Turning Inward: The Practice of Introversion for a Calm, Joyful, Authentic Life

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A yoga and meditation instructor offers a new take on mindfulness through the practice of introversion--a way to find your authentic self to balance life in our hectic, extroverted world.

Lead Instructor of Yoga and Meditation for Peloton Ross Rayburn offers a new and accessible take on mindfulness and the art of meditation through the practice of introversion, which is a method of self-exploration for finding authenticity, joy, and calm in our hectic, extroverted world.​

Building off his popular Peloton meditation and yoga classes and his years of teaching and spiritual study, Ross Rayburn offers a new way to look at meditation. Rather than a purely esoteric practice, meditation is, Ross argues, simply "turning in," which anyone can learn how to do through the practice of introversion. Because we spend most of our time "turned outward" in order to function in society, introversion offers both a respite and a source of insight.

The practice of introversion leads to a happier, calmer life and a truer sense of yourself and your path--something many crave in our chaotic and often polarized world.

With the easy and enjoyable techniques in this book, and a surprisingly simple and straightforward way of thinking and seeing, you can begin introverting with more intention and with more structure and regularity, for even greater benefits. You'll learn how to handle life's difficulties with less anxiety and greater perspective, and you'll have the tools to remember who you really are, especially during those times it's easiest to forget.

Through these practical exercises, guided visualizations, opportunities for contemplation, breathing techniques, and more, you will discover that everything you need to be is already who you are. It's inside you. All you have to do is turn inward to find it.

Author: Ross Rayburn
Binding Type: Hardcover
Publisher: Hachette Go
Published: 01/09/2024
Pages: 272
ISBN: 9780306832444

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