The Way of the Mindful Warrior

Embrace Authentic Mindfulness for Wellbeing, Wisdom, and Awareness

; Edo Shonin

The Way of the Mindful Warrior provides a fresh, authentic, and structured path of how to use mindfulness to embrace living in awareness and reconnect with our innermost nature of peace, wisdom, and compassion. Les mer
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The Way of the Mindful Warrior provides a fresh, authentic, and structured path of how to use mindfulness to embrace living in awareness and reconnect with our innermost nature of peace, wisdom, and compassion.

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William Van Gordon, PhD, is currently Associate Professor of Contemplative Psychology at the University of Derby, UK. He is widely regarded as a leading international expert in Contemplative Psychology and in the last 5 years alone, in addition to three books William has published over 100 academic papers, including in some of the world's leading psychology and medical journals. William also writes a regular blog on Contemplative Psychology for Psychology Today. Prior to joining academia, William was a Buddhist monk for ten years and he has previously worked in senior management roles for Marconi Plc, PepsiCo International and Aldi Stores Ltd. William regularly travels all over the world to give keynote speeches, lectures and workshops on meditation and contemplative practice



Edo Shonin, PhD, is a psychologist and was a Buddhist monk for 30 years. In line with his view that there are core practice and theoretical principles that unify all authentic Buddhist traditions, he received monastic ordinations in different Buddhist schools, including the higher ordination within the Theravada Buddhist tradition. He sits on the editorial board for numerous academic journals including Mindfulness and the International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. Edo is internationally recognized as a leading authority in the research and practice of Buddhist meditation. He has over 100 academic publications relating to mindfulness and Buddhist meditation, including in some of the world's leading refereed medical and psychology journals. Edo is co-editor of two academic volumes published by Springer Publications: Mindfulness and Buddhist-derived Approaches in Mental Health and Addiction, and The Buddhist Foundations of Mindfulness. He regularly receives invitations to give keynote speeches, lectures, retreats and workshops at a range of academic and non-academic venues all over the world.