Barb Schmidt and The Practice were featured in the September/October issue of Bella NYC Magazine.
Barb Schmidt was featured on 11 News Sunday, which aired live on September 7, 2014.
During the segment Barb discussed the launch of her new book The Practice, the messaging behind peaceful mind peaceful life and National Self-Improvement month.
Barb also discussed her upcoming book signing at Breathe Books in Baltimore.
11 News Sunday Morning is featured on WBAL-TV and is the morning program for the NBC affiliate for the Baltimore market and airs from 5:00-8:00 am.
Barb Schmidt was featured on Fox 45 Morning News, which aired live on September 6, 2014.
The interview highlighted the launch of Barb’s premiere book, The Practice and how it can help Conscious Talk listeners to live a more stress-free and productive day. Barb also spoke about her career and the mission of Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life.
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The feature also highlighted her book signing at Barnes and Nobles later that evening. Barb stated, “If the bride is peaceful and strong and confident and things around the bride are going well, the groom will be fabulous!”
During the radio interview, Barbara discussed how we could take steps to practice peace in our own lives. While discussing her battle with bulimia, Barb stated, “It launched me in this whole path I talk about in my book; this idea of finding your inner source of strength and compassion and security within to be able to live the life we’re meant to be living.”
The live television interview highlighted Barb’s premiere book, “The Practice” and her tips for letting go of your day for a better night’s rest. The feature also highlighted her home page. Barb stated, “We can choose a thought and go into a restful night’s sleep by letting those worrisome thoughts go with the breath and be back in the moment.”
View the feature article here: http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/blogs/fitstop/2014/05/23/health/3-ways-to-keep-calm-and-take-control-of-a-stressful-day/
Barb’s new book, The Practice has been with me on my travels this week to Colombia and Mexico. I read a few lines before I pass out at night and usually wake up with it on my face or next to me, pages open, reminding me to Practice Peace.
We cannot predict what, when, or how life will throw us a curve ball, but what we can control is our action. The best way to take tough situations is to be prepared.
Barb discussES the launch of her new book and the three part daily routine that gives her a great sense of grounding, peace and happiness.
When our meditation is over, we then move on to our “to-do” list from a calmer, less impatient, and more peaceful place—simply because we have taken a few moments to stop, even before we begin.
Barb Schmidt as an international lecturer, life coach, founder of Peaceful Mind Life and author of The Practice.
The Practice offers simple tools for managing stress, finding inner peace and uncovering happiness.
So The Practice is this culmination of all that I have learned in the last 30 years; it is a three-part daily routine that gives me a great sense of grounding, peace and happiness. I believe strongly that, “outer peace begins with inner peace.”
The Practice, her debut book, Schmidt provides readers with a set of practical tools designed to manage stress, gain more confidence and find deeper meaning in the modern world.
By now, most of us have heard about the benefits of meditation, which include increased well-being, relaxation, and focus. Some research shows that it can even help fight serious health conditions such as heart disease and cancer. But, if you are a busy person (and who isn’t?) or averse to the idea of incense and chanting, have no fear: all it takes to get started is five minutes and a quiet place.
Schmidt’s book is a great place to get started, but there are many other accessible, inexpensive resources to help you learn more about the benefits of meditation and how to develop your own routine.
Barb Schmidt developed a three-part spiritual discipline called The Practice. These tools are a compilation of the great Truths taught by authentic teachers and masters throughout the centuries from various religious and spiritual traditions.
Barb Schmidt, is doing the real work she was meant to do and making the kind of spiritual changes in the world that make this book worth the read!
“You’ll learn that a wellspring of inner peace and happiness exists inside each one of us and to access it takes only minutes a day.”
Her book is described as a tool kit for making “subtle shifts in the day that will create a positive ripple effect on all areas of life.”