If there was one thing you could do to change how you think, feel, and act - would you do it?
If you feel stressed, anxious, depressed, or unfocused, then meditation can help you harness the changing nature of the brain in order to increase peacefulness and quality of life.
A practical, research-focused look at mindfulness and meditation that is proven to relieve stress, anxiety, pain, improve your awareness, and help you live a more peaceful life in 8 weeks or less.
Perfect for beginners and seasoned meditators, How to Change Your Mind explores how to change your brain through meditation by using quick, easy-to-follow exercises. These will increase your gray matter density in areas associated with emotional regulation and decrease it in areas responsible for fear and stress.
Research from recent scientific studies have shown the remarkable ability of mindful meditation to change the physical qualities of your brain through neuroplasticity.
We’ll briefly explore the current scientific discourse happening around meditation and its effects, including: how mindfulness can help shape your thought patterns, improve your day to day life, how to use meditation to handle strong negative emotions, and gain more control over your thoughts.
There’s no need to chant mantras or block out hours of your day to meditate anymore. Instead, you only need a few minutes to weave these simple practices into your day to find more peace in your life. The book also covers:
How to find which meditation exercises work best for you
Different ways to meditate (pg. 38, 50, 53)
How meditation can slow down your brain’s aging (pg. 20)
How to harness the power of neuroplasticity (pg. 30)
How to get to sleep with meditation (pg. 70)
How to manage pain (pg. 66)
How to stem addiction and cravings (pg. 71)
With scientifically proven techniques and only minutes per day, How to Change Your Mind can help you start living your best life in eight weeks or less.
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