What is mindfulness?
Mindfulness is defined as a mental state where the individual focuses on the present moment and is in complete acceptance of their feelings, contemplations, emotions, and other sensations. Mindfulness is very handy in life because it can help you get over any stress you are living with. Mindfulness helps with psychic powers because it teaches you how to focus on the here and now and how to center your thoughts.
Practicing Mindfulness: 75 Essential Meditations to Reduce Stress, Improve Mental Health, and Find Peace in the Everyday by Matthew Sockolov
This book will walk you through 75 exercises that you can use to improve mindfulness. The author does not just tell you how to increase the mindfulness abilities he also gives you clear explanations of what mindfulness is and what it does to improve your life and your health.
The exercises take between five and 20 minutes each. You will also learn how to go around obstacles you might face and how to deal with distractions that can interrupt your concentration.
This book is great for beginners and for people who have already developed their ability to use mindfulness.
This journal gives you the prompts and tools that you need to successfully deepen your ability to engage in mindfulness. Once you have learned to achieve total mindfulness you will live a more relaxed life, and you can rid your life of negativity, anxiety, and drama.
The idea of journaling is one that is used by many psychically gifted individuals because it gives an accurate record of what they faced, what they tried, what helped and what did not. Journaling is a crucial element if you want to really understand your powers and how to use them correctly.
This journal is broken up into days and weeks. The weeks each have a unique theme for you to concentrate on and the days each has a prompt to help you in your mindfulness quest. These prompts will help you to find the calmness inside you and to live in that calm.
You will also develop the habit of journaling so you will establish a new outlet for frustrations so you do not have to carry those negative emotions bottled up inside you.
Make Peace With Your Mind: How Mindfulness and Compassion Can Free You From Your Inner Critic by Mark Coleman
The hardest part of mindfulness is making your inner critic shut up. Your inner critic is that little nagging negative Nancy voice that tells you that you can’t do what you are trying to do, that you are not smart enough, that you are not good enough, and that you are wasting your time.
Your inner critic needs to shut up so you can live the best life possible. This book delves into the inner critic and what to do to turn your critic into a cheerleader of positive affirmations.
The book is written by a meditation teacher and therapist who have spent years exploring different methods of mindfulness, and different ways of learning to control your own mind.
With each chapter, you will receive explanations behind why you act like you do, what fuels you, and how to deal with the internal thoughts that are stopping you from reaching the calm life you desire. You will get easy to do exercise that helps you create the life you want, and have the inner peace you deserve.
Mark Coleman provides you with a clear understanding of what mindfulness is and how to use this ancient discipline to live a healthier and happier life. You do not have to live with all of the anxiety, fears, and social pressures the world creates. You can implement mindfulness and live peacefully because you will be at peace with yourself and everything around you.
Mark does not simply talk about mindfulness he teaches you how to achieve it and how to maintain it. He teaches you tried and true methods of clearing the trash from your mind so your positive thoughts and energies can be predominant in your life.
Awake in the Wild: Mindfulness in Nature as a Path of Self-Discovery: A Buddhist Walk Through Nature – Meditations, Reflections and Practices by Mark Coleman
Each chapter of this remarkable book deals with specific meditation topics that can help you understand the turmoil in your inner sanctum and teach you to get rid of that turmoil. Mark Coleman uses the Buddhist teachings and the wisdom of all of the ancestors to help you find peace for your life.
He deals with topics like Freeing the Animal Within, Weathering the Storms of Life, and Walking with Compassion. In each of these chapters, Mark takes you by the hand and shows you how to connect with the earth and your surroundings. He encourages you to take part and participate by doing the exercises and i8mplementing the practices into your daily life.
His writing helps you to see how your connection with the things around you can make your life better and make the earth a better place for all living things.
In life, there will be bad times or difficult times. There will be stressful times that you cannot control, and there is a method that you can implement that will help you through all of these times so you remain calm and peaceful.
The strategies that are revealed in this book will allow you to practice mindfulness while you drive to work, walk the dog, do the laundry, or perform any number of daily routines. These strategies will not allow you to change every stressful situation in your life; they help you change how you respond to the things that are happening.
The strategies give you the tools you need to bring peace to your mind and put anxiety and tension on a shelf. In as little as 20 minutes a day, you can learn to regain your peace and calm your nerves. You can learn to live in the moment and to not condemn yourself for doing so.
The strategies proposed in the book are written out in a step by step methods. Each method is flexible so you can create the exercise that works best for your schedule and your unique needs.
Mindfulness is something that every person will and can benefit from. It is a method of remaining calm and focused in a world of chaos and distraction. In order to develop mindfulness, you will likely have to try several strategies before you find one that works right for you.
Keep practicing mindfulness on a daily basis and soon you will train yourself to remain calm during a crisis and to control your responses to exterior triggers. You cannot control the circumstance of life but you can control how you react and respond.