The authors focus on healing depression using non-judgmental awareness to live in the present, which they call mindfulness. This book would be most helpful for those suffering from mild depression and who are open to Eastern-leaning philosophies. I particularly liked the section of which discusses how focusing on how we “should feel” (i.e. "I should be happy now") can make depression worse. The book helps readers use deep breathing, intuition, and the mind body connection to get in touch with feelings. This book also includes a CD to guide the reader in performing body scan, yoga, breathing, and mindfulness exercises.