Best Mindfulness Books to Learn Mindfulness
Mindfulness is a very trending topic nowadays. Like, when I meet new people or go to the office, I see people talking about embracing the positivity, living life mindfully alongside how to practice mindfulness in our lives. And, do you know that list does not end here there are so many topics ranging from supercharging leadership to learning meditation, patenting or social justice, investigating technology with mental health and much more!
Therefore, to implement mindfulness in your daily lives, I have handpicked the top five best mindfulness books around the globe to learn mindfulness in easy ways.
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1. The untethered soul
This book by Michael A. Singer was published on 3 October 2007. This mindfulness book is all about how to find one’s limitations and how to go beyond boundaries to achieve something in life. It also tells us how to achieve peace and how to found serenity.
This book helps in realizing the self-worth and how to improve our relationship with ourselves. It helps us discover inner peace and how to achieve that.
The untethered soul can take anyone on a journey of self-exploration. It helps us control our inner thoughts and emotions. Through this book, we get to know how effective meditation and mindfulness are in achieving all this. Singer shows how someone can control their emotions and thoughts by stopping dwelling in the past and achieving true happiness and self-realization by focusing on the present.
This book was written by Linda Graham and was published in the year 2018. As the name suggests, this book tells us how to bounce back from all the difficulties, disappointments, failures we face in our lives.
In our daily lives, we face lots of challenges or difficulties such as sometimes we miss our trains, dropping our meal on the floor, and having an earful from our bosses. All these things cause frustration, anxiety and also mess up our coping mechanism (coping with difficulties). But through this mindfulness book, Linda told us to stay strong and advised us not to be knocked down by them.
But sometimes we face even harder challenges than these in our lives like a lethal illness, death, or something more disastrous.
That’s where resilience comes in. It helps us in bouncing back from all the difficulties.
This book is all about that so if you are going through a bad phase in your life you can give it a go.
3. Be mindful and stress less
This book by Gina Biegel was published in the year 2018. Biegel, a psychotherapist and the creator of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Teens, knows exactly what aspects of mindfulness can help teens in today’s busy and hectic environment. This mindfulness book tells us about the simple mindfulness practices for teens that can help to grow compassion in them, build self-esteem and reduce the unnecessary stress they have to bear.
Nowadays School, work, social media causes lots of stress in teens and also the demand or expectations or pressure can stress them out.
Being mindful and less stressed by Gina provides you the simple yet effective mindfulness way to overcome these stresses. So, you can give it a go.
4. The Mindful Day
This book by Laurie J. Cameron was published in the year 2018. This book contains 5 chapters and 50 sections in them. The mindful day is basically a guidebook for the whole day activity from morning to evening. It tells us how we can carry out daily activities without being stressed out or with ease and calmness.
Laurie basically designed this book for very busy professionals and through this book; she is guiding them step by step in carrying out the important task of their daily lives.
This book shows how mindfulness practice can help you tackle life’s complexity with ease.
Laurie’s practical wisdom, knowledge, and experience will help you make the most of the present moment, creating a roadmap for inner peace – and a life of deeper purpose and joy.
5. The Little Book of Being: Practices and Guidance for Uncovering Your Natural Awareness
Diana Winston the author of the book tried to teach working of the mind in a very effective way. The writer is a meditation practitioner from the teenage and now the director of UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center. The book is written from direct experience and leaves the reader with a positive mind. The writer has included her personal experience in the little book of being.
The best part of the mindfulness book comes when the writer has mentioned: “It’s time for me to relax, stop trying so hard, and recognize the natural awareness and goodness already inherent in all beings.”
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