Practicing Mindfulness 75 Essential Meditations To Reduce Stress Improve Mental Health And Find Peace In The Everyday

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Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations

Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1510730664
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Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations by , Summary

Those people looking effortlessly relaxed in the yoga studio? They are so not you. Your life barely allows for quiet, let alone meditation. You have a commute that takes longer every year, you cook dinner for a family that doesn't appreciate it, and at the end of all that, you still have to take your dog out for a walk. You are tired, and adding one more thing to the pile is out of the question. Rather than expecting you to find more time to meditate, Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations brings meditation to you. Mindfulness expert Courtney Sunday allows the concept of mindfulness to be flexible, playful, and even fun. With more than 75 everyday meditations, Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations offers targeted suggestions for inner freedom, even if you can't stop scrolling your Instagram feed. Included are meditations for . . . When Your Energy is Fading Fast When You Can’t Find Your Keys Rush Hour Traffic When You Just Don’t Know Anymore Inner Struggle And more! Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations doesn't judge you for being hungover or eating too much cake (in fact, there are mindfulness exercises for both of those situations). Purposeful presence is possible for all of us, even when your Uber is late or the Wi-Fi is down. Really.

5-Minute Mindfulness

5-Minute Mindfulness Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Dillard-Wright,Heidi E Spear,Paula Munier
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440532648
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5-Minute Mindfulness by David Dillard-Wright,Heidi E Spear,Paula Munier Summary

Mindfulness is just a moment away! You don't need to hide yourself away on a mountaintop for decades to achieve enlightenment. You can do it right in your own home, at work, even in the car on your daily commute. All it takes a 5 minutes—and an open mind. With 5-Minute Mindfulness, readers find quick and easy ways to calm their minds, soothe their psyches, and sustain their spirits. These potent, portable practices, meditations, postures, and exercises can be done anywhere, anytime—mini-enlightenments that can create a lifetime of joy, peace, and serenity.

Stop. Breathe. Chill.

Stop. Breathe. Chill. Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Beth Stebner
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440594430
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Stop. Breathe. Chill. by Beth Stebner Summary

How're You Feeling Today? Stressed? Worried? Anxious? Stop. Breathe. Chill. These mindfulness exercises will teach you how to focus on the present and stop freaking out about the future. Each entry tackles the sort of stuff life throws at you every day. Whether it's a situation with friends, issues with family, or the pressures of school, you'll learn how to live in the moment and stop stressing out. It's going to be okay. Armed with these meditation skills and mantras, worrying will be a thing of the past. Now take a breath, relax, and start feeling better about today!

The Little Book of Meditation

The Little Book of Meditation Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Patrizia Collard
Editor: Gaia
ISBN: 1856754057
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The Little Book of Meditation by Patrizia Collard Summary

From the bestselling author of The Little Book of Mindfulness. 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 book teaches you how to be happier, healthier and more relaxed - without sitting for hours on a meditation cushion. Dr Patrizia Collard, bestselling author of The Little Book of Mindfulness, shows you another way, with these fun and efficient exercises: just 5 to 10 minutes a day is enough to strengthen your immune system, relieve stress and clear your head. Whether you like mindfulness or movement meditations, or simple mantras, everyone will find a meditation to suit them.

The Routledge Companion to Mindfulness at Work

The Routledge Companion to Mindfulness at Work Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Satinder K. Dhiman
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429534868
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Given the ever-growing interest in the benefits of mindfulness to organizations and the individuals who work in them, this Companion is a comprehensive primary reference work for mindfulness (including creativity and flow) in the workplace, including business, healthcare, and educational settings. Research shows that mindfulness boosts creativity through greater insight, receptivity, and balance, and increases energy and a sense of wellbeing. This Companion traces the genesis and growth of this burgeoning field, tracks its application to the workplace, and suggests trends and future directions. With contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in business, leadership, psychology, healthcare, education, and other related fields, The Routledge Companion to Mindfulness at Work is an extensive reference work which will be a vital resource to the fields of management and organizational studies, human resource management, psychology, spirituality, cultural anthropology, and sociology. Each chapter will present a listing of key topics, a case or situation that illustrates the application of the themes, workplace lessons, and reflection questions.

