How to transform all aspects of our lives through the traditional Tibetan skills of positive thinking.
It is common knowledge that the way we think profoundly affects our health and happiness. As Tibetan Bon culture has known for centuries, true, original thought is one of the most powerful energy resources that we each have, and tapping into it can bring us great spiritual, emotional and financial success. But, as Christopher Hansard - leading authority in Tibetan medicine - explains, most of us don't know how to think effectively. What we imagine to be thoughts are simply reactions to our environment and to other people, and are far removed from 'original thought', which has the power to transform lives.
In this enlightening book, Hansard shows us how to take control of our thinking. Using simple meditations and exercises he shows how we can each harness the power of positive thinking to block negativity, transform emotions, and discover the deepest meaning of our lives, to make it the life we truly want to live.
PRAISE FOR THE TIBETAN ART OF LIVING:
As life becomes more hectic, it's important to stop and think about the way we are living. Christopher's book is the best possible starting point. - Kathy Phillips, Vogue
Christopher Hansard has written an eloquent yet practical guide to a soulful integration of all aspects of our lives. He contributes a wise and powerful voice to contemporary spiritual thought. - Marianne Williamson
There is a magnificent book that everyone should have by their bedside. It is called THE TIBETAN ART OF LIVING by Christopher Hansard. In my opinion, Christopher is a true genius who can lead us to a new enlightenment as well as a state of vibrant health. - Normandie Keith, You Magazine
The Tibetan Art of Living is an exceptional and essential book for everyone's library. It's absolutely brilliant. - Carolyn Myss, author of Anatomy of Spirit
Christopher Hansard, trained in the spiritual and medical traditions of Tibetan medicine from the age of 4, is now a leading practitioner in the field and Director of Clinical Affairs at London's Eden Medical Centre. He is a regular columnist for the Sunday Express magazine and the Life section of the Express and is an advisor for Here's Health magazine. He is married with a young daughter.