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Mindful : April 2018
“Young people in their twen- ties and thirties are rapidly becoming the ‘meditation generation,’” writes Yael Shy. As the main mind behind MindfulNYU—the coun- try’s largest campus-wide meditation program—and as someone who began medi- tating in college to assuage her crippling anxiety, Shy is well qualified to recommend the practice. This is par- ticularly true if you’ve felt like mindfulness or meditation are out of touch with the instabil- ity and unrelenting freakiness of the challenges that young people have to navigate. What Now? offers her steady, compassionate advice on tech–life balance, mindful- ness in relationships, social justice, mental health, and more. Shy’s set of meditative exercises at the end ties it all together, so that you can start right now. WHAT NOW? Meditation for Your Twenties and Beyond Yael Shy • Parallax Press Rachel Jonat, who also blogs on minimalism and parent- ing, takes a stand against the assumed virtuousness of a maxed-out schedule when she encourages us to “create time and space for that most luxurious of activities: doing nothing.” Just like having less stuff lets you enjoy the stuff you have more, she writes, making time to zone out enables you to be more fully present, for yourself and loved ones. Sound familiar? For context, experienced prac- titioners say being mindful eventually becomes effortless. So will practiced effortless- ness also make you mindful? THE JOY OF DOING NOTHING A Real-Life Guide to Stepping Back, Slowing Down, and Creating a Simpler, Joy-Filled Life Rachel Jonat • Simon & Schuster “Your unique messes contain the seeds of everything you need. They hold within them real love for yourself and others.” April 2018 mindful 81