Thursday, March 24, 2016
A Year of Living Mindfully: Seasonal Practices to Nourish Body, Mind and Spirit by Randi Ragan Review
Everyone wants to live a long, productive life and be as vibrant and healthy in the process as possible. Yet sometimes, it's hard to know how to construct a wellbeing plan that provides for these goals on a day-to-day basis.
This elegant guidebook for awakened holistic living distills the basics and offers up practical solutions for busy people who yearn for lasting results. Stories, first person memoir, journaling, meditation and ritual take readers on a journey around the Wheel of the Year and through four inspiring seasonal themes: Renew(Spring), Energize (Summer),Balance (Autumn) and Contemplate (Winter).
This book shows you- step by step - how simple yoga and breathing exercises, herbal healing, aromatherapy, delicious plant-based food recipes, and soothing beauty rituals can be essential components for creating deep transformation.
Author Randi Ragan makes connections between everyday habits and a life filled with vitality, fearlessness, wise purpose, compassionate relationships, and spiritual sustenance for any age or stage of life.
You can purchase on Amazon.
Holistic wellbeing expert Randi Ragan is the founder of GreenBliss EcoSpa, celebrating ten years (2016) as Los Angeles' only award-winning mobile spa and wellness service. For over twenty years, Ragan has led yoga and spiritual retreats, created experiences for healing and wellbeing and guided groups and individuals with rituals and ceremonies to mark life milestones. Her book is a compendium of these journeys and experiences. Her blog, The Mindful Living Almanac (www.randiragan.com) has been providing readers inspiration for mindful, seasonal living since 2008.
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- When a beautiful person both on the inside and out, creates a book that is made to share faith, love and hope in a real very raw form this is what you get. I was so appreciative of all of the goodness that each chapter holds and the overall sense of peace, joy and nourishment.
Posted by Cassandra McCann