Living a Life Of Harmony: Seven Guidelines for Cultivating Peace and Kindness. Darren Cockburn presents guidelines for navigating life harmoniously.

In our very busy world, it’s easy to get lost in the details and demands of everyday living. Living A Life of HarmonyFatigues and overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information, the myriad of choices our technologically advanced communication era offers, we lose sight of what life is all about. How do we find balance and harmony in this overloaded world? And how do we navigate life in tune with our soul as well as with modern society?

How to live a life of harmony?

Cockburn explores how the 7 easy-to-practice guidelines help us gain a deeper understanding of the universal process of life, as well as provide a set of tools to help us deal with life’s ups and downs more skillfully. They enable us to face life empowered and confident, peacefully observe and accept what life presents us with, cultivate compassion an kindness, as well as spread mindfulness to those around us. Practices together, these guidelines provide a simple yet powerful compass to guide you to a peaceful mind and harmonious living, much needed in today’s world.

We talk about

    The meaning of living in harmony
    Everything is connected through the process of creation, sustaining and destroying
    Being lost in thought
    Awareness during sleep
    Applying the 7 guidelines in today’s world
    Speaking your truth to yourself and others
    Mindfulness benefits
    The importance of meditation

Darren Cockburn explains we are all part of one big universal process that encompasses and connects everything – every thought, emotion, action, nature, all there is. Darren has been practicing meditation and mindfulness for over 20 years, studying with a range of teachers from different religions. As a coach and teacher, he has supported hundreds of people in meditation, mindfulness, and finding a connection to spirituality, with a focus on applying spiritual teachings in everyday life to cultivate a peaceful mind. The author of Being Present, he lives in Bournemouth, UK.