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21 Mindfulness and Meditation Books for Beginners
I have a confession to make. So, with all of this in mind, it is for entirely selfish reasons that I have chosen to compile this list of mindfulness and meditation books for beginners. And yet! I know there are several of you reading this who also want to find easy, practical ways to work meditation and mindfulness into your everyday routines. From the spiritual to the practical to the scientific, one of these meditation books will work for you. In this book, Thich Nhat Hanh offers practical suggestions and accessible anecdotes to help anyone learn to practice mindfulness.
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Most of us understand the abstract benefits of mindfulness and meditation. But how do we actually do it? From patronising zealots to dogmatic control freaks, the people often dishing it out are frustratingly difficult to relate to. For those of us out there and there are a lot whose cynicism only sharpens the more ethereal and wishy-washy advice on meditation we are exposed to, this book will be a beacon of hope. Dan Harris speaks as one sceptic to another, giving no-nonsense advise and hilarious anecdotal evidence on all things meditation. He explains how he went from being a steadfast doubter to a full-blown believer after suffering a panic attack live on air on Good Morning America.
Best Products may earn money from the links on this page. Why trust us? Anyone can benefit from meditating on a regular basis — just the act of sitting still and breathing for a few minutes each day helps reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and allow you be more present and engaged. From philosophical to just plain fun, use these meditation books to help center yourself and live a more zen life. Did you know that there isn't just one way to meditate? The book Practical Meditation for Beginners walks readers through 10 different methods to help kickstart a day practice.