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The Headspace Guide to MEDITATION and MINDFULNESS By Andy Puddicombe >> Book review

Title
The Headspace Guide to MEDITATION and MINDFULNESS

Genre
Non-Fiction, Psychology, Mindfulness, Neuroplasticity, Meditation

Author
Andy Puddicombe >> Andy is a clinical Mindfulness practitioner. He also happens to be a former Buddhist monk who spent his time learning and practicing mindfulness and meditation in numerous monasteries across the world. 

Publisher
Hodder & Stoughton

Rating
Green >> For being very clearly focused on its audience (those who wish to, but don't have the time to practice mindfulness), and having very specific and clear actions for them to follow.

The Book
In the book Andy shares his learning about achieving mindfulness through meditation. The core of the book comprises of:

  1. The Approach to mindfulness
  2. The Practice of mindfulness
  3. The Integration of mindfulness (into daily life)

Apart from this he shares his understanding of mindfulness in the introduction, practicalities for getting started, suggestions for living more mindfully and some real case studies from his clinical experience.



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