Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations
I'm realizing more and more as I get older that it's important to harness and master techniques on how to balance oneself mentally. I would say that in this past year alone, I've been on the verge of 2 panic attacks, and have found myself completely overwhelmed or flustered over small things. I started taking yoga with my future mother in law to not only stay in shape but also attempt to align my body and mind. Unfortunately my groupon deal ended and I couldn't afford to pay about 7 times the cost of what I paid, for more classes (and yes, I know I received an extremely discounted rate to begin with, but no matter how great the class, I can't justify the cost).
I was so excited and relieved when I received an advance copy of Courtney Sunday's Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations. It is actually one of the most enjoyable guide-type books that I've read. There are over 75 meditations that are broken up into several categories covering all aspects of daily life such as everyday moments of mindfulness, technological mindfulness, moody & mindful moments, and mindfulness in times of travel.
Having a meditation for every small and big thing in life is extremely helpful; I was actually very surprised at how Sunday was able to provide meditations for common to more obscure issues and matters. Each passage paints a scenario, then leads to how and where to focus your mind as well as breathing techniques.
I highly recommend Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations, as I can apply it so seamlessly into my life and I have found it to be very helpful in becoming more centered because I feel equipped with the skills to be able to tackle every type of situation. The book released this week on May 22nd, get your copy here.
Those people looking effortlessly relaxed in the yoga studio? They are so not you. Your life barely allows for quiet, let alone meditation. You have a commute that takes longer every year, you cook dinner for a family that doesn't appreciate it, and at the end of all that, you still have to take your dog out for a walk. You are tired, and adding one more thing to the pile is out of the question. Rather than expecting you to find more time to meditate, Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations brings meditation to you.
Mindfulness expert Courtney Sunday allows the concept of mindfulness to be flexible, playful, and even fun. With more than 75 everyday meditations, Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations offers targeted suggestions for inner freedom, even if you can't stop scrolling your Instagram feed. Included are meditations for . . .
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Courtney Sunday is a health writer, wellness coach, and yoga teacher who specializes in working with people who don't believe they can do yoga at all. She writes articles for publications such as The Globe and Mail, USA Today, and MindBodyGreen. Her preferred place to meditate is on the floor next to her two purring cats. Courtney resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- When Your Energy is Fading Fast
- When You Can’t Find Your Keys
- Rush Hour Traffic
- When You Just Don’t Know Anymore
- Inner Struggle
- And more!
Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations doesn't judge you for being hungover or eating too much cake (in fact, there are mindfulness exercises for both of those situations). Purposeful presence is possible for all of us, even when your Uber is late or the Wi-Fi is down.
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