Our top book reads for positivity and mindfulness


It’s still the month of beginnings and this year is all about immersing ourselves in positive vibrations. We are talking about attracting goodness and greatness, exerting kindness and love and radiating with peace and joy.

To get that that veritable place of Zen we bring you 10 of our favourite reads that are all about positivity and mindfulness. Because if you really want it then you have to be mindful about it.

Here are our 10 top book reads for positivity and mindfulness.

1. The Power of Now

Because Now is what we really have. No one is promised tomorrow and it is all about carpe dieming our days all through 2022 and beyond. This book is a great beginner’s guide to taking your mind on that road to inner peace.

2. The Things You Can See When You Slow Down.

Written by Korean monk Haemin Sumin, his self-help masterpiece will help you reconnect with turning your relationships into good ties that bind.

3. The Ladybird Book of Mindfulness

Because who doesn’t remember Ladybird Fairytale classics? But I digress. Our favourite sentimental publishers bring you a more silly perspective on overdoing the idea of being overzealous with mindfulness. A little parody never hurt nobody.

4. I Am Here Now

This meditation book works as a journal to help you track your mindfulness journey. As you affirm and reaffirm positivity, it is only wise to take note of your journey. Discover yourself as you uncover more mindfulness exercises.

5. 10% Happier

This sceptic perspective on meditation and its benefits comes from the mind of American TV personality Dan Harris. More of a memoir, this book explores the personal journey and the culture and history around New Age meditation and mindfulness. Perhaps, some new perspective on the subject will help you comprehend where you are and where you want to be.

6. Mindfulness in Plain English

Simple, easy-peasy lemon squeezy. This 80s book stays classic with an uncontrived look on meditation and affirming positivity in your day to day.

7. The Little Book of Ikigai

We love Japanese culture and cannot help but appreciate their principles and approach to purpose. This book will help you find the satisfaction you forgot you had by highlighting the goodness in the now and the greatness in the after. Definitely a great read to start your 2022.

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