You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life ePUB Õ 4

You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life ePUB Õ 4


You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life ➶ [Reading] ➸ You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life By Rebekah Borucki ➫ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk “I don’t have time to meditate”Rebekah “Bex” Borucki has heard this a lot A certified yoga and meditation teacher she’s taught hundreds of thousands of people how to create simple yet powe “I don’t have time to meditate”Rebekah “Bex” Borucki 4 Minutes eBook ↠ has heard this a lot A certified yoga and meditation teacher she’s taught hundreds of thousands of people how to create simple yet powerful meditation practices In fact as she’ll show you in this book in as little as  minutes you can change your lifeAfter years You Have Kindle - of suffering from anxiety and depression both as a child and as an adult Bex took control of her mental and physical health by establishing a rigorous fitness and yoga routine that uickly evolved into her own regular homegrown minute daily meditation practice Bex’s minute meditations combine mantras affirmations breathing and bodywork techniues and Have 4 Minutes Epub ß they’re designed so that even the busiest people can fit them into their livesIn this book Bex guides you through different meditation practices and shares personal stories that demonstrate how meditation has helped her overcome various challenges She also answers commonly asked uestions like  “Do my eyes have to stay closed” and “What do I do Have 4 Minutes to Change MOBI :Þ if my body starts to hurt”; provides technical information about props postures and mantras; and offers tools to cope with complex issues such as grief body acceptance and relationshipsBy spending just minutes a day with this practice you will find deep meaningful and lasting healing.

  • Paperback
  • 183 pages
  • You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life
  • Rebekah Borucki
  • 10 August 2014
  • 9781401949723

10 thoughts on “You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life

  1. Alicia Bayer Alicia Bayer says:

    This was such a long book although it could easily have been condensed into a short blog post The author uses personal stories to offer inspiration and then walks you through how to pose where to sit when to do how to breathe what chakras sp? to visualize etc for 20 meditations to do things like get over grief find love and lose weight In each case you get a long winded personal story and then lots of inspirational cheerleading with a smattering of uotes from famous motivational speakers and the bible then you have some mantras to pick from that you say to yourself for four minutes Ironically it takes you a half an hour to read any of these four minute meditationsI'm in the process of reading through some ARCs of books that I downloaded right before one of my kids had a health crisis that sat on my Kindle unread I'm working my way through them to finally give feedback If not for that I would not have finished this one I really had to push myself to keep plodding away at itI was torn whether to give 2 or 3 stars and ultimately rounded up to 3 because it will likely be helpful for people who enjoy this sort of thing and out of guilt for taking so long to review it This will be a great book for some but it wasn't for me

  2. Sarah (Workaday Reads) Sarah (Workaday Reads) says:

    This was a clear simply written book that stripped away the mystery and complication of meditation and made it real for every day life It really helped me see that I don't need to get ready or get set up for meditation it can be done anywhere at anytimeThe format felt like a mix of personal story and instructional told in a cohesive and flowy way I took my time reading it mainly because I wanted to absorb and incorporate the knowledge into my life and my thought process It's a very positive and informative read and I'm happy I started the year off with it

  3. Colette Lamberth Colette Lamberth says:

    I think this book would be great for anyone wishing to start a meditation practice and not just those who think they don't have enough time It really felt like a friend talking me through every aspect of the meditation process If I had one regret it was that I was reading this on kindle and what I really would have wanted was a physical book that I could refer to and put sticky markers in the pages I have now ordered a paperback copy as it will work better for meI received a free copy via NetGalley and my thanks to Hay House for that

  4. Karly Karly says:

    Overall I learned a few tricks and tips for meditation However I feel like they could have been summed up in a brochure Lots of repetition and side bars that I didn't find helpful on my journey to meditationI did like reading about the author's journey to meditation throughout the book so that part could be in the brochure too ;P

