We all have gone through that phase where we start meditation for a while and then stop it. Because we thought it was boring to sit in one place for a time being on the other hand If I were to tell you benefits of meditation the list is endless. It is a practice from ancient times. That’s why I thought If we can read some books about meditation which helps in making our mindset and then we take some action there is a possibility that we will be successful at it. But before beginning let me tell you that I am not an advanced meditator. I am just a beginner who is trying to make it a habit. I listen from one of my idols that If you want to make something impossible possible start with mindset and books are the easiest way to make a particular mindset for a skill or a new habit. And also here is a video from where I get that idea, It’s from Mr. Sandeep Maheshwari Ji How to make the impossible possible?
So let’s begin with the 3 must-have books for beginners meditators –live2read.com
1) Meditation for Beginners by Jack Kornfield
If you are thinking about meditation but don’t know where or how to start, this is the book for you. This book is a step by step guide to Meditation. It is a must-have book for those who are suffering from anxiety and depression.
2) How to Meditate by Pema Chodron
If you are starting meditation and feeling frustrating because you find it boring or you can’t focus at one point. This the book for you, It gave you insight about the right way to meditate. Written by an American Buddhist nun, the author shares her insights in a gentle, down-to-earth, and honest manner. Reading this book will inspire you to meditate.
3) Autobiography of a Yogi
Autobiography of a Yogi is a book that is recommended by every successful person from Virat Kohli to Steve Jobs. Even various big Youtube channels like BeerBiceps and Sandeep Maheshwari also mention these books in their videos. I don’t know much about this book because I lost it just after purchasing it but still it’s on my to-do list. If you read it feel free to tell me what changes happen in you.