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Nonfiction Book Award Status: BRONZENonfiction Book Award - Bronze Winner - 150

Synopsis (written by the author)

Explore the mindfulness practices of Hygge, Keyif, Frilufsliv, Gemutlichkeit and many more as you craft your own practice from the traditional customs of other countries. The non-judgmental acceptance of the feelings that emerge in our thoughts and emotions, in the present, manifests into a lifelong mindful practice. The similarities of the various modalities found around the world to practice mindfulness are more numerous than the differences in some cases than the activities of a culture. They are passed down from generation to generation with the name of the activity rather than the more trending term of mindfulness. Make no mistake, the names change from countries and cultures around the globe, but the intention is identical.

In Multicultural Mindfulness, join me on a journey of how mindfulness exists in other cultures with the diversity and of the way things are done in other countries to formulate a lifestyle of staying in the present.

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Author Bio

Nora D’Ecclesis is an American bestselling and award-winning nonfiction author and Haiku poet. Her international #1 bestselling Audiobook “Spiritual Portals A Historical Perspective” published by Blackstone Audio held the #1 bestseller spot in new releases for several months when it was released. The Retro Budget Prescription held the top Kindle book download in Business/self help for over a year.

Her published non-fiction include Amazon#1 bestseller Haiku Natures Meditation and paperbacks/ebooks on topics such as time management, personal cyber security password log, guided visualizations, gratitude/equanimity journaling and zen meditation. In May 2018, Nora placed as Finalist in the International Book Awards for Spirituality/Eastern Religions. In November 2019, Nora was the Solo Medalist in Spirituality from the New Apple Literary Award.

She added novelist to her list with the publication of Twin Flame written with her co-author, William Forstchen, who is a NYT #1 bestselling novelist. Twin Flame was the WINNER in the 2018 category of Fiction: Novella.

Nora has a long history of presenting events, retreats, podcasts and seminars focused on wellness and stress-reduction techniques. She enjoys kayaking, hiking and nordic skiing. Nora lives with her family and wonderful dogs in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


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