Meditation: Improve Your Focus With Simple Meditation Techniques (Beginners Buddhist Mindfulness) by Chris Maniates

Improve Your Focus With Simple Meditation Techniques (Beginners Buddhist Mindfulness)

Meditation: improve your focus with simple meditation techniques (beginners buddhist mindfulness)


This book describes meditation techniques, which are intended for daily use and ultimately, to have a happy and healthy lifestyle. It discusses the technique from the Buddha's set of instructions, specifically on how to utilize the breath for conditioning and training the mind. According to the Pali Canon, which is the oldest record of Buddha's teachings, the breath is significant for the topics of restful meditation for the mind and body, developing mindfulness, discernment, and concentration, and the path to awakening. Fortunately, you need not be a Buddhist to perform these techniques.

Meditation is a simple, yet life-transforming skill that will help you relax and deal with a myriad of other things like eliminating anxiety, insomnia, and relieving stress. Further, meditation helps you achieve inner peace and happiness because it helps you understand yourself and develop the inherent potential begging to bubble to the surface.

Do not wait longer to discover YOUR KEY to a new and better life.


Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Language: English

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

Word Count: 5243

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Incessant negative thinking gives birth to depression, anxiety, and other similar conditions. Yes, at one point or the other, it is normal to experience depression but if you continuously worry about a certain event, you form strong and devastating negative thoughts in your mind. Quite often, these worrisome thoughts revolve around past events, or events that are yet to happen.

Instead of moving on and perceiving that incident as an experience, or thinking positively about the future, we allow past and future worry to continuously trouble our mind and thoughts. When you constantly think of an upsetting event, you brew more negative thoughts than is usual.

According to recent research studies, we, humans, experience about 25,000-50,000 thoughts in a day; if we are sad, we tend to think more. When you think of something bothersome, negative thoughts supersede positive thoughts. As you may already know, when negative thoughts enter your mind, they take up more space, leaving no room for positive thinking. With time, the negative thoughts become stronger resulting in depression, chronic anxiety, and stress.

Once depression victimizes you, you begin losing awareness of your thoughts. When this happens, you become oblivious and unaware when a negative thought silently creeps into your mind.

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