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Mindfulness: Mindfulness For Beginners: 28 Steps To Becoming More Present Through Mindfulness Meditation (Mindfulness, Meditation) Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon
Mindfulness: Mindfulness For Beginners: 28 Steps To Becoming More Present Through Mindfulness Meditation (Mindfulness, Meditation) Kindle Edition   - Free Download @ Amazon

Mindfulness: Mindfulness For Beginners: 28 Steps To Becoming More Present Through Mindfulness Meditation (Mindfulness, Meditation) Kindle Edition - Free Download @ Amazon

Paperback is £11.99 - Great Reviews

Discover how to become more present, stop feeling overwhelmed and let go of fear and anxiety

Worry. Stress. Constantly, unpredictably swinging emotions. Habits you want and need to break, but seem completely unable to. The feeling of being constantly pushed and pulled by forces beyond your control. Never quite feeling like you belong.

All of these life challenges are covered in the book: Mindfulness For Beginners: 28 Steps To Becoming More Present Through Mindfulness Meditation

Why you should check out Mindfulness For Beginners

This book will be a good fit if you:

Regularly experience anxiety and fear throughout the day
Suffer from Panic Attacks
Routinely feel tense and restless
Feel drained and tired
Are easily distracted
Feel like your life is out of control
Experience moods of sadness or even depression
Wish you wouldn't worry so much

Product details

Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 1064 KB
Print Length: 74 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: HRD Publishing (21 Nov. 2015)
Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
Language: English
ASIN: B018COTL46
Text-to-Speech: Enabled

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zizzles

This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more … This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more present" That's enough twaddle for me



That's a poor reason for a cold vote. If the subject matter is of no interest to you, then simply move on. They are well reviewed books made available free of charge - that's a hot deal!
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Do you discover yourself continually feeling Anxiety? Do you regularly think that it difficult to praise your own triumphs? Have particular disappointments in your past kept you from advancing and seeking after your objectives and dreams? At the point when things happen, do you discover yourself surrendering rather rapidly? Is your first nature to reprimand as opposed to recognize?

On the off chance that you replied "yes" to any of the inquiries above, then this book is for you.

Nervousness arrives in various structures like social tension, fear and fits of anxiety and nobody is ever ready to determination in the middle of ordinary and "authority" uneasiness. It's a typical term which is utilized for truly a couple of clutters that cause dread, anxiety, stressing & worry.

You'll learn the following:

Important points in mindfulness meditations

How To Make Relaxation Techniques A Part Of Life

Important points in mindfulness meditations

And much more

This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post.

"Discover how to become more present" That's enough twaddle for me

Fabulous finds - thank you Boz!

zizzles

This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more … This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more present" That's enough twaddle for me



That's a poor reason for a cold vote. If the subject matter is of no interest to you, then simply move on. They are well reviewed books made available free of charge - that's a hot deal!

just started learning about this to deal with anxiety n depression...thank you

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just started learning about this to deal with anxiety n … just started learning about this to deal with anxiety n depression...thank you




You're Welcome Hope This Helps

Why do they call it Mindfulness but teach you how to be mindless instead?

Thank you Boz.

sounds like something i need , but not something id read or try if that makes sense. heat added , free is free but just not for me. a bottle of wine and a vodka usually relieves my anxiety. well for an hour or two anyways

Boz2 h, 0 m ago

You're Welcome Hope This Helps

​yes...thank you

Cheers Boz.

Hot from me. Cheers OP.

Kyballion

Why do they call it Mindfulness but teach you how to be mindless instead?


Takes time to realise the cognitive difference/sameness.

Thanks Boz..

zizzles

This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more … This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more present" That's enough twaddle for me


Found it cheaper elsewhere?

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zizzles11 h, 17 m ago

This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more …This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more present" That's enough twaddle for me

I'm no expert in this area but I suspect depression and anxiety often stem from a past experience. To become more present involves putting the past behind you and moving on. I could be wrong but that is an essential part of the healing process.

Excellent find.Thanks Boz.

I was once told that the first step to happiness is not to travel the London underground and don't watch EastEnders.

Thank you

Cheers Boz. Don't know if I'll ever get round to reading these, or if they are my cup of tea, but it's nice to have a copy for free

Cheers Boz. Don't know if I'll ever get round to reading these, or if they are my cup of tea, but it's nice to have a copy for free

Possible silly question but I do not currently have a Kindle Unlimited account set up. Can I register for the free 30 day trial as an existing prime account holder then download and keep the free books?

