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For many clients, meditation can be an appropriate complement to therapy. Scientific studies in recent years have affirmed the value of meditation in achieving emotional health.

WHAT IS MINDFULNESS MEDITATION? Mindfulness meditation (also known as Insight meditation or Vipassana) is a 2,600 year-old practice which cultivates a clear, stable and non-judgmental awareness. Mindfulness meditation is highly effective in helping bring calm and clarity to the pressures of daily life. It is also a spiritual path which gradually dissolves barriers to the full development of wisdom and compassion.


Here is a list of some suggested books about meditation:

A Path With Heart, by Jack Kornfield

Beginner’s Guide to Insight Meditation, by Arinna Weisman and Jean Smith

Being Nobody, Going Nowhere: Meditations on the Buddhist Path, by Ayya Khema

Eight Mindful Steps to Happiness, by Bhante Henepola Gunaratana

Introduction to 11th Step Meditation: Recovery and Insight, by Laurence Sanger

Insight Meditation:  The Practice of Freedom, by Joseph Goldstein

Journey to the Center, by Matthew Flickstein

Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness, by Sharon Salzberg

Meditation for Beginners, by Jack Kornfield

Mindfulness in Plain English, by Bhante Henepola Gunaratana

Mindfulness With Breathing: A Manual for Serious Beginners, by Buddhadasa Bhikkhu

Seeking the Heart of Wisdom:  The Path of Insight Meditation, by Joseph Goldstein and Jack Kornfield

The Art of Living:  Vipassana Meditation As Taught By S.N. Goenka,by William Hart

The Dhammapada: A New Translation of the Buddhist Classic, by Gil Fronsdal

The Experience of Insight,by Joseph Goldstein

The Heart of Buddhist Meditation, by Nyanaponika Thera

The Issue at Hand: Essays on Buddhist Mindfulness Practice, by Gil Fronsdal