Discover the Power of Mindfulness, Improve the Health of Your Mind Body and Soul
Author: Ashley Cooper
Pubpsher: Independently Published
Here's How Mindfulness Meditation Can Help You Reduce Anxiety & Promote Stress Relief! Feeling exhausted and drained all the time? Having trouble falling asleep? Feeling agitated and restless? Now you can improve your mental and physical health by practicing Mindfulness Meditation even if you are a complete meditation beginner. Click "Buy Now" & Invest In Your Spiritual, Mental, And Physical Wellbeing Today! When it comes to easy-to-follow books on meditation and mindfulness for beginners, this Mindfulness Meditation for Anxiety guide stands alone. Ashley Cooper, the author of this eye-opening guided meditation book and Mindfulness Meditation expert, has created a simple yet comprehensive meditation guide that will allow you to: ✔️ Discover More About The History Of Mindfulness ✔️ Understand The Basic Principles of Mindfulness Meditation ✔️ Learn How To Practice Meditation What's In It For You? Following the footsteps of Jon Kabat-Zinn and the now-famous Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction intervention, this Mindfulness book for meditation will enable you to focus on the present and focus on the moment-to-moment awareness of the body, emotions, thoughts, and surroundings. As a result, you will be able to: ✅ Feel Calmer, More Focused & Centered ✅ Enhance Self-Esteem & Feel More Confident ✅ Improve Your Decision-Making & Problem-Solving Skills ✅ Process Information Better ✅ Breathe Better, Sleep Better & Lower Your Stress Levels "What If I Don't Have Time For Meditation?" Unlike other daily meditation books, Ashley Cooper does not assume that you have all the time in the world. That is exactly why this inspirational Mindfulness Meditation guide includes a special chapter about incorporating Mindfulness Meditation in your hectic daily life. Do You Know Someone Who Could Use This Book? Notice the symptoms. If your loved one is feeling tired and has low energy levels, if your husband is defensive with friends, if your wife has trouble concentrating, if your kids toss and turn at night, if your parents seem stressed all the time... Surprise Them With A Copy Of This Self-Improvement Mindfulness Meditation Guide Today! Click "Add To Cart" To Grab Your Copy NOW!
Embodying mindfulness allows both therapists and clients to make the most of treatment sessions. More than just a guide to techniques and benefits, this book provides a comprehensive understanding of mindfulness meditation, and shows how to effectively incorporate mindfulness into every aspect of the therapeutic process. Mindfulness isn’t simply a therapeutic tool that can be used at a specific time. If you’re a psychotherapist interested in implementing mindfulness practices into your therapy sessions, you must first embody a mindful presence yourself. In Mindfulness Meditation in Psychotherapy, psychotherapist Steven Alper presents the mindfulness pyramid model, an easy-to-use reference approach for integrating mindfulness into the very fabric of your therapy sessions—in every action you take. A therapist’s mindfulness practice and the mindful activity during sessions forms the foundation of clients’ mindfulness practice. This practical guide will help demystify mindfulness meditation; elaborate on the psychotherapeutic benefits of practices such as body scan, breath awareness, sitting meditation, and lovingkindness; and offer helpful strategies for teaching formal and informal mindfulness skills to clients. This book conceptualizes and explores the applicability of mindfulness and delves into the many ways in which mindfulness can manifest in psychotherapy. This is a must-have resource for any therapist interested in honing their own mindfulness practice and incorporating mindfulness in treatment sessions.
How the Body and Mind Work Together to Change Our Behaviour
Author: Yi-Yuan Tang
This book presents the latest neuroscience research on mindfulness meditation and provides guidance on how to apply these findings to our work, relationships, health, education and daily lives. Presenting cutting-edge research on the neurological and cognitive changes associated with its practice Tang aims to explain how it reaps positive effects and subsequently, how best to undertake and implement mindfulness practice. Mindfulness neuroscience research integrates theory and methods from eastern contemplative traditions, western psychology and neuroscience, and is based on neuroimaging techniques, physiological measures and behavioural tests. The Neuroscience of Mindfulness Meditation begins by explaining these foundations and then moves on to themes such as the impact of personality and how mindfulness can shape behaviour change, attention and self-control. Finally, the book discusses common misconceptions about mindfulness and challenges in future research endeavours. Written by an expert in the neuroscience of mindfulness this book will be valuable for scholars, researchers and practitioners in psychotherapy and the health sciences working with mindfulness, as well as those studying and working in the fields of neuroscience and neuropsychology.
Meditation is defined as a state of mind in which you focus on a certain object that enables you to practice your attention in a single thing – something like a word or a phrase, a geometrical figure, a candle flame, or simple actions such as inhale and exhale. We all experience a stressed environment; the source could most probably come from work, family issues or social interactions with individuals you meet. The Zen Mind-Body Mindfulness techniques allows you to find different methods and practices to assist you finding your inner peace within yourself.
The front cover is the visualization for a meditation designed to recall the Bodhiccitta of infancy. Some Buddhists believe infants are born enlightened. Imagine there suddenly appears a glowing ember in your heart that glows stronger as you breath in and turns into a fountain of love that flows throughout your body as you breath out. Meditate for 30 Minutes. Allow the meditation to close gently. www.ronaldcowen.com
Mindfulness meditation is an ancient and, increasingly popular, technique for improving quality of life. Joseph Emet is a qualified practitioner of meditation in Thich Nhat Hanh's tradition. Learn how to reduce stress in the workplace, manage depression and enjoy life. Mindfulness meditation is widely recognised to have a positive impact on mental and physical health, and is supported by the Mental Health Foundation.