Looking for the Books on Meditation? Then here we have picked some great collection for you. These books will help you to improve your Meditation and do it with more focus and attention.
These books will help you to understand the basic to advance concepts of Meditation.
Check out these and must add to your reading list.
Meditation Made Easy by Lorin Roche
Roche answers questions and debunks meditation myths, and gives three easy-to-follow techniques for getting started 塴he Do Nothing Strategy,””Salute All the Senses,” and”Feeling at Home Exercise”.
He teaches you how you can integrate”mini-meditations” into spare moments of the day, from savouring morning java to taking advantage of the five minutes prior to a meeting.
He describes how to conquer meditation obstacles, customize meditation to your own needs, and use your breath, voice, and attention as meditation aids. And he shows how meditation will give you the capacity to research your inner passions, and enhance your sense of self.
The Miracle of Mindfulness by Thich Nhat Hanh
The Miracle of Mindfulness is a 1975 book by Thích Nhất Hạnh, written in Vietnamese and translated into English by Mobi Hoe.
It’s a guide on meditation. Within this book, the Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh presents many methods for becoming liberated.
Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind by Shunryu Suzuki
Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind is a book of teachings from the late Shunryu Suzuki, a compilation of talks given into his satellite center in Los Altos, California.
10% Happier by Dan Harris
10% Happier takes readers on a ride by the outer reaches of neuroscience to the inner sanctum of network news to the bizarre fringes of America’s religious scene, also leaves them with a takeaway which may actually change their lives.
Wherever you go, there you are by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Within this novel, the author maps a very simple route for cultivating mindfulness in your own life. It speaks to those coming to meditation for the first time and to longtime professionals, anybody who cares intensely about reclaiming the richness of his or her minutes.
The Mind Illuminated by John Yates
The book also introduces a new and fascinating model of the way the brain works and uses charts and illustrations to help the reader work through each stage.
This guide is a vital read for the beginner to the experienced veteran of meditation and may be read from front to back, or utilized as a reference manual, picking chapters as needed depending on the current state of the reader clinic.
Mindfulness in Plain English by Bhante Henepola Gunaratana
Author Bhante Gunaratana, a renowned meditation master, takes us to step by step through the myths, realities, and advantages of meditation and the practice of mindfulness.
This expanded edition includes the complete text of its predecessor along with a brand new chapter on cultivating loving-kindness. For anybody who is new to meditation, this is a great resource for learning how to live a more productive and peaceful life.
Thoughts are not the enemy by Jason Siff
In most kinds of meditation, the meditator is instructed to let go of thoughts as they arise. As a result, thinking is frequently accepted, unnecessarily, to be something misguided or bad.
This method is misguided, says Jason Siffsaid In actuality, if we allow ideas to arise and become conscious of the ideas ourselves, we get tranquillity and insight just as in other methods without needing to reject our natural psychological processes.
And by observing the thoughts themselves with mindfulness and fascination, we can learn a great deal about ourselves in the process.
What is Zen? by Alan Watts
What Is Zen? Examines Zen’s religious roots, its own influence on Eastern and Western culture, its own transcendent moments, and also the methods of Zen meditation that are presently practiced.
Meditation in action by Chogyam Trungpa
This timeless instruction by a Tibetan master continues to inspire both novices and long-time practitioners of Buddhist meditation. Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche shows that meditation extends beyond the proper practice of sitting to construct the foundation for compassion, awareness, and creativity in all aspects of life.
The 4 Foundations of Mindfulness by Bhante Gunaratana
The Four Foundations of Mindfulness in Plain English can be Viewed as a Standalone volume either before or after the bestselling Mindfulness in Plain English.
Newcomers will find it lays a solid groundwork for mindfulness training and gives them all they need to begin straight away, and old hands will discover rich subtleties and tips which can help unify and explain what they may have begun to see for them.
Anger by Thich Nhat Hahn
It had been under the bodhi tree in India twenty five centuries past that Buddha achieved the insight that three states of mind were the source of our unhappiness: wrong knowing, obsessive desire, and anger.
