75 Essential Meditations to Reduce Stress, Improve Mental Health, and Find Peace in the Everyday
Practicing Mindfulness is an easy to digest guidebook to help you bring mindfulness and loving-kindness to your life. From the beginning, you will learn techniques and practices to be present, practice patience with yourself, and care for your difficulties. Whether you’re seeking new ways to relieve anxiety, interested in formal meditation practice, or interested in how mindfulness can bring you more joy, this book offers basic instructions for you to start your practice.
Coming September of 2018, Practicing Mindfulness contains 75 powerful practices to be mindful in your everyday life. With step-by-step instructions, you will learn how to practice mindfulness with no prior experience needed. Order your copy today and kickstart your mindfulness practice!
About the Book
Practicing Mindfulness: 75 Essential Meditations to Reduce Stress, Improve Mental Health, and Find Peace in the Everyday is the new book from Matthew Sockolov, offering individual practices in a step-by-step guidebook. Each individual chapter contains instructions to take you through from start to finish.
The book is broken up into three main sections:
Basic Mindfulness Exercises
This section contains basic mindfulness exercises and introductions to practices. It includes techniques to build concentration, cultivate loving-kindness, and begin to investigate mindfulness in your personal experience.
These are practices and techniques to bring mindfulness to your everyday life. From washing the dishes to driving, you will find ways to be present during your day.
The final section covers the moods and difficult states we may experience. Work with anxiety, deal with anger, and approach the painful experiences with patience and kindness.
About the Author
Matthew Sockolov is the founding teacher of One Mind Dharma. Introduced to meditation as a teenager, he has dedicated himself to mindfulness, meditation, and the study of Buddhist principles every since. He works with recovering addicts, adolescents, and anyone who joins the community to practice. He trained as a Buddhist meditation teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation center, and now works one-on-one with individuals wishing to deepen their practice.