In this episode, meet journalist and novelist Radhika Sanghani, author of 30 Things I Love About Myself, psychiatrist Dr. Mark Epstein, author of The Zen of Therapy, and bestselling author and speaker Agapi Stassinopoulos, author of Speaking with Spirit. Whether their audiobooks are fiction or nonfiction, each of these authors was inspired to write their books by events in their lives. Step into the studio with them to hear what it was like using their own experiences to create—and narrate—their audiobooks.
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A remarkable exploration of the therapeutic relationship, in The Zen of Therapy, Dr. Mark Epstein reflects on one yearâ€™s worth of therapy sessions with his patients to observe how his training in Western psychotherapy and his equally long investigation into Buddhism, in tandem, led to greater awareness—for his patients, and for himself.
Author Agapi Stassinopoulos approaches prayer an an ongoing conversation with something larger than oneself. And similar to a mindfulness practice, believes that a daily prayer practice has the power to change lives. Speaking with Spirit is a collection of 52 prayers and stories to inspire, unlock inner strength, and navigate daily life with spirit, from the author of Wake Up to the Joy of You.
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