Health & Fitness
#99: The Life Changing Effect of Mindfulness & Meditation ~Danny Penman
Danny Penman is considered one of the best meditation and mindfulness teachers globally, with 1.5 million+ copies sold of his best selling book Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Finding Peace in a Frantic World, and his materials used to teach schools, universities and hospitals around the world.
As an award winning journalist, meditation teacher and best selling author, Danny has a unique perspective on the value and impact of meditation. Moreover, his personal discovery of the power of mindfulness is both shocking and inspiring.
And let’s face it, the global mental health issues are escalating, due to the mounting stress-induing triggers in our lifestyles, and the lack of sufficient prioritisation for breathing, calmness and mindfulness.
Mindfulness is clinically proven to be one of the most effective treatments for anxiety, stress and depression. It is also widely accepted that Meditation and time away from rumination frees our mind to think of new solutions, be more compassionate and have deeper levels of gratitude.
For these reasons, and the fact that I (Steve) am on my own early journey of discovering a better life through meditation and mindfulness, I thought it would be an amazing opportunity to get some direct coaching from THE meditation guy.
Full Show Notes of what we discussed - https://adapnation.io/99-meditation-penman/
AdapNation Article on Mindfulness: https://adapnation.io/the-art-of-mindfulness/
Where to find DANNY PENMAN and his work:
▪︎ His Books - Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Finding Peace in a Frantic World, The Art Of Breathing and more!
▪︎ Free Getting Started Meditation - http://franticworld.com/aob/
▪︎ The Website - http://franticworld.com
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AdapNation Useful Links:
■ The Art of Mindfulness - a great article on the AdapNation website
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