Reviews


Written by Ilona Maria Gunkel:

A wonderful little work that touches, makes you think and thus brings about change. What is really important in life is addressed in the chapters of the mindfulness book and ends with the touching topic of impermanence and grief. A nice ending. The book reads fluently, easily, is never boring and at the end results in an examination or even a correction of one's own thoughts and actions. Through the applications and the journal part, what has been read is deepened and thus remains in the memory. I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone interested in mindfulness.


Written by Esther Norman (Life Counseling and Coaching):

Lovingly designed, well thought out, with an unusual concept and at the same time suitable for everyday use: All this is the "Journal of Mindfulness" - written in an easily understandable way and also effective in the long term through our own cooperation and guided self-reflection. I can recommend this really helpful introduction to the theme of joyful hearts.


Written by Susanne Wawersig:

The book tied me up and I couldn't put it out of my hand until I finished reading it. Certainly I will open it again and again to read the topics several times. Especially the chapter Anger & Forgiveness moved me and helped me to move forward in my situation. Also the chapter Negative Thoughts & Suffering is very nicely written and does not let go of me anymore. These are the passages that appeal to me and make me think. Together with the applications and their implementation a very interesting experience for me. The journal idea in note form is unique for me.
Despite the complex topics, the book is very simple and easy to understand, never boring and also very suitable for beginners. Thanks to the structured structure, I can always quickly go back to other chapters and read. A really great book that touched me deeply.


Written by Liane Wirzberger:

I really enjoyed reading the book. The simple spelling conveys even complex content in an entertaining way. In the applications to the chapters successful approaches are shown in order to integrate the topics into one's own life. All in all a very good guide to mindfulness. A really readable and recommendable book.


Written by Mathias Kiefer (Holistic Health Advice):

The author has created a really nice book here. Congratulations! The book reads fluently, is easy to understand and just the right thing for anyone who wants to get an overview of the topic. The applications for the book section are also a good supplement to deepen and internalize what you have read. A good overall concept that I can happily recommend.


Written by Dietmar Poetzsch (Panta Rhei Life Counseling):

Reading the book was a great enrichment for me. Both in terms of content and formulation, conceptually, creatively and technically. I was thoughtful, sometimes sad, also had to smile, ...
It is written in a very understandable way. Given the complexity of the subject and the depth of its treatment, it is probably a small stroke of genius. Respect! The applications are all understandable. My respect for that too! The content of the book made me think again and again and continues to do so. I found the structure of the book to be consistent as I read it.
This is a book that offers a lot of interesting, stimulating and helpful information on the subject of "Mindfulness" for the curious, beginners and also experienced people in a very pleasant linguistic and visual version. What is probably the greatest special feature, however, is that working with this book not only reflects on one's own life, but also allows it to be shaped. Thank you very much for that. I wish this special book a wide distribution.


Written by Ruth Fischer (Energetic Coaching):

By chance I came across this remarkable book. Even though I already practice mindfulness in everyday life, I found it to be a wonderful summary and overview of all areas surrounding mindfulness.
The entire book is very lovingly and intricately designed. I especially find the overall original layout with the different colors, the clear headings and the small symbols very inspiring and varied. It makes a very high-quality impression on me overall. The matching additions to the book also make it more than just "a book". And then from the haptics it is incredibly beautiful.
In terms of content, I found the short clear chapters particularly pleasant. Especially nice with the summaries "Merke". I like that especially well for quick reference. And in the connection always a small exercise instruction. It was a real pleasure to read this book. I have received many impulses to deepen already known again. Highly recommended!


Written by Michaela Kroker (The Salt Grotto: My Day by the Sea):

A very interesting book on the subject of mindfulness, which provides an easy to understand overview of the topic. Together with the application part, a great way to integrate what you have read into your own everyday life. Especially the short summaries at the end of the chapters are helpful if you want to quickly look up something. I really enjoyed reading the book and it inspired and touched me in a special way. I also like the layout of the book very much. The colorful design, the pictures and graphics, the thoughtful structure, the additions - everything coherent, beautiful and different.
This book is thought-provoking, because in everyday life, unfortunately, one too often forgets and neglects the really important things in life. For me, an exceptional book that I can warmly recommend.