  5. Amy Amy says:

    This is the best book on meditation I've ever read It's accessible simple without being condescending not overtly spiritual at least not enough to make this atheist uncomfortable and there are real moments of humor in itThe author does a great job of using vignettes from her life to show how meditation can help anyone I'm not doing 4 minutes every day but I've done meditation since picking up the book than I'd done in a long time I find that getting up before the rest of my family is the best time for me to spend my four minutes I get up start the coffee meditate and then am rewarded with inner peace and inner caffeineFair warning though This book made me cry There were so many bits and pieces that I desperately needed to hear and it triggered a major emotional response Your situation may look like a mess That's real But you are not that mess^^This^^It's been a tough year Between the divorce and losing my day job things have felt pretty desperate and it's hard to look at my situation and separate it from me Reading this book was like shining a light on the darkness I've been harboringSide note I had a conversation with a dear friend last week He asked me how he could assure a friend that she wasn't a failure because a her relationship failed b no one liked her erstwhile partner and c she didn't know said partner was unsuitable right away and even when she knew she stayed for a bit I was able to give the best advice on thatadvice that I should probably take for myself My biggest pet peeve as a divorced person is the term failed marriage Ending is not failure Repeat Amy This is your mantra Well this and You are not that messBack to the review One of the biggest stressors in the last year has been money Just when I started to get back on my feet post divorce I lost my job Unemployment doesn't cover my living expenses and I uickly ran through my savings So much of my self worth is tied into my financial independence I am not currently at a place of financial independence and I'm so very fortunate that I have people willing to help me out until I am back to that placeRebekah asks If I separate myself form the idea that I don't have enough money right now how do I feel? Can I feel contentment even if these so called negative circumstances remain true?You know what? When I'm not stressed about money I feel pretty damn content with my life Obviously pretending that I have money I don't have is not going to work out as a career path I'm guessing I can't pay my car loan with contentment points but it's easier to breath when I remind myself that my current lack of solvency is not a reflection on my self worth This book came at a time in my life when I needed those reminders it's so important to take the time to separate yourself the parts that make you you from the circumstances you find yourself in Sure in part you shape your world but just because things are hard or crappy doesn't mean you have to internalize itI plan on continuing to follow the meditations in the book The one I've been using the last couple of weeks is You Have 4 Minutes to Accept Where You Are in the Moment The mantras associated with this meditation are exactly what I need to remind myself of every day I am not broken or in need of fixingI am worthy of being heard and of being loved as I am in this momentMy inner voice is wise and I allow myself to listen to it without judgmentIf you're interested in starting a meditation practice but are intimidated by the idea of uieting your mind for 30 minutes this is the place for you Four minutes doesn't sound like a lot but it's really making a difference for me

  6. Suzi Fevens Suzi Fevens says:

    As a yoga instructor I've read many meditation books and this is by far my favorite especially for those new to the practice It demystifies meditation and makes it super accessible even for those who may not feel like they are the meditating type I loved how many meditations were included and think that this is an invaluable tool for anyone looking to bring meditation into their life even if they only have 4 minutes

  7. Rhteufel Rhteufel says:

    For someone new to meditation this book was pretty handy I was introduced to meditation while in nursing school to help me get control of my anxiety before exams I discovered Bex via her YouTube channel When I learned he had a book I went ahead and purchased it While her backstory and her own introduction to meditation weren’t really relevant to meditation itself it was helpful to see and understand how devoting only a few minutes helped her The mantras she uses in the book don’t really fit my life but it gave me the confidence to wildlife my own This is a good place to start for anyone new to meditation and lives a busy life like myself

  8. Sherry Sherry says:

    Meditation is one of those things that we constantly hear about these days we know it's good for us and everyone is trying it from hippies to yuppies to Wall Street big wigs But it also sounds scary and hardRebekah Borucki takes the guesswork out of it and brings it to a level of accessibility that you've never seen before Everyone thinks they're too busy to meditate but she's a mom of five with her own multiple business empire so if she can find the time to change her life with meditation then anyone can ANYONEIt doesn't matter what you're looking for Whether you want less stress and anxiety abundance or you just want to love what you see in the mirror there's a meditation in here for you And this isn't just a dry how to guide it's full of personal stories that are the perfect example of how that particular meditation can yes change your lifeIf you've ever EVER said I'd probably love meditation but I just don't even know where to get started or who has time for meditation anyway? then this is exactly what you need

