Because mindfulness is a way of dealing with problems that does not require drugs or fancy equipment it has become quite popular among many. No surprise then that there are several calendars out there for those interested in enlightening their life through meditation or mindfulness.
The Mindful Living Calendars series features beautiful photographs of flowers in combination with inspiring quotes. I love that five petaled flower on the Mindful Living Wall Calendar 2013 , for instance. Nothing is at last sacred, but the integrity of your own mind. Ralph Waldo EmersonThe 2013 Mindful Living Hardcover Planner is wire bound and features a week a page. These wise quotes will help you develop mindfulness and wisdom while keeping track of your life. 8.5 “ x 6.75 “
We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves, otherwise we harden. Johann von Goethe
The 2013 Mindful Living Pocket Planner is also wire bound and also features a week a page. However, it’s smaller as you’d expect (5.0 “ x 3.5 “) and will fit into your purse.
There is a calmness to a life lived in gratitude, a quiet joy. Ralph H. Blum
The 2013 Japanese Garden Wall Calendardoesn’t merely feature beautiful Zen style gardens. It is enriched with inspiring mindfulness quotes as well.
If we are facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep walking. Buddhist Proverb
Don’t let the familiar cover images of this year’s Thich Nhat Hanh 2013 Calendarsfool you: the inside is new. They all feature new and crisp art by Nicholas Kirsten-Honshin as well as inspiring mindfulness quotes by Thich Nhat Hanh.
The teaching of the Buddha is that happiness can be found in the here and the now. This is the teaching of living happily in the present moment. Thich Nhat Hanh
The 2013 Thich Nhat Hanh Mindfulness Date Bookis wire bound, has weekly and monthly overview pages as well as 12 full color art pieces by Nicholas Kirsten-Honshin.
If we want to enter heaven on earth, we need only one conscious step and one conscious breath. Thich Nhat Hanh
Mindful Living 2012 Wall Calendar
Live a more mindful life throughout the year with this calendar featuring breathtaking art and reflective words of wisdom.
Japanese Garden 2012 Wall Calendar
From lush footpaths to snow-covered bridges, explore the serenity of Japanese Gardens in this enlightening calendar of mindful photographs and words of wisdom.
Present Moment 2012 Wall Calendar
Where can we find beauty, fulfillment, peace, and the ultimate riches that life has to offer? In the Present Moment—the only one there is. With the 2012 Sounds True calendar, evocative images and the inspirational words of 12 of our authors—including Pema Chadran, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Eckhart Tolle, and Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés—help us “turn the mind” toward the fullness of our experience, now and throughout the year.
Zen 2012 Wall Calendar
Relax and let the soothing images and insightful words of the wisest eastern philosophers wash you clean of uncertainty and chase away the stresses of today, tomorrow and beyond.
Thich Nhat Hanh 2012 Mini Wall Calendar Vietnamese Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh is a teacher, scholar, and peace activist who lectures and writes on the practice of mindfulness and peaceful living. His compassionate understanding of the human condition makes him one of the world’s most admired leaders. Artwork by Adam Guan.
Thich Nhat Hanh 2012 Wall Calendar
Thich Nhat Hanh has made the term ‘mindfulness’ famous. Thich Nhat Hanh, is also a Buddhist scholar and peace activist who lectures throughout the world and writes on the practices of mindfulness and peaceful living.
A year-long invitation to lead an unusual life: living with intention, paying attention, celebrating, taking care of yourself and living from the heart. Quotes and artwork by Mary Anne Radmacher.
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Beauty and innocence take flight with these tender images of friendship and connectedness from mixed media artist Kelly Rae Roberts. The artwork is combined with inspiring and comforting spiritual quotes.
Mindfulness is calm awareness of one’s body functions, feelings, content of consciousness, or consciousness itself. This concept is increasingly used in the West to help people who have psychological or personal problems. It does not bring a label of ‘psychological illness’ with it to be practiced. According to Buddhism, from which the concept is taken, normal human life contains suffering simply because we are not aware.