The beginning

Welcome to the homepage for the book: Ride with grandma in the ferris wheel of mindfulness: Your diary of mindfulness

First impression

The following text from the spine gives you a brief overview of the concept and content of the book:

After reading, most books are given away, sold or put on the shelf and are forgotten there. In order for this book not to suffer a similar fate, it was designed to be both a book and a diary. Thus, it accompanies you for a while on your own journey in the ferris wheel of mindfulness and supports you in shaping your life mindfully and consciously.

This is not a classic diary with pages of notes or a book that should change your life with just a few minutes of use per day. It does not follow a path or a certain doctrine of faith, is not intended to free people from crises and no weekly or monthly goals are defined.

What you are holding in your hand is a book in which you can decide for yourself at any time which topic suits you and your life right now.

After an introduction to the subject of mindfulness, you can choose from 20 chapters. At the end of each chapter you will find practical application examples for your daily life that will inspire you to find your own ways and implement them. The structure and handling are kept so simple that lateral entry is possible without any problems. Without much preparation, at any time and at any opportunity of the day. Similar to a crossword puzzle in which one can result from the other.

The entries, which are made in the form of notes, remind you of the paths you have already walked and what you have done at any time and make them come to life. To think about yourself and others and to put this on paper - that is what is imprinted and leads to permanent change.

If that piques you a little, just click your way through the menu items to find out more about the book.

Story (Background)

Since ancient times (approx. 800 BC to 600 AD) notebooks (hypomnema) have been used as a memory aid for things that have been read, thought and heard. They served as guides to life and were a personal summary for self-reflection and as an exercise in self-awareness. The notes were reread from time to time to refresh the memory and to assist in later meditations.

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