Going beyond a basic overview to explain how and why meditation works, this manual provides clear instruction on how to create a daily meditation practice, emphasizing how important it is—especially for Westerners who are not used to being still—to sit correctly. By using contemporary examples from his own practice and more than a decade of teaching various meditation techniques, the information is presented in a modern way that is easy to understand, fun, and attainable. Perfect for both novice and seasoned practitioners, these simple techniques help deepen the practice and explore the physical, psychological, and emotional benefits of daily meditation.
Inner Tranquility: A Guide to Seated Meditation Hot
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Inner Tranquility: A Guide to Seated Meditation 2010-08-13 17:02:54 Julie Clayton
In this second and revised edition of "The Findhorn Book of Meditation," author Darren Main gives clear guidance for a seated meditation practice. You would think that an entire book wouldn't be necessary for this, but anyone who has embarked on a meditation practice knows that although it is a simple technique, meditation profoundly affects our physical, emotional, and psychological being. To this end, the author brings contemporary examples from his own meditation teaching practice to demonstrate the hows and whys of meditation. This slim volume is an easy read, but chock full of salient insight and direction: ideal for a novice and affirming for seasoned meditators.
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