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A Mindful Dialogue: A Compassionate Response to Haiti

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On January 12, 2010 a 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti and over 110,000 people have died and many more needing food, water, resources and medical and psychological attention.

A Mindful Dialogue: A Path Toward Working with Stress, Pain, and Difficult Emotions was compiled by psychologist and blogger Elisha Goldstein to be a companion through life when dealing with stress, pain and difficult emotions. Through 24 interviews with leaders in the field such as Jack Kornfield, Dan Siegel, Sharon Salzberg, Tara Brach, Jeff Brantley, Zindel Segal and Others and 23 short explorations of simple quotes from leaders such as Thich Nhat Hanh, the Dalai Lama, Rumi, Hafiz, Pema Chodron and Others, you’ll uncover a mindful path toward working with the stress, pain and difficult emotions in daily life.

Your purchase of this EBook will not only provide you with this great material, but 100% of the proceeds will go to HOPE FOR HAITI NOW which donates to The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, Oxfam America, Partners in Health, Red Cross, UNICEF, United Nations World Food Programme, and Yele Haiti Foundation.



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