  9. ProfBen10 ProfBen10 says:

    This is a good guide for those who are beginners in mindfulness meditations I suggest reading about one chapter a day rather than the entire book in one sitting Maybe even practice one meditation each day Author gives a step by step of each meditation and gives powerful examples of how it's been useful in her life While reading the author's personal anecdotes aren't necessary for practicing the meditations I would highly recommend it if you want to get the most out of this book All in all well worth your time

  10. valeria cazzetta valeria cazzetta says:

    This book is a MUST have if you want to dive into meditation but you don't know how to or where to start It's easy beautifully written and accessible to everyone You could be a beginner or an expert this book is for everyone I've read this book in a week end during holidays and I keep it preciously on my bedside table between my most inspiring books I recommend this little treasure to everybody Well done to the author Looking forward for a second book

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10 thoughts on “You Have 4 Minutes to Change Your Life

  1. Alicia Bayer Alicia Bayer says:

    This was such a long book although it could easily have been condensed into a short blog post The author uses personal stories to offer inspiration and then walks you through how to pose where to sit when to do how to breathe what chakras sp? to visualize etc for 20 meditations to do things like get over grief find love and lose weight In each case you get a long winded personal story and then lots of inspirational cheerleading with a smattering of uotes from famous motivational speakers and the bible then you have some mantras to pick from that you say to yourself for four minutes Ironically it takes you a half an hour to read any of these four minute meditationsI'm in the process of reading through some ARCs of books that I downloaded right before one of my kids had a health crisis that sat on my Kindle unread I'm working my way through them to finally give feedback If not for that I would not have finished this one I really had to push myself to keep plodding away at itI was torn whether to give 2 or 3 stars and ultimately rounded up to 3 because it will likely be helpful for people who enjoy this sort of thing and out of guilt for taking so long to review it This will be a great book for some but it wasn't for me

  2. Sarah (Workaday Reads) Sarah (Workaday Reads) says:

    This was a clear simply written book that stripped away the mystery and complication of meditation and made it real for every day life It really helped me see that I don't need to get ready or get set up for meditation it can be done anywhere at anytimeThe format felt like a mix of personal story and instructional told in a cohesive and flowy way I took my time reading it mainly because I wanted to absorb and incorporate the knowledge into my life and my thought process It's a very positive and informative read and I'm happy I started the year off with it

  3. Colette Lamberth Colette Lamberth says:

    I think this book would be great for anyone wishing to start a meditation practice and not just those who think they don't have enough time It really felt like a friend talking me through every aspect of the meditation process If I had one regret it was that I was reading this on kindle and what I really would have wanted was a physical book that I could refer to and put sticky markers in the pages I have now ordered a paperback copy as it will work better for meI received a free copy via NetGalley and my thanks to Hay House for that

  4. Karly Karly says:

    Overall I learned a few tricks and tips for meditation However I feel like they could have been summed up in a brochure Lots of repetition and side bars that I didn't find helpful on my journey to meditationI did like reading about the author's journey to meditation throughout the book so that part could be in the brochure too ;P

