This Just In: Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics

Dan Harris used to think that meditation was for new age types only. After he had a panic attack on live television he went on a journey that ultimately led him to become one of meditation’s most vocal public proponents.

In Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics, Harris and his friend Jeff Warren, embark on a cross-country trip to find out what stops people from meditating. They rent a tour bus and travel across eighteen states, talking to scores of would-be meditators—including parents, military cadets, police officers, and even a few celebrities. The authors offer scientific backing on the benefits of meditation, create a taxonomy of the most common issues (e.g. I don’t have the time) and offer ways to help people overcome them along with other practical meditation guidance.

The book is not all serious and reads like the travel or road trip book which it partially is.

Don’t forget we’ve developed a great collection of mental health and wellness books – including this title  – that can give you a little comfort and inspiration throughout law school.  We have print and ebooks available.  If you’ve been back to the Ohio Room, you’ve seen the print book display, and you’re welcome to check any of them out. If you’d like to see all of the books in the collection, including our ebooks, the easiest way is to do a title search in Scholar, the library catalog, for “Law Library Mental Health and Wellness Collection”. This brings up all of the books in the collection.