'Unplug is the book I wish I had when I first started meditating. Simple, smart, and inspirational, it provides concrete tools you can use to live a more fulfilling, happier, and yes, more productive life' Arianna Huffington
THE MODERN GUIDE TO MEDITATION FOR BUSY PEOPLE
UNPLUG is the modern, minimalist guide to meditation for busy people. Whether you're a Fortune 500 CEO or someone bogged down with a never ending to-do list, Suze Yalof-Schwartz shows that you can get more done - and do it better - by consciously unplugging for just a few minutes each day.
This revolutionary book brilliantly simplifies the art of meditation and reveals the life-changing benefits you will experience, from improved memory and a more positive outlook to a reduction in anxiety and stress.
Through easy techniques and tips for incorporating meditation into your daily life, UNPLUG shows you that everyone can meditate, even if - especially if - you believe you think too much, have no time, can't sit still or that it's just 'not you'.
Unplug reinvents meditation for today's distracted, stressed out and technology-besieged world. It's the book I wish I had when I first started meditating. Simple, smart, and inspirational, it provides concrete tools you can use to live a more fulfilling, happier, and yes, more productive life - Ariana Huffington, bestselling author of The Sleep Revolution and Thrive
Unplug is the ultimate guide to meditation and its powers. Suze Yalof Schwartz expertly demystifies the essence of meditation, and how to achieve the revelatory rest your mind and body need, to live a healthy and long life - David B. Angus, MD, bestselling author of The End of Illness and The Lucky Years
Suze Yalof Schwartz is the founder and CEO of unplug meditation (www.unplugmeditation.com). Before becoming a spiritual entrepreneur, Suze enjoyed decades as a fashion editor, director, and stylist. She has worked at Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, and Glamour, and was a regular on many morning TV shows. Suze had an aha moment in late 2012 when she wanted to learn how to meditate and couldn't find a place that fit her schedule, budget, or aesthetic. So she decided to build it herself.