Monday, November 21, 2011

Consumer Critique: Yoga for Your Brain

I recently had the chance to review #5369 Yoga for Your Brain a Zentangle Workout by Sandy Steen Bartholomew. This book wasn't exactly what I expected, but that made it even more unique.

With a name like "Yoga for Your Brain" I expected it to be some sort of guided meditation and brain workouts - more of mental mind games, or visualizations. Well, it's pretty visual, but it's more active than I expected. The book takes you through making "Zentangles®" which are quite neat works of art. The author's, obviously, look wonderful and are mesmerizing. Mine? Not so much. I have a good eye for art, but terrible hands for creating it. But that's not the point - the point is the process.

If you like the idea of meditation for relaxation but are unable to really clear your mind of external thoughts, try this book. By thinking about the art you're creating, you really do lose sight of other stresses. If you already do meditation but want to try something new, or you love creating art and want to get into meditation, this book is perfect for you too.

Disclosure: I received a complimentary e-copy of this book to facilitate this review.

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