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The huge popularity of mindfulness in recent years has introduced many people to the benefits of paying purposeful attention to the present moment. In this book, Joey Weber argues that equanimity - the art of nonjudgement and compassion (for yourself and others) - can enhance the transformative potential of mindfulness. 

The book brings equanimity to life with case studies, guided meditations, and practical tips, and is insightful for anyone, whether in tune with mindfulness or not, who wishes to expand their introspective tool kit and improve their mental health. The book sharpens its focus on how we can become less biased and more cohesive as a society and ultimately act more compassionately toward one another. 

In a world of increasing inequality and divisiveness, it seems now, more than ever, we must practice looking inward in order to cool the outer flames of division.

©2021 Joey Weber (P)2021 Joey Weber

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  • Mikhail
  • 2021-06-05

Excellent guide to equanimity

First, the author's narration is excellent – well-paced, calming and carrying the message across.

Second, the content itself is very helpful: not only a guide to the concept and types of equanimity, but a book on socially-responsible, compassion-focused approach to mindful wellbeing in a difficult world.

If you're looking for greater equilibrium without simply resorting to common ideas like "Be present", this book will provide a lot of nuance and substance.