Mindfulness for the Mindless: A no nonsense guide to breaking free from a mindless life

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John Burley, Apr 2, 2018 - Self-Help - 252 pages
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A book for people who want less stress and more happiness

Mindfulness for the Mindless will show you that by using mindfulness you can be:

- Happier with yourself

- Happier in relationships

- Happier at work

- Less anxious and stressed

- Less reactive and judgemental

- Kinder and more compassionate

- Mindful without meditating

This no nonsense guide to mindfulness will show you how to stop mindlessly existing and how to start enjoying a fuller life. It explains the mindless traps that we all fall into and how by using mindfulness and being more mindful you can escape them to make your life more fulfiling and enjoyable.

Mindfulness for the Mindless will show you that by using mindfulness you can be happier with yourself, happier in relationships, happier at work, less anxious and stressed, less reactive and judgemental, kinder and more compassionate and practice mindfulness without meditating.

The author's style is casual, making it an easy read and with just enough information on mindfulness for you to understand that adding mindfulness into your daily life is something we can all do without too much effort.

10% of all author royalties from this book are donated to Mind: For better mental health. Mind is a charity providing advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.


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About the author (2018)

 John Burley lives in Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom and at the point of writing Mindfulness for the Mindless is the director of a software development company producing software solutions to mainly the gaming industry. He also blogs about mindfulness at www.amindfulway.blog which has a growing following both on the blog itself, the accompanying Android app and on social media.

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