Finding Your Way

Meditations, Thoughts, and Wisdom for Living an Authentic Life

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By Sharon Salzberg

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Find a sense of calm and hope with this illustrated gift book from the world renowned and bestselling meditation teacher as she offers bite-sized tidbits of inspiring advice.

Finding Your Way is the newest book from the one of the most beloved and bestselling meditation teachers.  In dozens of clear and inspiring entries, readers will be reminded that there are many ways to stay calm and move forward.  From choosing to simply "do the good that is in front of you," to reading a meaningful piece from an interview with a kind leader, to quotes from people Sharon admires, and reminders of how to practice meditation, Finding Your Way will show readers that they are always on the right path, because it is their own.  Each thought, whether a single quote or a short essay, is presented in a visually calm manner, with dozens of four color illustrations to enhance and inspire the experience throughout the book.  


From the introduction: 
Introduction: Transforming in the Here and Now
In the 50 years I’ve been involved in practicing and teaching meditation, I have met thousands of people looking for encouragement to help navigate the daily challenges of life and remind them that they are resilient and capable. So many of us long for insight that can be easily translated into the situations of our day-to-day lives. This book offers guidance in bite-sized amounts, ready to access when we need inspiration  most. Each of the items is a stand-alone piece—a reflection to help you shift perspective, an immediate practice, an encouragement to help broaden your view and open your heart, a way to find rest for a bit, or a prompt to expand mindfulness and deepen compassion. Each emphasizes transformation in the here and now, harnessing the power of wisdom, and living the very best life we can through strengthening, caring, and connection.
The selections come in seven different shapes and sizes arrayed throughout the book, so opening to any page can offer a fresh thought, story, or suggestion.
I’ve included statements from my personal learning over the many years of my meditation practice that I felt are worth remembering, including during recent and particularly difficult times. The short essays offer a thought for the day, a reflection that can help change your perspective or guide you to dare to be different. You’ll find snippets from compelling interviews I’ve had with inspiring people. I’ll show a bit of what they say and why it matters. I keep a collection of arresting or inspiring quotes or passages from people I admire and I’ve shared many of  them here. We all need help and reminders sometimes, so a you’ll find one-page meditation practices on a particular theme, such as offering lovingkindness, and receiving lovingkindness offered to you. I think of short practices surrounding a particular activity, such as washing the dishes, as meditation in action, to be applied in the midst of daily life.  And I’ve included brief stories that illustrate a theme or the depiction of a place or a special object that has opened my heart or lifted my spirits. I think of these as soul stories.
May these pockets of inspiration, drawn from years of practice and friendship, help you as much in your life as they have in mine.


On Sale
Oct 10, 2023
Page Count
112 pages

Sharon Salzberg

Sharon Salzberg

About the Author

Sharon Salzberg is a pioneer in the field of meditation, a world-renowned teacher, and New York Times bestselling author. She has played a pivotal role in bringing meditation and mindfulness into mainstream American culture since 1974. Sharon is cofounder of The Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA, and has authored 10 books, including the New York Times bestseller Real Happiness. Acclaimed for her down-to-earth and relatable teaching style, Sharon offers a secular, modern approach to Buddhist teachings, making them instantly accessible. Her writing can be found on Medium, On Being, the Maria Shriver blog, and Huffington Post. Sharon is also the host of her own podcast The Metta Hour, with 100+ episodes featuring interviews with the top leaders and voices in the meditation and mindfulness movement. Learn more at

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