detox your heart

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“Valerie Mason-John clearly understands how to handle anger skillfully, in ways that support the healing of the heart. Because she understands it from her own experience, Valerie is well positioned to help others work with it. If you suffer from anger and don’t know what do about it—this is a book for you.”—Sharon Salzberg, author of Lovingkindness and Real Happiness

 

“An optimal resource for those suffering from addictions as well as destructive mental attitudes.”—Library Journal

DETOX YOUR HEART

Meditations for Healing Emotional Trauma

Valerie Mason-John

Valerie Mason-John knows what it is like to be filled with toxic emotions—and how to release them. After years of abuse and struggles with addiction, she was mired in anger, resentment, and fear. But through meditation and willingness to forge a new path, she learned how to disarm such toxins and find peace.

In Detox Your Heart Mason-John helps us recognize our emotions, good and bad, and to develop the self-care to heal ourselves. Chapters that explore and clearly define negative emotions are paired with chapters on how to transform them. Meditation exercises based on the Buddhist principles of mindfulness, loving-kindness, and compassion provide tools to help us heal our own hurts and to close the gap that toxic emotions create between heart and mind.

This revised and expanded edition includes forewords from angel Kyodo williams and Christopher Titmuss.

book information
  • Paperback
  • 232 pages, 6.00 x 9.00 inches
  • $16.95
  • ISBN 9781614293873
  • ebook
  • 232 pages
  • $11.99
  • ISBN 9781614294030
about the author
Detox Your Heart

Valerie Mason-John is a former journalist and currently a trainer in anger management who speaks openly from her personal experience of conflict, anger, and fear. Mason-John spent most of her childhood in foster homes and childcare facilities in Great Britain. After studying philosophy and politics at Leeds University during the 1980s, Mason-John earned degrees in creative writing and theatrical performance. By 2003, her interest in counseling and her ordination into the Western Buddhist Order led her into writing and performing, and on training herself and others in anger management and conflict resolution. In December, 2007, Mason-John was named Honorary Doctor of Letters by The University of East London. Mason John continues to write, work as a self-awareness trainer; she performs and lectures internationally. Mason-John lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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