Ani Trime’s Little Book of Affirmations: 52 Illustrated Practices for a Peaceful and Open Mind

 
Every thought I think
is creating my future.”

I was really impressed with this collection of affirmations when I got it.  An affirmation is defined as: emotional support or encouragement.  There is one for every week of the year, so you can do it for a week then change to a new one.  They have two lines, you repeat one while inhaling, and the other while exhaling.  I found this really soothing, with a meditation like feeling.

The illustrations were colorful and pleasing that go along with the affirmations.  I’ve included four of the illustrations at the bottom below. This would make a good book for anyone wanting to learn more about the subject, or who is ready to use affirmations for positivity, mood improvement, etc. Advance electronic review copy was provided by NetGalley, author Ani Trime, and the publisher.

 

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Publisher: Storey Publishing – 136 pages
Publication: Sep 3rd, 2019
RATING: 4/5 Stars

 

The Author- Ani Trime Lhamo, fully ordained as a Buddhist nun in 1988, was a beloved meditation teacher in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. She was spiritual director of the Princeton Buddhist Meditation Group for more than two decades. She also practiced, taught, and led retreats throughout the U.S. and Canada, including at the Omega Institute and Gampo Abbey, a Tibetan Buddhist monastery on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, where she was a resident. A West Virginia native, she died in October 2016 at the age of 88, leaving behind thousands of students who cherished her clarity, sense of humor, and no-nonsense approach to spiritual practice in an everyday context.

 

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