Books authored by members of the Emotivity network. Available at all fine bookstores.
Mindfulness - what is it really about? In this accessible book, Sandy Clarke and Eugene Tee introduce you to this important skill - what it is, what it can do for you, and why being mindful about our emotions can be so important for our psychological well-being. Being mindful about emotions means firstly understanding why we have them - and why, a mindful approach to emotions means not simply thinking of emotions as being 'good' or 'bad' - but rather, as useful depending on the circumstances we find ourselves in. Also included in the book are practical suggestions on how to start your mindfulness journey, the importance of habits, and Sandy's personal reflections on his time in a monastery.
Ever wondered why you feel like squeezing or biting the cheeks of an adorable baby? Or why some people are drawn to horror movies and thrill rides? Do animals have emotions? What about plants – do they have feelings? And why do I find myself having morbid fascination about things that people generally find disgusting? Eugene and Tsee Leng are proud to present their very first book on emotions which answers the questions above and whole lot more! Written in an easy-to-follow, non-technical manner, the book features a whopping 89 questions and answers you probably could ask about your emotions. All the answers are based on the fascinating science of emotions, and has a generous sprinkling of tips and suggestions on how to better understand and manage your emotions.