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As seen in the MAIL ON SUNDAY, THE DAILY MAIL, THE TELEGRAPH and as heard BBC RADIO 2 with Chris Evans. 'A lovely book. Offers a little lesson every day on how to be more mindful, to slow time down or stop time.' Chris Evans, BBC Radio 2---------------------------------------------------A frantic world . . . or a frantic mind?The New York Times bestselling author Pedram Shojai reveals what it takes to stop time . . . Discover the deepest secrets of time and take control of your life. By following the 100-day Gong ritual - allocating a set amount of time each day, a 'Gong', to everyday tasks - you will not only find your mind is calmer and clearer but also that you have the space to accomplish what you want in life. Taoist Minister and New York Times bestselling author Pedram Shojai shows how the ancient spiritual practice of stopping time can be turned into a simple and effective life skill to help you feel less stressed, more rested and able to focus on what matters most.'The Art of Stopping Time is a powerful book that will help you at this critical juncture in history, when time seems to disappear in an instant. I highly recommend it.' Daniel G. Amen, MD, Founder, Amen Clinics and author of Memory Rescue 'Who knew that the way to gain more time was actually to stop, be present, and dedicate time to specific activities' JJ Virgin, New York Times bestselling author of The Virgin Diet and Sugar Impact Diet
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Pedram Shojai, OMD, is the New York Times bestselling author of The Urban Monk, the founder of Well.org, editor of BeMore! magazine, producer of the movies Vitality, Origins, and Prosperity, and the host of The Urban Monk podcast. An ordained priest of the Yellow Dragon Monastery in China, he is an acclaimed Qigong master, master herbalist, and Doctor of Oriental Medicine. Shojai conducts seminars and retreats around the world. He lives in Irvine, Calafornia with his family.

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I highly recommend . . . this edifying book guides us through 100 days of pleasurable rituals. A joy to read, and partake of -- Emine Rushton * Psychologies * We're all deficient in time. But the 'Urban Monk' wants to give you some back . . . advising tiny daily changes in pursuit of Zen * i Newspaper * THE BEST GIFT YOU CAN GIVE ANYONE IS THE GIFT OF TIME, and the ability to gain back control of the way they spend it * Balance Magazine *

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