Meditation to Help Cope with Illness
Original title: Méditer pour mieux vivre la maladie
Meditation is known for its anti-stress properties.
This guide offers a path towards relief and serenity for body and mind.
When a person has been diagnosed with a serious disease, both their daily lives and their relationship to others (family and friends, work, etc.) are affected. This can add extra sources of stress and anxiety on top of the physical suffering of the disease itself.
Drawing on her experience accompanying patients with both short-term and chronic diseases, in this guide, Clarisse Gardet suggests a path to psychological (and physical) relief through meditation: managing to create moments of relaxation, getting one’s self-confidence back, and easing pain and fatigue.
The book provides a harbor of peace and balm of compassion to help face difficult periods.
The program includes 20 guided meditations led by the author.