The Art of Deliberate Distraction

The Art of Deliberate Distraction Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Elaine L. Orr
Editor: Elaine Orr
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The Art of Deliberate Distraction by Elaine L. Orr Summary

THE ART OF DELIBERATE DISTRACTION AND… A BONUS Falling Into Place, a heartwarming novella to help you distract Is your life way too hectic? Are you concerned about people or events in your orbit? Welcome to the 21st century -- especially in the time of COVID-19. Sometimes you just can't turn off your swirling thoughts. That's the time to practice the Art of Deliberate Distraction. Deliberate distraction is recognizing something you cannot control or fix and consciously taking positive action to divert your thinking to something more positive. It doesn't mean you avoid problems or duck responsibility. It means you know when to channel your thoughts or actions to areas where you can do something, or to time to simply chill. Deliberate distraction won’t eliminate problems and it is not permission to ignore things you could do something about. Deliberate distraction is not medical advice or counseling, simply thoughts of a reformed worrier. Or partially reformed. I think worry may be an innate trait we need to learn to manage. Deliberate distraction offers a way to consciously refocus your thinking – if only for a few minutes at a time – so you can feel more even keel as you handle life. This book will explain the concepts further and offer suggestions for putting them into practice. Take a look at the topics in this short piece. THE ART OF DELIBERATE DISTRACTION How to Start Try to Get Folks in Your Orbit on Your Team THE CRAFT OF OVERCOMING WORRY Criteria for Taking Action What About the Really Big Stuff? Final Thoughts on Worrying GET BACK TO DELIBERATE DISTRACTION What’s Next for You? RESOURCES AND LINKS FALLING INTO PLACE – a novella

Contemporary Practical/Vocational Nursing

Contemporary Practical/Vocational Nursing Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Corinne Kurzen,Anna LaVon Barrett
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 1975136225
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Contemporary Practical/Vocational Nursing by Corinne Kurzen,Anna LaVon Barrett Summary

Developed specifically for the LPN/LVN student, Contemporary Practical/Vocational Nursing delivers a basic introduction to the nursing profession with an emphasis on lifelong learning, leadership skills and career planning to help students develop the practical knowledge and problem-solving skills for success. The updated 9th Edition of this versatile text reflects the latest evidence-based coverage of the LPN/LVN professions and equips student nurses with the clinical judgment capabilities essential to an effective career in today’s nursing workforce.

Practicing Mindfulness

Practicing Mindfulness Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jerry Braza
Editor: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462922066
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Thousands of readers—from prisoners to priests—have embraced Jerry Braza's insights in this book, adopting and integrating the mindful practices and habits it presents. This new edition expands on the author's time-tested approach, introducing in-the-moment thinking and techniques for achieving clarity, focus and energy to a new generation of readers. Given the current uncertainty and changes throughout the world, all types of readers will find this guide to be useful—from those practicing mindfulness for the first time to meditation veterans. This practical guide to mindfulness contains reflections, actions and practices that will help you to: Reduce anxiety and stress Calm and quiet the mind Transform negative feelings and habits Intensify personal connections and relationships Heighten productivity and concentration Address unresolved emotional issues and traumas Discover the power of contemplative practice This interactive book models best practices then invites the reader to participate through a Mindfulness Test, guided meditations, daily reflections and rituals, and thought-provoking and challenging questions and prompts to set readers on the path to more mindful living. Practicing mindfulness means performing all activities consciously. This awareness enables us to become more fully alive in each moment, enjoy more abundance, and avoid the stress and guilt that have been written into our habits. Based on the author's Mindfulness Training Program, Braza uses this book to gently provide simple exercises for applying these practices to our daily lives.

The Little Book of Mindfulness

The Little Book of Mindfulness Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Patrizia Collard
Editor: Octopus Books
ISBN: 1856753549
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The Little Book of Mindfulness by Patrizia Collard Summary

