Meditation: The Ultimate Guide to Improving Yourself Peace of Mind by Dennis Schmid

(56b) The Ultimate Guide to Improving Yourself Peace of Mind

Meditation: the ultimate guide to improving yourself peace of mind


Mindfulness is an effective, low-cost way for educators to help students improve their social and emotional wellness as they learn and grow. The authors share practical tools that align to the five key categories of mindfulness benefits—stress reduction, attention, emotional control, positive self-concept, and positive interactions—and offer a step-by-step process for establishing a formal school or classroom mindfulness program.

Meditation is an easy way to bring more peace and tranquillity into your life. Packed with practical advice, useful meditations and affirming thoughts, this little audiobook teaches you how to be happier, healthier and more relaxed - without sitting for hours on a meditation cushion.  

The contributors bring philosophical, cultural, historical, and ethnographic perspectives to bear, considering such issues as the philosophical presuppositions behind practice, the secularization of meditation, the values and goods assumed in clinical approaches, and the sorts of subjects that take shape under the influence of these transformed and transformative practices-all the more powerful for being so often formulated with the authority of scientific discourse.

If you are ready to take action and change your life for the better, this book will definitely guide you in the right direction!

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: 5332

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Here is how you can practice it.

Step 1: Find a Quiet and Peaceful Meditation Spot

First, find a quiet and comfortable place away from the noises of the world. This place should be devoid of distractions–perhaps a room dedicated for the purpose of meditation. Make sure it has no distractions. De-clutter and clean this area so you can easily focus on the practice. Put your mobile phone on silent, airplane mode, or turn it off while you meditate. 

Step 2: Relax your Body

Once you find your peaceful and quiet place, make yourself comfortable. You can sit on a chair or even lie down if that makes you comfortable. However, if you decide to lie down instead of sitting, make sure you do not fall asleep, something that happens a lot to those who choose to meditate while lying down–an effect of a relaxed mind.

Step 3: Allow your Thoughts to Wander for a Few Moments

When done with the previous steps, settle down, and take a couple of deep breaths. After this, let the random thoughts come to your mind as they usually do: do not try to stop them!

Write these distracting thoughts on a page before actually starting the process of meditation and tell yourself you will attend to these thoughts after the practice. This helps you focus less on them and more on your breath as you meditate.



Step 4: Start Focusing on your Breaths

Start the actual mindful breathing meditation exercise. Breathe in your natural way and focus only on your breath. Inhale from your mouth, exhale from your nose (or vice versa), and concentrate only on how you breathe and the movements your breath produces in your body such as the rise and fall of your abdomen. 

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