A Handbook of Mindfulness in Life and Photography

About the Book

This handbook explores the transformative power of being present, cultivating emotional intelligence, and embracing light and shadow in life. It serves as a guidepost, encouraging readers to explore and capture life’s poetry through conscious awareness rather than as a destination. May your journey be one of discovery, growth, and the perpetual pursuit of artistry and mindfulness, fuelled by the wisdom and insights shared within these pages. Remember that the profound art of mindfulness will always be your steadfast companion, enriching both your images and the very fabric of your being with each click of the shutter and each step along your path.

About the Author

My name is Mitch Houlston. I developed an interest in photography from my family members who used to take pictures of me and my brother during family gatherings, holidays, and other events. Now, my wife and I love to go on walks and capture the beauty of nature through my lens. We document our progress on our website and Instagram page to inspire others to pursue their passions and create a positive community.

Qn 1: Can you tell us more about your book What is it about?

It is a tool for practicing mindfulness while exploring nature and scenery through photography, tailored for any skill level.

Qn 2: Who do you think would be interested in this book, is it directed at any particular market?

For individuals seeking to enhance their mental and physical well-being, as well as those who relish taking walks in natural surroundings and photography enthusiasts of any age, gender, ability, religious belief, or skill level, our goal is to promote mindfulness and cultivate a positive attitude towards life.

Qn 3: What guidance would you offer to someone new, or trying to enhance their writing?

Consider starting a journal or diary to document your thoughts and ideas. Whether you choose to write digitally or with pen and paper, it can be a helpful way to organize your thoughts. Once you feel you have gathered enough information, you can start putting together a book. There may be someone out there who finds your work insightful and enjoyable to read.

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