So, I accidentally wrote a new book – “A Pocket Guide For The Flaneur of Life”.
As you may be aware, alongside the NLP training and coaching that I do, I also focus on mindfulness and, with nearly 20 years experience in meditation, I am an advocate and activist for the “Slow Movement”.
I have been working on an update to my Mindfulness Meditation Guide and Business Guide for for NLPers when inspiration struck and I wrote this book instead!
What Is A Flaneur of Life?
Flaneur is a French term from 19th century Paris that describe the act of strolling. A Flaneur was a lady or gentlemen who took to casually strolling the streets of the city, the idler, the urban explorer, the connoisseur of the street. They would walk for the sake of walking, enjoying the journey.
A “Flaneur of Life” recognises that life is journey and would rather take a more casual approach, than rushing around and getting all flustered. They appreciate the journey as much as the destination.
In this little pocket guide you will get little gems of wisdom to help you slow your life down and turn it into a stroll rather than a sprint.
It includes ways that you can become:
- Calm and collected.
- Mindful and aware.
- Able to chat to anyone about anything.
- Unburdened (with thoughts, actions and possession!).
- Unhurried and unflustered.
- Well dressed (not fashionable, but stylish).
- Able to carry yourself with grace and elegance.
- With slow deliberate movements.
- Unflustered and unhurried.
Get it now in paperback and on Kindle at Amazon:
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