Meditation: A Quick Self-Help Guide to Stress Management and Happiness by Joel Berry

(35b) A Quick Self-Help Guide to Stress Management and Happiness

Meditation: a quick self-help guide to stress management and happiness


This book is for anyone who wants more mindfulness in his or her life but just can’t seem to find the time. Don’t know where to start? Don’t worry! It’s a lot easier than you think.

the book easy to navigate. The text has been updated for this new edition by parenting and meditation expert Amber Hatch, author of the bestselling Mindfulness for Parents, and she has also written a foreword.

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Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Language: English

Keywords: meditation, meditation for beginners, meditation and mindfullness, buddhism, meditation exercises

Word Count: 4681

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Sample text:

Make sure you make it a daily habit. You have to commit yourself to meditating. It would be best to do it in the morning when your mind is open and fresh, but if you can't, make sure to squeeze it in your day—no matter how busy you are.
Start by doing it for at least two minutes. Committing yourself to anything could be hard for sure. However, there is always a way of allowing yourself to embrace change. As for meditation, you can start by doing it for at least two minutes at first. Sit down, go to a quiet room, and meditate for at least 2 minutes. By doing so, you can appreciate what meditating can do—and in the coming days, you may be able to do it longer.
Know that it doesn't have to be perfect. Every person meditates differently—because while there are many forms, there really is no wrong or right way to do it. If you don't want to sit on the floor, sit on the couch instead. What matters is that you are comfortable because if you are not, you would not be able to meditate.
Count your breaths. This is one of the easiest ways to start meditating. It'll help you understand how you are doing and how else you could go about meditating. It's also a good way of calming yourself down.
Pause, and start again. If you catch yourself wandering, just take a deep breath, pause for a minute, and then start again. Know that it's normal for the brain to wander, especially if you're new to meditation. What matters here is that you do not stop altogether—and that you will come back to it.

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