Something to consider before getting to the content of the present post.
Now O’ Clock; Being Mindful, it Always is. This title hints at what the plot could be about. The book’s theme is mostly based on the significance and benefits of living in the present and of thinking about “energy management” as doable, and of “time management” as something that simply cannot be done. The author, William Garcia, believes we can no more manage the weather than we could manage Time. He nevertheless suggest that you think of the idea of “time management” as merely a mental tool and nothing more.
OF MAN AND FISH
Fish do not get water, and Man do not get air. Each is born in its own element. Just the same, Man nor Fish get Time, they’re born in it – WG
Living by these words makes his life easier, simpler and more manageable.He also encourages readers, or listeners for that matter, to learn about and start practicing mindfulness meditation. It will, in a positive way, change their perspective about Time, Life and living.
Now O’ Clock; Being Mindful, it Always is, takes you on the inspiring journey toward the enlightened mindfulness of “being” in the moment and staying there long enough to be awakened to the mindless and stressful pace the Beast has set, and how, in insidious ways, it controls our daily lives. We already know the Beast as a “what,” not a “who”. Who, is what it has conditioned us to “be”.
In the book, the author introduces you to the Beast.
Now: The Best Books on Mindfulness and Meditation
Every day is a whirlwind of activity for most people. This constant rushing about might lead to an autopilot mode of living, where we repeat the same routine day after day.
And the more we do, the less time we have to stop and think about what matters to us. And then it’s so simple to be lost in the shuffle.
Therefore, making time for self-reflection and self-awareness is of huge importance in our lives.
It’s not easy to relax, recognize our unpleasant emotions without allowing them to control us, and strive to stay in the present moment. As a result, incorporating mindfulness into your daily routine can be extremely beneficial. Studies show that people who practice mindfulness report feeling happier and more fulfilled in their lives.
Find out more about the science of mindfulness in these books, whether you’re looking for techniques to de-stress or want a relaxing read. On the contrary, they can assist you in creating personal space and concentrating on a single task simultaneously, both of which are critical components of practicing mindfulness.
‘Coming to Our Senses by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Regardless of how long you’ve been practicing mindfulness, Jon Kabat-book, Zinn’s Coming to Our Senses, is a great place to start. Chapter by chapter, this book explains the process of mindfulness. Embracing the present moment, letting go of the past, and being nice to others are all emphasized in this book. Despite its comprehensiveness, this book isn’t too long to read.
It’s not for the faint of heart to engage in mindfulness practice, and there must be a drastic shift in one’s focus and dedication to one’s well-being to accomplish this. Meditation is not an easy task, but it has the potential to be a powerful act of self-giving love. Paying attention has numerous advantages, and this book will show you how to use them. One way to develop mindfulness is to pay attention to your breath and body as you do your daily activities.
‘Mindfulness’ in Plain English by Gunaratana
Mindfulness in Plain English is one of Bhante Gunaratana’s most popular publications on meditation and mindfulness. It has become one of the most popular books on the subject of mindful living. Meditation is explained in simple terms, and the Eightfold Path is examined in great detail. If you’re interested in learning more about mindfulness, Mindfulness in Plain English is a must-read. There are more than 20 other books on mindfulness and meditation by Gunaratana in addition to this blockbuster selling.
Mindfulness in Plain English by Gunaratana is a must-have resource for anyone interested in learning more about mindfulness and meditation. If you have any queries regarding meditation, this guide will answer them all. Many activities are included in the book, as well as a CD of guided meditations. Gunaratana is an amazing and approachable monk who has toured the world teaching Buddhism and provides a good introduction to meditation.
‘Mini Meditation’ by Sarah Prout
There are a lot of great quotes in Prout’s books on meditation and mindfulness. The book’s eight chapters include an introduction and helpful meditation scripts. There are excellent images to help readers visualize what they’re reading. The book has received tens of thousands of glowing remarks, and it’s a good option for those who are just beginning to meditate.
The book contains 200 small meditations and audio files for those who prefer to listen. To listen to the guided meditations, turn the page to the relevant spot in the book. Although Prout’s book is meant for beginners, it is not for experienced practitioners, and newcomers to the field will find her book helpful.
‘Mindsight’ by Daniel J. Siegal
Dr. Siegel shares his insights on how meditation can help you achieve optimal well-being in this book. Mindfulness is the ability to perceive events without judging or meditating on them excessively.
“Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation” by Bantam in 2010 discusses Dr. Siegel’s mind-body connection. Mindsight explains the power of the mind to integrate brain and spirit. Health and well-being go hand in hand, and this is true for personal and professional lives. Stress-related disorders are on the rise, and so is the amount of anxiety and stress that people are experiencing.
‘Practicing Mindfulness’ by Matthew Sockolov
For one thing, there is no one technique to practice mindfulness, and you may discover which one works best in this collection of 75 exercises. According to Gilson, “A compilation of 75 basic and concise activities for practicing meditation, this book will give you a range of practical techniques to practice mindfulness and discover the strategies that work for you.” As a beginner, you may find it difficult to control your mind’s tendency to wander, but this book’s short, five- to fifteen-minute exercises will help you overcome this problem.
‘Self-Compassion’ by Kristin Neff
Intending to help readers learn to be kinder to themselves, this book is an excellent resource if you’re hard on yourself. Regarding our behavior, “we all know we’re more critical of ourselves than anyone else is,” Gilson argues. There will be more compassion for yourself and a better understanding of how to treat yourself as you would treat your friends due to reading this book.”
‘The Miracle of Mindfulness by Thich Nhat Hanh
In The Miracle of Mindfulness, a Buddhist perspective on meditation is presented in an easy-to-understand way. Thich Nhat Hanh, a former Buddhist monk, shares his wisdom and practical advice in this book. If you’ve ever wanted to understand more about Buddhism without getting involved in a religious organization, this book is for you. Non-Buddhists might also profit from the book because it is written in an understandable language.
For those who are new to the field of mindfulness. To further illustrate, Hanh draws on real-world experiences and offers actionable advice.
‘How to be an Adult in Relationships by David Richo
According to what is presented in this book by Richo, mindfulness practices can also be used to enhance our relationships with other people. This book analyzes five hallmarks of mindful love and how they play a significant part in our lives, transitional times, and relationships. Drawing on the Buddhist concept of mindfulness, the book’s introduction states, “This book draws on the Buddhist concept of mindfulness.