There Is No Right Way to Meditate

There Is No Right Way to Meditate

Yumi Sakugawa / Sep 21, 2019

There Is No Right Way to Meditate Zine neither book nor magazine nor periodical in nature Illustrates common points of meditation practice

  • Title: There Is No Right Way to Meditate
  • Author: Yumi Sakugawa
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • Zine neither book nor magazine nor periodical in nature Illustrates common points of meditation practice.

    • ↠ There Is No Right Way to Meditate || ☆ PDF Read by ☆ Yumi Sakugawa
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      Published :2019-06-11T00:26:24+00:00

    About "Yumi Sakugawa"

      • Yumi Sakugawa

        California based comic artist and illustrator Yumi Sakugawa s work has featured everything from lonely one eyed monsters to an ode to The Baby Sitters Club character Claudia Kishi Her off beat comics that explore the trials and tribulations of human interaction have been featured in Sadie Magazine and The Rumpus and her comic zine Mundane Fortunes for the Next Ten Billion Years And Other Stories was chosen as a Notable Comic of 2012 by the Best American Comics anthology excerpt from papermag 2013 01 yumi_You can find her on Facebook and Instagram and contributing to The Rumpus and Wonder How To.


    572 Comments


    1. Short and cuteGreat little read for all ages and in whichever state of mind you're in. The drawings are cute, quick, and expressive just like writing. The book reminds you to enjoy the precious time and space you have.


    2. Great visualization on meditation, concentration, inner and outer peace.I would have loved for the book to be a little bit longer. Still I enjoyed it a lot and it will be for sure a re-read.


    3. This was a quick read. I liked it but I returned it because the price for this book was a little much. Anyone looking to soothe their mind and like illustrations this is for you.





    4. good stuffA very short book with little pearls of peace. Sweet. I will reread. I'm sure this was more therapeutic for the author than it was for me, but still, nice.




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