For anyone seeking ways to become more mindful, there is no shortage of excellent books about mindfulness. Whether you are a self-proclaimed bookworm or wish you had more time for reading, curling up with some of the best mindfulness books can help you gain a better understanding of this practice and ultimately become more mindful. Check out some of our picks for best mindfulness books!


5 of the Best Mindfulness Books To Curl Up With

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1. 10-Minute Mindfulness by S.J. Scott & Barrie Davenport

10-Minute Mindfulness: 71 Habits for Living in the Present Moment is the perfect book for readers to begin their journey with mindfulness. This easy-to-digest book will help you bring consciousness to choices about your lifestyle and eliminate bad habits you may not know you have. For anyone hoping to find a few mindful moments each day or do small mindfulness exercises to refocus their attention, 10 Minute Mindfulness is a must-read!

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2. The Power of Off by Nancy Colier

Do you always have half of your attention on your phone or check your Instagram more than you care to admit? If so, The Power of Off is the book for you! In a world where technology has a growing role in our everyday lives, Dr. Nancy Colier explains the science behind why we are so compelled by our devices. Her approach uses mindfulness to reshape our relationship with technology and reconnect with the world around us. This is one of the best mindfulness books for anyone hoping to use devices less and engage with the world more.   

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3. The Happiness Track by Emma Seppälä Ph.D.

The Happiness Track by Emma Seppälä, science director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University, explores how you can use mindfulness and resilience to achieve your goals. In this book, Seppälä covers science-based research about the power of mindfulness, ways to get ahead in your profession while staying true to yourself, and more. This book also includes a number of practical strategies to incorporate mindfulness in your daily life and teaches you steps to mindfully set goals in your career.

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4. Journey of The Heart: Path of Conscious Love by John Welwood

Journey to the Heart is an ideal book for those seeking to bring more mindfulness to their relationships. John Welwood brings his expertise as a psychologist and spiritual teacher into this book, and explores how two partners can ground themselves through mindfulness and ultimately help one another grow. This should be on your list of best mindfulness books for anyone hoping to strengthen their relationships and make deeper connections!

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5. A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled by Ruby Wax

No list of best mindfulness books is complete without A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled by Ruby Wax. This book explores modern-day pressures and Wax’s solution to a stressful world: mindfulness. Readers will delve into a simple break down of mindfulness written in Wax’s witty style. For those seeking mindfulness tips for relationships, parenting, the workplace and more, this book is a must-read.

Reading some of the best mindfulness books can help you gain a better understanding of mindfulness and ultimately life happier and healthier. To further explore these concepts with The Yoga Warrior, check out our guide to mindfulness versus meditation!

Megan Herndon
Author

Megan is a Seattle-based writer who covers health and wellness. She has worked in content marketing and journalism for a number of organizations including The Seattle Globalist, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and The Jakarta Globe. She has a BA in journalism from the University of Washington and is currently working on her second UW degree, a Master of Communication and Digital Media. Born and raised in Hawaii and currently embracing the Pacific Northwest lifestyle, Megan loves all things active and outdoors including hiking, camping, outrigger canoe paddling, and yoga.

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