Staying grounded and having peace of mind is almost impossible if you don’t know how to practice mindfulness to reach your inner Zen.
Life in the 21st century is hectic, chaotic, and turbulent. And in their pursuit of success and wealth, most people lose sight of what matters the most—peace of mind.
The good news is, you don’t have to copy what most people do.
In other words, you can choose your own path. That is, you can decide to protect your sanity, your inner peace, and your inner Zen even in a world of uncertainty. But you need to establish a system that will equip you to get there.
The thing is, you can learn to intentionally turn your mind on and off. “But How?” you might ask.
You can do it by practicing mindfulness exercises by yourself, getting a mindfulness coach, or reading good books on the topic.
For example, this post shares 7 books on how to practice mindfulness. I am not sure they are for you, but feel free to look at the list.
1- Practicing Mindfulness by Matthew Sockolov. The author covers topics ranging from a five-minute Power of the Mind exercise to a creative twenty-five-minute Open-Awareness one. And this book shares about 75 tips for the practice of mindfulness.
2- Think Like a Monk by the social media influencer Jay Shetty. Jay discusses how thinking like a monk helps find purpose and attain inner peace and serenity.
3- Mindfulness by Professor Mark Williams of Oxford University is filled with mindfulness exercises that might help you to break the cycle of stress and anxiety in your life.
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4- The Book of Joy, a collaborative work by two Nobel Peace Prize Laureates: The Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
As Sir Richard Branson said, “The world needs joy and compassion more than ever before– and who better than Archbishop Tutu and the Dalai Lama to show us how it is done. This beautiful book takes us on the journey of their friendship and gives us the gift of their wisdom. A bright spot of hope and love in this world.”
5- The Power of Now. A spiritual work by Eckhart Tolle. The book discusses how to get on the path of personal growth and spiritual peace and how to turn yourself into the best possible version of you.
6-The Little Book of Mindfulness by Dr. Patricia Collard discusses ways to attain long-lasting and everyday happiness.
7- Stillness Is the Key by Bestselling author Ryan Holiday discusses the one quality that every great thinker and successful leader has– stillness or the ability to conquer their temper. This book shares insights to help you master self-discipline, achieve excellence, and arrive at contentment.
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