Book Review My Mind Won’t Shut Up! Meditation for People Who Don’t Meditate by Linda and Marion Williamson

I want to give a special thanks to Laura Sebright from Trigger Publishing for sending me the book, My Mind Won’t Shut Up! Meditation for People Who don’t Meditate by Linda and Marion Williamson for review. 

My Mind Won't Shut Up!: Meditation for People Who Don't Meditate by [Linda Williamson]

My Mind Won’t Shut Up!: Meditation for People Who Don’t Meditate

Published March 2021

107 pages

About the Author

Linda is a senior IT project manager for the NHS in London and has been meditating for 20 years. She’s obsessed with meditation books, retreats, and classes. She reads all the research but still manages to regularly lock herself out of her flat. Marion is an author, editor, and copywriter. This is her 4th book. She edited Prediction Magazine for ten years and works as a copywriter for various websites and magazines. Linda has meditation knowledge and Marion knows how to write books. 


My Thoughts

This is a great book for anyone who wants to learn how to meditate without all the complicated routines and jargon. What you see is what you get here and it feels good to hear real people who struggle to meditate for all the same reasons we do and how they find a way to fit it into their life. 

Linda and Marion show us how to be kind to ourselves and set realistic expectations. Which is a problem in many meditation books I’ve read. They have either way too much information or too hoky poky for me. My Mind Won’t Shut Up is a fun and fast read, one you can easily refer to again and again. 

They show us in simple terms how we can incorporate meditation into our daily lives and its benefits. 

Some reviews even called this a self-help book because it created positive thinking. I can’t think of a better way to learn how to meditate and would recommend this book to anyone who wants a no-nonsense book on how to meditate.

Trigger Publishing is the first mental health organization of its kind. We are bringing mental health recovery and balance to millions of people worldwide through the power of our books.

We have built a first-class resource of curated books produced and published in-house to create a unique collection of mental health recovery titles unrivaled in quality and selection. We work with experts, psychologists, doctors, and coaches to produce our books, but we also work with real people looking to share their stories to reach out to others and provide hope, understanding, and compassion. These brave authors also aim to raise awareness of mental health’s “human” face and its impact on everyday lives. 


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