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Tools to enhance Mindfulness

Short on willpower?  

This is the book for you!

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Looking to make a real change in your life?  Perhaps actually sticking to your New Year’s Resolution and seeing it through?

If so, this is the book for you!

‘The Willpower Instinct’ by Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D.  It is available in paperback, hard-cover, audio book, and Kindle.  

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The Zen Teachings of Alan Watts: A Free Audio Archive of His Enlightening Lectures

Alan Watts was instrumental in bringing Eastern thought to the Western world, and the above link provides access to hours of his enlightening, entertaining, and amusing lectures.

Explore these lectures, find the ones that speak to you most, and listen to them often. Daily positive re-enforcement will make you feel wonderful!  

If you are looking to learn how to meditate, listen to this lecture:

Alan Watts – The Art of Meditation

Remember, all you have to do is just start doing it on a regular basis, and you’ll then discover the many benefits.  Don’t get stressed about how long or how often, just DO.

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How to Begin Zen Meditation (Zazen)

A great pictorial instruction on Zen Meditation!

“Zazen is a type of meditation unique to Zen Buddhism that functions at the heart of the practice, Zen is the Japanese word for meditation, so Zen Buddhists could be called “Meditation Buddhists.” This article will outline how a beginner can practice zazen, which literally means sitting meditation.”

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One thought on “Tools to enhance Mindfulness

  1. yes, Yosh997,I do zazaen and never had any prboelms. you become calm and alert and at peace. Like when you first wake up in the morning and feel great! you are at your best, with a fully rested body your organism fully functioning. your best work is done in the early morning. before the stresses of life start to wear you out and fatigue. Zen teaches us to let things flow around us so we can preserve our calmness which really is our highest happiness

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