Nap Ministry's Rest Deck
From Tricia Hersey, the celebrated founder of the Nap Ministry, this deck of 50 powerful rest practices helps you embrace rest as a form of radical self-care and personal liberation.
The Nap Ministry's Rest Deck is a rousing call to reclaim rest in everyday life. Delivered in a stunning package with gorgeous artwork throughout, the deck combines restorative meditations with prescient wisdom from celebrated activist Tricia Hersey, a.k.a. the Nap Bishop," and founder of the Nap Ministry. Readers will discover 50 inspiring cards, each with an empowering affirmation and a simple practice to encourage rest, rejuvenation, and imagination. Rooted in social justice and imbued with spirituality, these cardsoffer short, accessible practices designed to uplift anyone suffering from the toxic effects of grind culture.
CELEBRATED AUTHOR: Tricia Hersey, a.k.a. "the Nap Bishop," is the founder of the Nap Ministry and the bestselling author of Rest is Resistance: A Manifesto. Her work as a Black activist, artist, and wellness leader has been featured by the New York Times, NPR, The Cut, and the Atlantic, among many others. In this deck, she distills her profound and celebrated teachings into 50 accessible practices.
TOOL FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: Brimming with practices to empower personal liberation as a step toward building a healthier, more just world, this deck offers readers a new way to engage with social justice and invites a wide audience to embrace the power of rest as an essential balm for our collective burnout.
BEAUTIFUL TO GIFT AND DISPLAY: This bold, eye-catching package with colorful illustrations and gold accents is a beautiful and meaningful gift for friends, activists, and anyone feeling overwhelmed and exhausted by the demands of grind culture.
• A powerful new tool for social justice activists
• People experiencing burnout or anyone seeking mindful affirmation cards to aid their healing practice
• Fans of the Nap Ministry, Rest is Resistance: A Manifesto, Layla Saad, Rachel Cargle, and Alexandra Elle
• Readers of Me and White Supremacy, I'm Still Here, and How to Do Nothing
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