Written by Andreas Graziadei (Mindful Architecture):

Dear Dominik, once again I am very pleased with your change and your way. When I was able to learn that you created and implemented the little work I now have, about mindfulness with all its facets.
I was also very happy that I was allowed to give a small impulse for this. The intention to present a moment of happiness in a key experience and the individual "disciplines" as the body of the Ferris Wheel is unique and also very successful as a metaphor.
The LOVE for your family and the insights into your life very nicely biographically. Ultimately, however, there is the statement, the will, that the souls who want to deal with the healing topic of MINDFULNESS, here a beautiful workbook of self-knowledge is handed to hand and through the haptically very valuable work in combination with the guide, notepad and pen can become a daily companion. Really very nice and I hope that it will be a helpful tool for some people on their life way. All the best for this and LOVE for all users. Your friend Andreas Graziadei.


Written by Nadine Bein & Tapio Torikka:

Despite the profound themes, the book is easy to read, fluent and understandable. This is a very special implementation of the introduction of mindfulness and its many facets. The applications are easy to understand and make it easy to design and reflect on your own path of personal development in the form of a kind of note diary. Due to the special design, the humorous way of writing and the personal anecdotes of the author, the book (and the author) gains sympathy. Due to the high processing quality, the book is ideally suited as a "daily companion" for several years. We wish all future readers a promising journey of discovery with this book.


Written by H. Wenz:

This book is perfect for anyone looking for an introduction to mindfulness. It is clearly written and not overlaid with technical terms. The lovely illustrations always fit the topic and support what is written.
It's very easy to find your way around and it's easy to get to the chapters you need at the moment.
The book is of high quality and it is just nice to hold it in your hands. You can also pack it in your handbag and always have it to hand.
Also makes a great gift as it looks unusual - not like an ordinary paperback.
It offers enough space for your own notes and is therefore not just a reading book. It is a companion through different phases of life and grows with your own entries.


Written by Robert L .:

The first impression of the book is very good. Quality, optics, layout, structure etc. - everything is great. It was a lot of fun to read, which is also due to the fact that everything is written in a way that is easy to understand. There are many books that deal with the subject, but I have to say that there are few that are as well summarized and interestingly written as this one. I also like the author's personal and personal stories. A really successful book with very interesting, compact and clear topics that make you think.


Written by Karin K .:

I got the book as a gift. At first I was a little skeptical because I only know how to keep a diary from my youth. But this book is very different. It goes far beyond a diary. The book section is great, the applications are inspiring and the way you take notes on the topic is just right for me. In any case, the book gave me a lot and made me think. I always look forward to writing a new entry and reading through the topics again. Every time I read it again (carefully), I discover something new and the connections become clearer and clearer. In retrospect, a really great gift.


Written by Meike K .:

I've been looking for a diary like this for a long time (diary is actually an understatement, since it's definitely also a book). Easy to read, well structured and educational. The topics are written in a relaxed (and funny) way and well implemented. I especially like the graphics with the zombie and the little purple guy :-). There are many topics that I feel are tailored to me. This book helped me a lot and will accompany me everywhere from now on.


Written by Andreas T .:

I've read a few books on the subject, but I haven't seen anything like this before. I like it when things are formulated in a compact way, which is very successful here. You get the essentials condensed and clearly conveyed. It's not easy, especially when it comes to issues like this. Good structure and order of topics. Well done. Compact and competently implemented. All important topics are covered and the application examples are a good incentive for me to implement things. I had a lot of fun reading the book and it will certainly not gather dust on the bookshelf, but will be my careful companion from now on.

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