“I Know I Should Meditate, But...”: What You Can Learn About Health And Happiness In Ten Minutes A Day

 “I know I should Meditate, But...”: What you can learn about health and happiness in ten minutes a day PDF ePub fb2 book

"I Know I Should Meditate, But...", is a very user-friendly introduction to mindfulness meditation. It has only three chapters. The first clears up the common misconceptions that keep people from meditating (which, contrary to popular opinion, is easy, and something we all can, and probably should, learn). The second chapter walks you through the learning process in simple steps, and is sufficient...

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Publisher: David W. Deley (October 23, 2014)
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u confidence in what you're doing. And the third chapter outlines the transformative growth process that results from your modest efforts.Let us define mindfulness meditation as “paying attention to attention.” What does this mean? Usually we pay attention to one thing after another without being conscious that we’re doing so. We think a thought, hear a sound, see something, think another thought, all without noticing that our attention is shifting. Our entire experience is of whatever we’re paying attention to. If we’re thinking a thought, our reality at that moment is the thought. If a loud noise interrupts our thinking, for a moment our whole experience is the sound. Then we automatically and unconsciously, that is, without being aware that we’re doing so, return our attention to what we were thinking about, which again occupies all our attention. Right now, for example, you are absorbed in reading—which is thinking—and barely notice much else. Your attention may shift to a sound, an itch, a stray thought, or something that catches your eye, and that defines your experience for a brief time. Then you quickly return to the habitual immersion in thinking, which is at this moment defined by what you’re reading. Your experience at any time is determined by whatever you’re paying attention to.By contrast, in meditation we notice both what we’re paying attention to and the paying of attention itself. We split our awareness: I’m aware that I’m having a thought while I’m having the thought. There’s always a recognition of being aware, as well as of that of which I’m aware. I see a sight and notice myself seeing it. Half my attention is on the sight and half is on noticing that I’m seeing.Dr. Spencer Sherman is a clinical psychologist and life coach with a mindful, positive orientation. Dr. Sherman's many years of familiarity with psychological research, clinical developments, and consciousness-building practices such as meditation and self-hypnosis, as well as his ongoing interest and activities in health psychology, have led him to a way of working with people that blends neuroscience, psychotherapy, wellness promotion, and "a large helping of spiritual encouragement."Of meditation, he says simply, “I’ve had two lives: Before I learned to meditate. And since.”This book is available for download in pdf format from the author's website: http://www.spencershermanphd.com