Morning Meditations. Finished 3-19-20, self-help, 315 pages, pub. 2020
Do you ever wish you could take a moment from your busy day to reflect on life’s larger questions? Do you wonder how you could experience your relationships differently? Or how to prioritize your goals? It can be challenging to reflect on our own experiences, to lean on the wisdom of others, and to draw inspiration from the world around us. Now you can . . .. without a big commitment of time.
Morning Meditations is filled with more than 150 bite-sized entries about some of life’s most important questions about the nature of change, stress, mindfulness, gratitude, relationships, self-esteem, and health. Carefully curated from the writings of some of the world’s leading mental health practitioners, the passages offer insight and comfort, as well as prompts for further thought. from Goodreads
Broken up in to several categories like change, mindfulness, and self-esteem this book is full of ideas to get you thinking. The multiple categories were scattered (like two Stress entries in a row, a needed thing at this time, I think!) and the entries were short. None were more than a page and a half and most were on one small page.
When I first started reading this I thought it would be perfect for people on the go who didn’t have a lot of time but still wanted to delve a little deeper into their behaviors or beliefs. Now, it seems, most of the country has plenty of time, but I think it’s still beneficial to keep our minds focused on our goals and our relationships.
I’ll leave you with one entry so you can get an idea of what’s included.
8 thoughts on “Morning Meditations: Awaken Your Power to Change”
Lloyd (408) 348-4849
I find if I read something every morning I can stay centered 🙂 Not sure change happens but it does help my frame of mind.
I usually feel inspired as I read books like this but then I don’t do anything about it later.
I love to read books like this. Some stick, some don’t.
Exactly. Some of these touched me deeply, some didn’t.
Oh I remember when I first saw a mention of this book on your blog (a month or two ago?) and I was having a stressful time at work, so this book jumped out at me and I was looking forward to reading it. Now, you are right, lol. We have a little more time on our hands and bigger problems to worry about. Definitely need more meditation in my life right now.