There is No Right Way to Meditate
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You'll love this book if
- You're interested in meditation or improving your mood
- You are looking for ways to make your intentions come true
- You're looking to become more mindful and find peace
There Is No Right Way to Meditate is a compilation of illustrated guides to meditation, mindfulness, peace, and happiness. Yumi provides you with short, illustrated lessons on how to become more in tune with the world around you.
Expand your sense of inner peace and joy with this collection of meditations, affirmations, and ways to set your true self free.
In There Is No Right Way to Meditate you'll find:
- Seven simple ways to practice peace
- How to make your intentions come true
- Ten ways to get rid of your bad mood
- That there is no right way to meditate
- And so much more!
When I was 23 years old and depressed out of my mind, I had the life-changing epiphany that I am not my thoughts - but rather, the space in between my thoughts.
What a profound relief it was to discover for the first time ever in my life that all my anxious, neurotic, self-loathing thoughts about myself could simply drift past me, formless and inconsequential as clouds moving across the sky.
Ever since I have stumbled upon this simple and profound truth, I have spent the last seven years of my life dedicating myself to a daily meditation practice. Making comics about meditation and mindfulness is my own way of anchoring myself deeper into my practice. To visually articulate for myself and for others what it means to embody the emptiness and inner silence that creates spaces and openings for your true essence to shine through.
I make these comics because I need to remind myself again and again that beneath my jumble of thoughts, emotions, ego and desires is a vast and infinite ocean of energy and light.
I hope that in reading this book that, you too, will also be reminded of your own inner light, your own infinite true self.
About the Author:
Yumi Sakugawa is a comic book artist, illustrator, and the author of I Think I Am in Friend-Love with You and Your Illustrated Guide to Becoming One with the Universe. A graduate from the fine art program of University of California, Los Angeles, she is a regular comic contributor to WonderHowTo (www.wonderhowto.com) and The Rumpus (www.therumpus.net). Her short comic stories have been selected as Notable Comics of 2012 and 2013 by the Best American Comics Anthology editors (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), and her comic works have also been published in Bitch, The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2014, Folio, Fjords Review, Slake and other publications. She lives in Los Angeles.
Contents of There Is No Right Way to Meditate:
Illustrated lessons on how to become better in tune with your intentions, more mindful, and altogether happier