Thank you in advance for the advice!

splender15 h, 13 m ago

Takes time to realise the cognitive difference/sameness.

Yes, takes time to also see the present moment.

Mindless meditation changed my life.

I used to look at these classes and mock the people there, feeling like I was in some weird cult.

What the heck these people doing?

I can't feel anything.

Then all of a sudden whilst in East London doing a class, the Church across the road started chiming it's bells.

Then in that moment, everything became clear.

I'm not trying to suggest anything religious happened, but the moment that bell struck, we was all dragged by ears into the present moment and you then realise what a gift it is.

I'm a complete convert, after trying to many other things.

It cured my migraines, helped me stop gambling and helped me find peace within and helped me with all aspects of businesses.

It's all too easy to judge this stuff as hocus pocus and waddle, but I now see the kid in my own mockery, like doing the old coin behind the ear trick and falling for it.

The spirit is definitely a bit of a trickster

nextofkim

Possible silly question but I do not currently have a Kindle Unlimited … Possible silly question but I do not currently have a Kindle Unlimited account set up. Can I register for the free 30 day trial as an existing prime account holder then download and keep the free books?Thank you in advance for the advice!


If you're asking in relation to these free books, you don't need Kindle Unlimited to get these - just click on the Buy Now button (instead of the Read for £0.00)...so long as the Kindle Price is still £0.00 of course.

thanks Boz

zizzles

This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more … This is my only ever cold vote on a Boz post."Discover how to become more present" That's enough twaddle for me


Being "in the present" may sound wishy-washy, but refers to not thinking about things that stress you, but paying attention to other things, typically sensations such as what you can smell, feel, hear, see, touch and taste. If you practice doing this it becomes easier and eventually second nature, thoughts do not run on a loop in your head and stop becoming overwhelming.

I put this into practice when trying to sleep if I am thinking of work, it is effective in diverting my attention from worrying thoughts to something more pleasant and comforting, I usually get to sleep. It works for me.

Nowadays, doctors will often recommend this either instead of, or in conjunction with antidepressants, which obviously have side effects. If you have family or friends suffering from anxiety please recommend.

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nextofkim

Possible silly question but I do not currently have a Kindle Unlimited … Possible silly question but I do not currently have a Kindle Unlimited account set up. Can I register for the free 30 day trial as an existing prime account holder then download and keep the free books?Thank you in advance for the advice!




Yes as previously stated check price is still £0 and click buy now.
Hope this helps

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intime

Being "in the present" may sound wishy-washy, but refers to not thinking … Being "in the present" may sound wishy-washy, but refers to not thinking about things that stress you, but paying attention to other things, typically sensations such as what you can smell, feel, hear, see, touch and taste. If you practice doing this it becomes easier and eventually second nature, thoughts do not run on a loop in your head and stop becoming overwhelming.I put this into practice when trying to sleep if I am thinking of work, it is effective in diverting my attention from worrying thoughts to something more pleasant and comforting, I usually get to sleep. It works for me.Nowadays, doctors will often recommend this either instead of, or in conjunction with antidepressants, which obviously have side effects. If you have family or friends suffering from anxiety please recommend.




Many Thanks For Going To The Trouble Of Explaining This.
I'm Sure Many Including Myself Appreciate Your Comments

Words like present have an ordinary meaning in English, but are used in a technical jargon sense here. To someone unfamiliar with the jargon, it does indeed sound like twaddle and I found the explanation very helpful, thanks.

Alas, too late for me, as it's now £2.99!

splender

Takes time to realise the cognitive difference/sameness.


Don't forget wellness

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GDB2222

Words like present have an ordinary meaning in English, but are used in a … Words like present have an ordinary meaning in English, but are used in a technical jargon sense here. To someone unfamiliar with the jargon, it does indeed sound like twaddle and I found the explanation very helpful, thanks.Alas, too late for me, as it's now £2.99!





Thanks Expired

I think the best ever way to explain this is the following.

The mind is like a monkey, constantly playing around, thinking, worrying, doing, its your subconscious mind, the constant inner chatter.

Being in the present is giving the monkey work to do.

That's it, by giving it something to do. You become aware of it and present in the moment

You have to go a bit monkey nuts first lol
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