An Introduction to Mindfulness.
This short, easy-to-read book gives you everything you need to begin your practice of mindfulness meditation. Combining his thirty years of meditation and teaching with his own life experience, the author details how to apply the principles of mindfulness to everyday life, overcome negative beliefs, and live a happy and more fulfilling life. The book includes six different mindfulness exercises and links to free audio files for use in guided meditation.
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Modern Samkhya: Ancient Spirituality for the Contemporary Atheist.
The ancient philosophy of Sāṃkhya can be applied to modern life in a number of valuable ways. Rather than becoming overly concerned with the metaphysics of the system, Sāṃkhya can be seen as a psychological tool to overcome suffering. Through rigorous philosophical and psychological analysis, a person can learn to detach or disassociate from the psychophysical entity, and realize witness consciousness or what I refer to as the transcendental subject.
Minding the Black Dog: Overcoming Depression with Mindfulness Meditation.
Minding the Black Dog is a short, engaging book about how to use mindfulness to overcome depression. Combining his thirty years of meditation and teaching with his own life experience, the author details in six short chapters how to apply the principles of mindfulness to cope with negative core beliefs and negative emotions from depression. The book includes six different mindfulness exercises and links to free audio files for use in guided meditation. The author concludes with a chapter on how mindfulness can be used to go beyond mental health to achieve one’s goals, fulfilling one’s dreams, and live a rewarding and spiritual life.