PORT WASHINGTON, NY, July 15, 2021 – The Work Mindfulness Institute, an industry leader in providing mindfulness-based coaching to individuals and groups, is publishing a new book title: The Mindfulness Experience Book, 8 Strategies to Live Life Now, Find Balance in an
The book endorses The Veterans Health Administration (VHA), the most extensive integrated health care system in the United States. Keith W Fiveson, the book’s author, said, “Over 40 years ago, the US Army, VHA, provided me with the fundamentals used in this book. I am thankful to share my insights with readers who might have considered mindfulness. This book offers clear strategies to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life.” Fiveson believes the book will offer readers accessible and easy ways to practice mindfulness to deal with pervasive societal traumas. Over 70 percent of adults experience at least one traumatic event in their life that can fundamentally alter their lives.1
The book provides simple tools and techniques that are accessible to everyone, regardless of belief systems, where they live or work; for beginners and experienced alike. Allen Salkin, a Reporter for the New York Times, Vanity Fair and Hollywood Reporter said this about the book. “Written with clarity and a passion earned through his own journey, Fiveson’s book offers an integrated approach that can help anyone on a journey of self-discovery.”
About The Work Mindfulness Institute
Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Port Washington, NY, The Work Mindfulness Institute is committed to providing the public with the best mindfulness resources available to rise above the stresses and traumas that impact lives.
About Keith W Fiveson, M.Div, CPC, CARC.
A sixty-five-year-old Army Veteran, Keith was a telecom executive, early internet pioneer, turned yogi, executive life coach. He overcame cancer twice, heart conditions, challenging
relationships, and a childhood family life that was dysfunctional and abusive.
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Keith Fiveson, M.Div, CPC, CARC