Looking at Mindfulness: Twenty-five Paintings to Change the Way You Live
Looking. Noticing. Relaxing.
"So we have stopped, we have sat down and closed our eyes. Not to sleep, not to rest, but to understand." Looking at Mindfulness presents readers with new ways to think about everyday life through art and mindfulness. The author, a French psychiatrist, uses art and mindfulness to shape a new way to look at everyday moments, everyday experiences. He uses the art, both classical and lesser-know pieces, to connect seeing and feeling. He then expands that from the art to everyday life. An intriguing book for curious art lovers and those looking to expand their view of their world and how they perceive life.
-Susan Marie Ward