  5. Amy Amy says:

    This is the best book on meditation I've ever read It's accessible simple without being condescending not overtly spiritual at least not enough to make this atheist uncomfortable and there are real moments of humor in itThe author does a great job of using vignettes from her life to show how meditation can help anyone I'm not doing 4 minutes every day but I've done meditation since picking up the book than I'd done in a long time I find that getting up before the rest of my family is the best time for me to spend my four minutes I get up start the coffee meditate and then am rewarded with inner peace and inner caffeineFair warning though This book made me cry There were so many bits and pieces that I desperately needed to hear and it triggered a major emotional response Your situation may look like a mess That's real But you are not that mess^^This^^It's been a tough year Between the divorce and losing my day job things have felt pretty desperate and it's hard to look at my situation and separate it from me Reading this book was like shining a light on the darkness I've been harboringSide note I had a conversation with a dear friend last week He asked me how he could assure a friend that she wasn't a failure because a her relationship failed b no one liked her erstwhile partner and c she didn't know said partner was unsuitable right away and even when she knew she stayed for a bit I was able to give the best advice on thatadvice that I should probably take for myself My biggest pet peeve as a divorced person is the term failed marriage Ending is not failure Repeat Amy This is your mantra Well this and You are not that messBack to the review One of the biggest stressors in the last year has been money Just when I started to get back on my feet post divorce I lost my job Unemployment doesn't cover my living expenses and I uickly ran through my savings So much of my self worth is tied into my financial independence I am not currently at a place of financial independence and I'm so very fortunate that I have people willing to help me out until I am back to that placeRebekah asks If I separate myself form the idea that I don't have enough money right now how do I feel? Can I feel contentment even if these so called negative circumstances remain true?You know what? When I'm not stressed about money I feel pretty damn content with my life Obviously pretending that I have money I don't have is not going to work out as a career path I'm guessing I can't pay my car loan with contentment points but it's easier to breath when I remind myself that my current lack of solvency is not a reflection on my self worth This book came at a time in my life when I needed those reminders it's so important to take the time to separate yourself the parts that make you you from the circumstances you find yourself in Sure in part you shape your world but just because things are hard or crappy doesn't mean you have to internalize itI plan on continuing to follow the meditations in the book The one I've been using the last couple of weeks is You Have 4 Minutes to Accept Where You Are in the Moment The mantras associated with this meditation are exactly what I need to remind myself of every day I am not broken or in need of fixingI am worthy of being heard and of being loved as I am in this momentMy inner voice is wise and I allow myself to listen to it without judgmentIf you're interested in starting a meditation practice but are intimidated by the idea of uieting your mind for 30 minutes this is the place for you Four minutes doesn't sound like a lot but it's really making a difference for me

  6. Suzi Fevens Suzi Fevens says:

    As a yoga instructor I've read many meditation books and this is by far my favorite especially for those new to the practice It demystifies meditation and makes it super accessible even for those who may not feel like they are the meditating type I loved how many meditations were included and think that this is an invaluable tool for anyone looking to bring meditation into their life even if they only have 4 minutes

  7. Rhteufel Rhteufel says:

    For someone new to meditation this book was pretty handy I was introduced to meditation while in nursing school to help me get control of my anxiety before exams I discovered Bex via her YouTube channel When I learned he had a book I went ahead and purchased it While her backstory and her own introduction to meditation weren’t really relevant to meditation itself it was helpful to see and understand how devoting only a few minutes helped her The mantras she uses in the book don’t really fit my life but it gave me the confidence to wildlife my own This is a good place to start for anyone new to meditation and lives a busy life like myself

  8. Sherry Sherry says:

    Meditation is one of those things that we constantly hear about these days we know it's good for us and everyone is trying it from hippies to yuppies to Wall Street big wigs But it also sounds scary and hardRebekah Borucki takes the guesswork out of it and brings it to a level of accessibility that you've never seen before Everyone thinks they're too busy to meditate but she's a mom of five with her own multiple business empire so if she can find the time to change her life with meditation then anyone can ANYONEIt doesn't matter what you're looking for Whether you want less stress and anxiety abundance or you just want to love what you see in the mirror there's a meditation in here for you And this isn't just a dry how to guide it's full of personal stories that are the perfect example of how that particular meditation can yes change your lifeIf you've ever EVER said I'd probably love meditation but I just don't even know where to get started or who has time for meditation anyway? then this is exactly what you need

  9. ProfBen10 ProfBen10 says:

    This is a good guide for those who are beginners in mindfulness meditations I suggest reading about one chapter a day rather than the entire book in one sitting Maybe even practice one meditation each day Author gives a step by step of each meditation and gives powerful examples of how it's been useful in her life While reading the author's personal anecdotes aren't necessary for practicing the meditations I would highly recommend it if you want to get the most out of this book All in all well worth your time

  10. valeria cazzetta valeria cazzetta says:

    This book is a MUST have if you want to dive into meditation but you don't know how to or where to start It's easy beautifully written and accessible to everyone You could be a beginner or an expert this book is for everyone I've read this book in a week end during holidays and I keep it preciously on my bedside table between my most inspiring books I recommend this little treasure to everybody Well done to the author Looking forward for a second book

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