- Tree of Life Journal – to keep notes, feelings, achievements, goals, things we worry about…
- Yoga Mat – yoga helps us ground ourselves, calm our thoughts and balance our mind, body and spirit
- Music for Healing – music is a healing agent, it calms us, relaxes us and helps us be mindful to the present moment
- Hematite Metal Magnetic Bracelet or Hematite Tumble Stone Crystal Healing Bracelet – these bracelets represent confidence, self-esteem, stress, anxiety and bad habits
- Mindfulness in Plain English – learn and educate yourself on the subject so you can really understand how the practice can help you in your own life
- The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Much more than simple principles and platitudes, the book takes readers on an inspiring spiritual journey to find their true and deepest self and reach the ultimate in personal growth and spirituality: the discovery of truth and light.
- Inside Job by Mark SephtonDISCOVER who you are. IMAGINE who you could be, and ACHIEVE all the potential within you. We are all only as good as the thoughts we think. What are you thinking?
- The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion: Freeing Yourself from Destructive Thoughts and Emotions by Christopher K. Germer
- “Buck up.” “Stop feeling sorry for yourself.” “Don’t ruin everything.” When you are anxious, sad, angry, or lonely, do you hear this self-critical voice? What would happen if, instead of fighting difficult emotions, we accepted them?
- Mindful Eating by Miraval
Since its beginning in 1996, Miraval has upheld a powerfully simple vision: life is more meaningful and enjoyable when one’s physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and intellectual components are in balance.
- Slowing Time: Seeing the Sacred Outside Your Kitchen Door by Barbara Mahany
Barbara Mahany believes the sacred is all around, within finger’s reach–here to be gathered, culled, collected, through the simple yet complex art of paying attention, of savoring the moment, of cultivating stillness.
- Blind Decent: Surviving Alone & Blind on Mount Everest
Suddenly, his vision became blurry, his eyes started to burn, and within seconds, he was rendered almost completely blind. All alone at 29,035 feet, low on oxygen, and stricken with snow blindness, Brian was forced to inch his way back down the mountain relying only on his Navy survival training, his gut instinct, and his faith.