Headspace. It’s packed with guided mindfulness audios and offers a ten-day free trial. Get it here: https://www.headspace.com
Best Online Course
An online course set up by anchorman (and famous mindfulness convert), Dan Harris. It’s designed for skeptics who are dispositionally allergic to lots of “woo-woo”. Visit here for a seven-day free trial: http://www.10percenthappier.com/mindfulness-meditation-the-basics/
Best Introductory Video
Dan Harris’ ‘Hack Your Brain’s Default Mode with Meditation’. Less than four minutes long and well worth a look.
This website: www.mindful.org has a good range of information about the whys and hows of mindfulness. This page is an excellent place to start: http://www.mindful.org/meditation/mindfulness-gett…
Best In-Depth Read
Okay, maybe we’re a little biased, but we do recommend that you check out Mindset’s three-part article on Mindfulness. You can find parts one, two and three on our blog. It explains what mindfulness is, why it helps, and how you can get started.
It’s fairly long, so if you just want to dive in and get start practicing mindfulness, we suggest that you skip to Part Three of the article, which is packed with practical tips.
Best Mindfulness Trainer
Okay, she’s not an online resource, but we definitely recommend you talk to Dr Kirsten Keown at Mindset if you wanton expert to teach you mindfulness. Kirsten is a Clinical Psychologist who loves teaching individuals and groups how to use mindfulness to thrive.