All are difficult, but in 1 moment of anger–among the most powerful emotions–lives can be destroyed, and spiritual and health development can be destroyed.
With exquisite ease, a Buddhist monk and Vietnam refugee Thich Nhat Hanh gives tools and suggestions for changing connections, focusing energy, and rejuvenating these pieces of ourselves which have been laid waste from anger.
His amazing wisdom can transform your life and the lifestyles of the people that you love, and at the words of Thich Nhat Hanh, will give every reader the ability to”change everything.”
The Radiance Sutras by Lorin Roche
At once a beautiful love song and an encyclopedia of yogic methods, the precious text called the Vijnana Bhairava Tantra shimmers with fresh effulgence in Lorin Roche’s The Radiance Sutras.
Lorin brings us his distinctive perspective on all 112 Sanskrit teachings, along with his one-of-a-kind advice in how to meditate with, embody, and practice themwhat he describes as”answering the call of the sutras you adore.”
Anatomy of the Spirit by Caroline Myss
Anatomy of the Spirit is the boldest presentation to date of energy medicine by one of its premier practitioners, internationally acclaimed medical intuitive Caroline Myss, one of the”hottest new voices in the alternative health/spirituality scene” (Publishers Weekly).
Based on fifteen years of research into energy medicine, Dr. Myss’s work shows how every illness corresponds to a pattern of mental and psychological stresses, beliefs, and attitudes that have influenced corresponding regions of the body.
How to Meditate by Ani Pema Chödrön
On How to Meditate with Pema Chödrön, the American-born Tibetan Buddhist nun and bestselling writer presents her first complete spoken-word course for those new to meditation.
Little Book of Mindfulness by Dr. Patrizia Collard
Mindfulness is the easy way to gently let go of stress and maintain the moment. It has fast become the slow way to control the modern world – without chanting mantras or finding hours of special time to meditate.
Bring these simple 5- and – 10-minute techniques in your day to find freedom from anxiety and ultimately, much more peace in your lifetime.
Sensational Meditation for Children by Sarah Wood Vallely
This publication is also used by adults that are thinking about figuring out how to start meditating. Loaded with philosophy, supporting science and practical examples, this book clearly describes the advantages of meditation for today’s young generation.
Included are 12 meditations and many different fun-filled exercises to help you get started straight away.
Higher self-esteem, improved attention, better reading skills, closer family relationships, and better health are just a few of the outcomes parents, therapists, and teachers who have used Sensational Meditation for Children are raving about.
Making Space by Thich Nhat Hanh
Making Space provides easy-to-follow directions for setting up a breathing space, listening to a bell, sitting, breathing, and walking meditations, and eating and cooking a meal at mindfulness.
If you live alone or having a household, this beautifully illustrated book can help you create an awareness of refuge and escape at home.
Practical Meditation for Beginners by Benjamin W. Decker
The key to building a good meditation practice is from the practice . From Zen and Vipassana to walking meditations and body moves, the simple practices outlined in Practical Meditation for Beginners make it easy to build an ongoing meditation routine that is most appropriate for you.
Written by experienced meditation teacher Benjamin Decker, Practical Meditation for Beginners offers a clear 10-day program for studying 10 different meditation methods –one for each day of the program.
Newcomers and experienced meditators alike will enjoy the ease and variety presented in Practical Meditation for Beginners.
Out of Your Mind by Alan Watts
Out of Your Mind: Essential Listening from the Alan Watts Audio Archives, you are encouraged to immerse yourself in 12 of this legendary thinker’s pinnacle teaching sessions concerning how to break through the limits of the logical mind, and begin expanding your consciousness and appreciation for the Great Game unfolding all around us.
Not Always So by Shunryu Suzuki
Not Always So relies on Shunryu Suzuki’s lectures and is framed in his own inimitable allusive, paradoxical style, rich with unexpected and off–centre insights. Suzuki knew he was dying at the right time of the lectures, which provides his ideas an urgency and attention much better than in the prior publication.