all collided recently to generate a unique era.  How can we hold this moment, adapt to it, even learn from it?

Is there an antidote for the stress of the current moment?

Join authors Sue Patton Thoele and Dr. Greg Sazima in conversation on a practical, mindful approach to managing this challenging time. Sue and Greg, both veteran psychotherapists and teachers, will offer wisdom on their own approaches to applying mindfulness and meditation as an all-natural remedy for the uncertainties and difficulties of now.  They will offer insights on why mindfulness practices work, how to cultivate them, and what we can gain in inward calm and outward compassion.

BUY THE BOOK HERE


BUY THE BOOK HERE


About the Authors:

Sue Patton Thoele is a psychotherapist, mentor, speaker, and author of over a dozen encouraging and empowering books that deal with issues similar to those both she and her psychotherapy clients deal with every day. Her works include The Mindful Woman, The Woman’s Book of Courage,  and The Courage to Be Yourself. Her latest book is Strength: Meditations for Wisdom, Balance & Power (Mango Publishing).

Greg Sazima, MD is a psychiatrist, educator and author, based in Northern California. In addition to a busy psychotherapy practice, he serves as Senior Behavioral Faculty at the Stanford/O’Connor Family Medicine Residency Program in San Jose. His new book is Practical Mindfulness: A Physician’s No-Nonsense Guide to Meditation for Beginners (Mango Publishing).