Prevention Of Burn-out

B. Alan Wallace: The liberating power of attention. That have become now commonplace experiences are a training steinrich 2012 no longer knowing edition, where the head is one, in the variety of insurmountable tasks that all at the same time call for registration, to lose, to forget what you wanted to always remember, all of this for most. Attention deficits are a permanent sensory overload, the order of the day. The attention and how we can train them, dedicated to this book. Alan Wallace shows how we can train our attention through a comprehensive 12 steps attention training, which was originally designed in a Buddhist context, and concentrated and relaxed living as everyday. It also allows to make better use the liberating and healing dimensions of the spirit.

Bestselling author Daniel Goleman writes in his preface: Alan Wallace gives us in the liberating power of attention ‘ for the training of the concentration and Attention skills a guide on the hand and presents us hence a potential cure for our chronic distractibility become the norm in modern life. We have become addicted, our attention between E-Mail and iPod, between the person with which we’re just together, and the people who call us now on your mobile phone, split between the present moment and the planning of the next. Alan’s suggestion sounds simple, is pretty radical: we can continually improve our concentration and attention capacity and increase and strengthen this mental ability as well as our triceps. In the physical area, the key lies here in the targeted practice and practice. This book explains the specific details of the methods by which we can strengthen the muscles of our attention with remarkable clarity.” Even if the attention training in Buddhism plays an important role, it must be not Buddhist, to his attention and Concentration skills to schools. So, the author emphasizes in his introduction: attention training, we need to attach any religious faith or any ideology. It is the key to a mental balance, the benefits of which benefit everyone, this practice dedicated to persevering,.” This book is suitable for all who want to train their attention skills.

Whether it has or not, dealt with the topic plays no role. The instructions are detailed and easy to understand and to each level, there are detailed practice instructions and additional exercises that are conducive to the training, such as the development of the four emotions, which are regarded in Buddhism as the highest, namely loving kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity. Even if we us one such comprehensive training not undergo want or intermittently, so reading this book offers you valuable tips and information to find decelerated lifestyle. Thus, the book offers a ideal prevention against the now so widespread burn-out. Hardcover, 320 pages, ISBN 978-3-942085-25-0, EUR 24.90, Traudel Reiss