Mindfulness: Navigate Daily Life Using Mindfulness New Science of Health and Happiness by Lena E. Adams

How to Meditate & Mindfulness Meditation to Reduce Stress

18b Chances Are That You’ll Look At The World With More Peace And Compassion When You’re Done With This Book.

Mindfulness: navigate daily life using mindfulness new science of health and happiness


Chances Are That You’ll Look At The World With More Peace And Compassion When You’re Done With This Book. It’s My Firm Belief That The Warrior Of Peace Within You Will Be Awakened By The Words Hidden In This Book.

you will learn in this book:
• The science behind mindfulness
• Setting intentions for your practice
• How to stop judging yourself and others
• The human ‘ego’ and our need to be right
• How to accept others as they are
• How to process your emotions effectively
• How to practice forgiveness
• Tips for anxiety and stress reduction
• Tips for Self-acceptance
• How to stop worrying and use your imagination effectively
• How to connect to your body and get out of your head
• How to use gratitude as a tool for increased happiness

Throughout the day, are you pulled in a hundred different directions at once? Lying in bed at night, do you replay the day's events, fretting over the things you should or should not have said or done? If this sounds familiar, you are not alone.

Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Meditation

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Meditations

Language: English

Keywords: Stop Depression, Inner Peace, Mindfulness Meditation, Sleeping Better; Miracle Science of Health and Happiness, Positive Affirmations, Fall Asleep Instantly; Release Stress and Overcome Depression and Anxiety, Changing Thoughts, Beliefs, and Emotional Reactions; Peaceful Life, Empower Yourself, Peace and Happiness, Decluttering Your Mind; Self-awareness, Reduce Stress and Manage Negative Emotion, Extreme Focus and Happiness;

Word Count: 8492

Sample text:

We should consider mindfulness in our day-to-day activities. We are required to maintain calmness in order to gain a deeper understanding of our feelings, our minds and our hearts.  According to Buddhism, the practice of mindfulness lets us find the path to wisdom, and we can achieve this by entering a meditative state. In a psychological perspective, mindfulness provides us with a way to control obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, drug addiction, and anxiety.

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