THERE IS NO RIGHT WAY TO MEDITATE: $?, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, hard stock cover, 32 pgs.

I try not to be a negative person. I also try not to hide from my problems and troubles. I picked this zine up at the Mini Comic-Con at the Center For The Arts Eagle Rock. There Is No Right Way to Meditate is a charming, helpful, and useful zine that outlines simple steps to embrace the good and let go of the bad. As the opening page recommends, “Sometimes it’s okay if the only thing you did today was breathe.” It may sound corny, but this unpretentious, quiet zine has been a tremendous help with me dealing with two recent deaths. This morning, I went on a bike ride and got a flat. Instead of pulling in black clouds above my head, I took the opportunity to take my time on the walk home and look at stuff that’s usually a blur when I’m pedaling. I enjoyed my walk. It’s the small, powerful reminders that can help days seem less miserable and more manageable. Thanks for putting this out.([email protected]