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  • So Much More Than the Title Says!

    I have to say, this book surprised me... in a good way! I think the author did her book a disservice by calling it simply Mindful Beauty, as it is about so much more than that. Have you left the spiritual side of life behind because the practical world takes so much from you? Are you in emotional distress because of it all, too? Are your physical body and sleep patterns showing the effects of day after day of stress? If so, this book could help you on all levels. The book is surprisingly broad, yet still personal and actionable. The author does cover body, mind, and spirit. She is a dermatologist and an osteopath, and those two different ways of viewing the body—and both disciplines’ scientific rigor—certainly infuse the book. As an RN who appreciates the science of medicine and nursing, I liked that the author had many scientific references to back up claims throughout the book. In fact, the reference section takes up nearly one-fifth of the book, listing the science journals and reputable scientific websites she referenced in the main body in the book. The book is deeper than a simple survey of physical, mental, and metaphysical practices. She gives you some very simple ideas of what to do and what not to do, and several of them sent me for deeper searches on the subjects. I like it when a book does that. Some of what she says you’ve likely seen in other books, like how to meditate or use mantras or aromatherapy. But much of what she focuses on is unusual, like yoga mudras as well as yoga and moving meditation, like forest bathing. And, of course, since she is a dermatologist, the book has an entire chapter on the skin. Honestly, this book just contains so many fantastic ideas that will nourish your body, mind, and soul… and will give you much to think about. The book is written in a friendly and conversational style, making it an enjoyable read as well. If you enjoy books that address the physical and more nebulous needs like those of the mind, emotions, and spirit, you may enjoy this book as much as I did. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

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