"Everyone should read this. Mindfulness is such a great way to live life to the full." - Amazon Customer "The greatest 'little book' ever! Take my advice, buy it now and you will wonder how you ever managed without it!" - Amazon Customer "Patrizia Collard's depth of experience as a teacher and practitioner shines through. I love this little book!" - Amazon Customer "Great book to pick up if you just have a few minutes a day." - Amazon Customer "I carry it with me everywhere. Lovely little calming book." - Amazon Customer "Delightful little book." - Amazon Customer Mindfulness is the easy way to gently let go of stress and be in the moment. It has fast become the slow way to manage the modern world - without chanting mantras or setting aside hours of time for meditation. Dr Patrizia Collard will show you how to bring simple 5- and 10-minute practices into your day in order to free yourself from stress and, ultimately, find more peace in your life. This beautifully illustrated book will set you and your family on the road of mindfulness so you can lead a more mindful, peaceful and relaxed life. Find long-lasting happiness with The Little Book of Mindfulness! CONTENTS: 1. Being in the Now 2. Accept and Respond 3. Making Your Mind Up 4. Simply Be 5. Mindful Eating 6. Gratitude and Compassion 7. Everyday Mindfulness


正念練習 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: 馬修.索科洛夫
Editor: 楓書坊
ISBN: 9863776912
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正念練習 by 馬修.索科洛夫 Summary

◎75項能與生活實際結合的練習,能鎖定與當下相關的章節進入「平息憤怒」、「與痛苦共存」、「面對憂鬱」,只要5至20分鐘就能發揮益處。 ◎分為「基礎正念練習」、「日常生活中的正念」、「以正念面對痛苦情緒」三大部分,使初學者能將焦點集中在某一個特定問題。 ◎結合運用「靜坐冥想」和「動中正念」兩大方法打下良好的基礎,領會到正念練習的豐富之處。 正念經常被描述為「活在當下」, 簡單而言,是把你的注意力帶到此時此刻正在發生的事。 它不是只在蒲團座墊上靜坐, 而是將一心專注的功夫融入你日常生活的行住坐臥中—— 無論是一個念頭、一個負面情緒、一項工作任務、或是一個呼吸的出入息…… 無論是靜靜坐著、洗碗、開車…… 正念練習是讓你在任何時候都一心專注於正在進行的事情上。 正念一種結合現代科學、以覺察自身為基礎的禪定練習, 即便只有短暫的時間修習,也會產生幾個明顯易見的好處: › 減輕壓力感 › 改善記憶力和專注力 › 促進身體健康 › 幫助睡眠 › 提升創意解決問題的能力 › 較不會感到孤獨 › 提升自信 › 調整情緒穩定心情 作者馬修•索科洛夫精實而令人放鬆的寫作風格, 讓本書受英美讀者稱其為正念與冥想的完美指南,出版三年來高居榜首不墜。 書中的75項練習分為三大部分: ①基礎正念練習 ②日常生活中的正念 ③以正念面對痛苦情緒 其中有很多並不需要你停下手邊正在做的事情端坐蒲團, 而是運用「靜坐冥想」和「動中正念」兩大方法打下良好的基礎, 透過這些修習法則,你將漸次深入,在生活中領會到正念的豐富之處。 但願今天開始踏上和平與耐心的旅程, 為日後深入自我覺知與成長打下了良好的基礎, 通過練習正念來找到更平靜、和諧與平衡的自己。 作者簡介 馬修.索科洛夫(Matthew Sockolov) 馬修.索科洛夫是居住於加州佩塔魯瑪的冥想指導老師,也是「一心佛法禪修中心」的創辦人,目前在該中心帶領冥想團體,並於美國各地進行一對一禪修教學,幫助學員深入個人修行。多年來,他協助成癮者、青少年、以及來到共修團體的人學習正念。馬修曾在加州靈石靜心中心 (Spirit Rock Insight Meditation Center) 受訓成為合格禪修教師,親近多位南傳上座部佛教導師,學習傳統靜坐開悟法門。曾受教於凱文.格里芬 (Kevin Griffin)、坦尼沙羅比丘 (Thanissaro Bhikkhu),並在「對抗主流禪修中心」學習禪法靜坐。馬修目前與妻子伊莉莎白定居於北加州,教導人們學習靜坐冥想,喜歡從事戶外活動,在家裡逗貓貓、狗狗和養雞。相關網站有:MattSock.com以及 譯者簡介 黃春華 台灣台南人,東海大學社會工作系畢業,曾任出版社編輯。近期譯作包括:《靈氣與七大脈輪》、《天使回應占卜卡》、《塔羅終極指南》、《生活中的瑜伽智慧》、《塔羅自學指南》、《脈輪療癒指南》、《瑜伽手印大全》。