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“In a stroke of genius, Ajahn Brahm turns mindfulness into kindfulness, a practice that opens our hearts to others as well as to ourselves.” —Toni Bernhard, author of How to Be Sick


Ajahn Brahm

When we add kindness to mindfulness we get “kindfulness.” Kindfulness is the cause of relaxation. It brings ease to the body, to the mind, and to the world. Kindfulness allows healing to happen. So don’t just be mindful, be kindful!

With his trademark knack for telling engaging stories paired with step-by-step anyone-can-do-it instructions, Brahm brings alive and makes accessible powerful tools for transformation. This slim, beautifully designed volume is a quickstart guide for living a life of joy and compassion.

book information
  • Paperback
  • 184 pages, 4.50 x 6.50 inches
  • $9.95
  • ISBN 9781614291992
  • ebook
  • 184 pages
  • $7.99
  • ISBN 9781614292166
about the author

Ajahn Brahm (Ajahn Brahmavamso Mahathera), born Peter Betts in London in 1951, is a Theravada Buddhist monk. Ajahn Brahm grew up in London and earned a degree in Theoretical Physics from Cambridge University. Disillusioned with the world of academe, he trained as a monk in the jungles of Thailand under Ajahn Chah. A monk for over thirty years, Ajahn Brahm is a revered spiritual guide and the abbot of Bodhinyana Monastery, in Serpentine, Western Australia—one of the largest monasteries in the southern hemisphere. He is also the Spiritual Director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia, and spiritual adviser and inspiration for Buddhist centers throughout Asia and Australia. His winning combination of wit and wisdom makes his books bestsellers in many languages, and on his teaching tours Brahm regularly draws multinational audiences of thousands.

Other books by Ajahn Brahm:
The Art of Disappearing
Falling is Flying
Bear Awareness
Mindfulness, Bliss, and Beyond
Who Ordered This Truckload of Dung?
Don’t Worry, Be Grumpy

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