What Can I Read To Support My Practice?

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If it comes down to reading about mindfulness or practising mindfulness, then opt for practising mindfulness any day of the week! For those with more time on their hands and who wish to further explore, these are some essential texts worth checking out.

General Mindfulness

Birch, V and Pennman, D 2013. Mindfulness for Health.

Chaskalson, M 2011. The Mindful Work Place.

Chodron, P 1997. When Things Fall Apart

Doyle, O 2011 Mindfulness Plain and Simple

Epstein, M 1995. Thoughts Without a Thinker

Feldenkrais, M 1972. Awareness Through Movement

Goldstein, J 1983. The Experience of Insight.

Hasson, G 2013. Mindfulness: Be Mindful. Live in the Moment

Heaversedge, J and Halliwell, E  2012. The Mindful Manifesto.

Kabat-Zinn, J 1990. Full Catastrophe Living.

Kabat-Zinn, J 1994. Wherever you go, There you are.

Parke, S 2011. One Minute Mindfulness

Silverton, S 2012. The Mindfulness Breakthrough.

Teasdale, J et al 2014. The Mindful Way Workbook.

Wax, R 2014. Sane New World

Williams, M and Penman, D 2011. Mindfulness A Practical Guide to Finding Peace in a Frantic World.

Williams, M et al 2007. The Mindful Way through Depression: Freeing Yourself from Chronic Unhappiness.

Mindfulness for Kids

Bodhipaksa 2012. Mindfulness Meditations for Teens

Kaiser Greenland, S 2009. The Mindful Child

Murray, L 2012. Calm Kids

Rose Wilds, E 2011. Teaching Mindfulness to Children and Teens

Snel, E 2014. Sitting Still Like a Frog

Willard, C 2010. Child’s Mind.

Qi Gong

Cohen, K 1997. The Way of Qigong.

Young Woman Meditating on the Floor

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