“Mindful communication is the practice of bringing our attention to our words. It means we are aware of what we’re saying while we’re saying it. It is a practice of observation and not evaluation. It is paying attention to others on purpose with a moment-to-moment awareness. And because it’s a learned skill ,anyone can apply it to his or her life,” said Kane.
A Conversation With Author: Cynthia Kane
Please describe what How To Communicate Like a Buddhist is about in one sentence.
How to communicate with others and ourselves in a more mindful, nonviolent, and responsible way.
Where are you from?
What inspired you to write this book?
For more than five years I’d been writing about mindfulness with an emphasis on how to communicate with ourselves, others, and the world in a more kind, compassionate, and non-judgmental way.
What were your biggest learning experiences or surprises throughout the publishing process?
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Edition 62, December 2016