Most of us simply know that we love colouring. Taking out our favourite colouring pencils and filling in an abstract design keeps us focused on the activity at hand. Colouring has a de-stressing effect. The act of colouring requires repetition and attention to detail, so we can focus on the activity, rather than our worries. When we colour, it brings out our inner child. We are reminded of the days when life was easy, simple and our biggest worry was playing with our favourite friend. You don't have to be an artist to enjoy colouring. Even if you have never picked up a colouring pencil in your life and completed colouring page, it can still be pleasurable because you have nothing to lose. Medical research claims that colouring is a form of meditation, also mindfulness colour therapy is now being used as a therapy to reduce stress in children and adults. The simple act of colouring a picture, symbol or a mandala can be quite beneficial in relieving stress and anxiety. Colouring allows us to switch off our brains from other thoughts and focus on the moment. Fancy giving it a try? Then ... this book is for you!