Way of the Cat: Nap, Do Nothing and Stretch Your Way to a Blissful Life

Book Way of the Cat: Nap, Do Nothing and Stretch Your Way to a Blissful Life

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- By: Dana Kramer-Rolls(Author)
- Language: English
- Format: PDF - Djvu
- Pages:176
- Publisher: Conari Pr (May 1, 2004)
- Bestsellers rank: 3
- Category: Self-Help
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Follow Iggy, Isabel and Inky through their daily lives and learn how you can get in touch with your inner cat. From life's simplest pleasures, such as the all-over stretch, to the gentle art of doing nothing to learning how to get along, the author's cats show you how.

Dana Kramer-Rolls is a writer whose work has appeared in PanGaia and The Pomegranate. She's also the author of a Star-Trek novel, Home is the Hunter. Kramer-Rolls's short stories have appeared in a number of Marion Zimmer Bradley collections. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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  • By Raymond Mathiesen on February 21, 2007

    The Way Of The Cat is not just a feline lovers book. It is a psychology/self-help book written from a very original angle. Learn a quieter, more relaxed style of living by observing your cat.For example learn the cat methods of meditation and yoga. If you are not usually interested in those arts this book still might be for you. Cat meditation does not require the strict rules of straight back, crossed legs, hands in the lotus position, staring at a candle for 20 minutes, all with a totally empty brain. Sit any way you feel comfortable. Move your head if you are bored with what you see. Think about what you might eat for tea. The methods you learn in this book will be totally natural and come easy.Other topics covered include getting the most out of sleeping, eating right, friendly relationships/personal space, growing old with dignity and religion. Each chapter ends with a set of practical exercises that will really change your life if you let them.I read this book some time ago but I still spend half an hour a day with my cat in the garden looking at clouds, ants, and plants, following my moggy, meditating about what I have read and sometimes thinking nothing at all.

  • By Guest on May 28, 2016

    This book has barely anything to do with cats. The author is just using a book about her cats as means to go off topic and talk about her own personal views, most of them political.To be honest I only truly read the first five chapters. It was at the time I realized she was not going to stop emitting her personal views so I just skimmed through the rest.

  • By S. Douglass on September 24, 2004

    This smart, spiritual and life affirming little book is not just for cat lovers. With wisdom and humor Dana Kramer-Rolls encourages her readers to make their lives more beautiful and fulfilling by looking to our furry friends. She gently shows us we can learn to be comfortable in our bodies, age beautifully and live passionate and spiritually.This is very sweet book for all kinds of people.

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