Mindfulness Matters: A Guide to Mastering Your Life by Pax Tandon
Published June 28th, 2018 by Red Feather
Get the insider’s scoop on how to attain a fully flourishing life. Encompassing deep dives into mind, body, and spirit, you will be introduced to the science of positive psychology, engage with the practice of mindfulness, learn how to build an optimally efficient body, and commit to an elevation of your spirit. This is flourishing in action! Whether struggling with anxiety or depression, searching to fill a missing void, or just interested in everyday self-care, you will learn to identify opportunities for growth and seamlessly integrate life-changing practices into daily habits. Replete with powerful affirmations and practice exercises throughout, you will be able to build the framework that fuels and furthers your evolutionary journey for years to come and changes the trajectory of your life forever.
I have read quite a few books and many articles about mindfulness in the past. This is much like many of the other books I have read. The author goes over basic ideas of mindfulness, while also sharing some personal stories. The book is broken up into three sections; The Mind, The Body and The Spirit. Each section is further broken down into chapters that discuss more specific topics. The thing I really liked about this book is that throughout the chapters, there are also activities for readers to complete which helps me personally to further understand the information.
The book goes over basic mindfulness and explains things like mindfulness breathing, as well as giving readers different ideas about how to implement mindfulness into their daily lives. Things like daily journaling and meditation are also explained throughout the book. Overall, I thought this was a good basic guide to individuals who want to try to put mindfulness to work in their daily lives. The activities throughout the book help the reader to gain more insight about themselves and what tools will work best for them.
Thank you to the publisher, Red Feather, for sending me a review copy of this book.