Find a Quiet Corner: A Simple Guide to Self-Peace

Rushing through the day drains your precious energy, increases your stress, and makes you feel depleted instead of renewed. FIND A QUIET CORNER will help you change that. It is a caring companion that goes beyond daily meditations to teach you how to unwind, experience a new infusion of energy, and get in touch with the reservoir of strength and calmness hidden within all of us.


In just a few minutes, you can discover how to tap into these resources. You’ll be able to enter your own private sanctum any time…in the morning when you wake up…during lunch…at night…even right now. The investment in time is small, but the rewards are strength and inner peace.

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“To pause, to breathe, to sense, to be – these gaps in the busy-ness are what give meaning to activity.  Find A Quiet Corner is a precious guide and reminder to live from the spaciousness of our inner beings – to live in the joy and peace that are our birth right.”

—Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., author of Guilt Is the Teacher, Love Is the Lesson


“Find A Quiet Corner is a wise and inspirational book, a beautiful introduction to the art of meditation. The book offers a helping hand along the path towards inner peace and happiness.  We will all ultimately walk this path.  Why not begin now?”

—Brian L. Weiss, M.D., P.A., author of Many Lives, Many Masters


“O’Hara helps us find the quiet place inside us where inner peace abounds. In our harried lives, it’s comforting to remember the quiet place can be revisited.”

—Michele Weiner-Davis, M.S.W., author of Fire Your Shrink and Divorce Busting


“There is breathtaking wisdom and strength to be found in a single moment of silence—and Nancy O’Hara offers a kind invitation to listen. Find a Quiet Corner is a gentle opening; it beckons us into fruitful practice. Here, we harvest the compelling grace that is born only in the quiet of our lives.”

—Wayne Muller, minister and therapist, author of Thursday’s Child: The Spiritual Advantages of a Painful Childhood