Do you want to be happy?
Of course, everyone does! But have you ever questioned what or where your happiness comes from? We spend so much of our lives in search of happiness, dissatisfied with our current state.
Wonder no more. In his first book Find Your Mind: Meditation for the Bold & Ambitious, Andrew Feinstein shows you that you can create the conditions to form your own happiness. Through the art and practice of meditation and mindfulness, you can learn to live in the present moment. Right here and right now.
You will not only learn how to use meditation techniques, but how meditation can help you attain balance and happiness. If you're on a spiritual journey, Find Your Mind is about so much more than meditation, it is a journey to find your best self.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Graham Betchart, Author of Play Present
"Find Your Mind is a book for the world. Feinstein's stories and wisdom are weaved together in a way that aims to reach any reader. I use this book to help coach my athletes and to help coach myself. Wherever you are on your journey, this book has something for you."
Dr. Home Nguyen, Co-Founder of MindKind
"I recommend this book for both the meditation newbies as well as for those who have failed at meditation. Read this book and start again and again with a curious mind and an open heart!”
Sharon Salzberg, Author of Lovingkindness & Real Love
"Andrew delineates how meditation practice can teach us to live in the present moment, and see clearly what is before us as it is, with compassion instead of judgment. This book is a journey and a path to real happiness."
Watch Andrew talk with Eric Koester, the Founder of The Creator Insitute. Eric helped fuel Andrew with the desire and the passion to write, this is how he did it.
About the Author
"Happiness is my goal. The world is my target."
Andrew Feinstein is a 24-year-old author, entrepreneur, and innovator. Andrew wrote and published the Amazon Best Selling book Find Your Mind: Meditation for the Bold and Ambitious to help the next generation access the tools of meditation/mindfulness.
It was dark out when I first tried meditating. I had just finished reading my all-time favorite book, Way of the Peaceful Warrior, by Dan Millman. As I turned the page to reveal the back cover of the book, I was left with two takeaways.
1. Find a spiritual teacher in a gas station (this is how Dan's journey began)
2. Try meditation
Obviously, I thought the second choice would be easier and I have to say I might have been wrong. My first meditation was the hardest. My back hurt, my mind was all over the place, time felt like it was moving at a fraction of normal speed. I gave up after five minutes... but even in that time, I knew that there was something powerful, something real about this practice. There was something that was telling me to learn more.
Many hours of sitting in meditation, reading books and conversing with experts, I have been able to build up a practice that works for me. A practice that grounds me and keeps me in the present moment. And a practice that has given me the drive to do more, to be better for myself and for the world. Meditation has given me a greater purpose in life, and I want to share that purpose with all of you.