Book about trying to include meditation into hectic daily life and tries to make this approachable to all. The main barrier to stop people meditating is usually lack of time. One of the main points is that meditation doesn’t have to take long and can be done in a few minutes.
Suggests that using the cue, routine, reward strategy helps you practice meditation in your daily life.
Quick routine to meditate take 10 deeps breath and focus on them enjoying the simplicity.
Remember when you endure embarrassment although it may feel like the world is ending, for everybody everybody else it’s only mildly amusing!
The book is very much targeted at people who seem to think they need to be great at meditation and then get frustrated with themselves when they aren’t. Realise that you don’t have to be excellent at meditation, simply trying is enough. Beating yourself up and being dejected about lack of progress isn’t helpful. Feel free to fail at it you don’t need to do it perfectly.
Remember what you resists persists!