Author: Mouni Sadhu
Publisher: Karnac Books
ISBN: 1904658067
Size: 46.72 MB
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Meditation from the Author: Mouni Sadhu. In this classic text, Mouni Sadhu lays bare the many myths and fallacies surrounding the practice of meditation. He then details a comprehensive course in meditation from the beginnings of the practice, to advanced techniques of meditation and contemplation in both Western and Eastern Traditions.


Author: Dada Jyotirupananda
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
ISBN: 1846942195
Size: 29.24 MB
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Meditation from the Author: Dada Jyotirupananda. This book will provide you with tools that can help you to meditate and will help you gain a stronger commitment to regular meditation practice. Learn about how to meditate, about yoga exercises and related practices. Learn how to be healthy through your own efforts and how to adopt a code of conduct that will see you through life's difficulties, and will help guide you to the deepest fulfilment.

Meditations Of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Emperor Of The Romans

Author: Marcus Aurelius
Publisher: General Books LLC
ISBN: 9781150571206
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Meditations Of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Emperor Of The Romans from the Author: Marcus Aurelius. General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1882 Original Publisher: Comelius H. Shaver Subjects: Philosophy, Ancient Philosophy / History


Author: Deane H. Shapiro
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9780202251325
Size: 62.32 MB
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Meditation from the Author: Deane H. Shapiro. Despite the increase in meditation studies, the quality remains variable; many of them are trivial, and most remain unreplicated. Research on meditation has been plagued by insubstantial theorizing, global claims, and the substitution of belief systems for grounded hypotheses. Meditation punctures some of the myths about meditation, while retaining a place of value for mediation as a normal human function. In each chapter includes discussion of the major questions addressed, followed by a detailed critique of important theoretical, clinical, and research issues. In several instances the reader may find that questions seem to beget questions: research bearing upon certain issues may be contradictory, or not yet of sufficient thoroughness. In these cases, the author suggests the specific future research necessary to resolve the questions posed, so that claims about meditation are justified, and which are not. The profession of psychology itself is, and has been, in a polarized debate between the "practitioners" and the "experimentalists." The latter accuse the former of being "soft, non-empirical, non-scientific," while practitioners accuse the experimentalists of conducting research which is essentially irrelevant to human concerns. This approach provides a bridge between research and clinical practice. Meditation provides an encompassing survey of the topic--nearly forty tables and figures; sample questionnaires, evaluations and programs and a detailed overview of a controversial field. Shapiro separates self-regulation with self-delusion, to outline questions and possible answers.


Author: David B. Dillard-Wright
Publisher: David & Charles
ISBN: 1446301397
Size: 78.31 MB
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Meditation from the Author: David B. Dillard-Wright. These are handy, accessible books that provide literally all the information you need to know to gain a new hobby or understand a difficult topic. This easy-to-use guide will teach you everything you need to know about the ancient tradition of meditation. It features everything from posture and breathing techniques, creative visualisation and imagery, medical benefits and the various cultural and religious approaches to meditation. It is proven to help stress and anxiety, infertility, chronic pain, high blood pressure, heart disease and even cancer! All these benefits and all you need is a quiet spot and a few minutes a day! What are you waiting for?

How To Meditate

Author: John Novak
Publisher: Crystal Clarity Publishers
ISBN: 9781565897168
Size: 39.15 MB
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How To Meditate from the Author: John Novak. Concise handbook explains the science of meditation, from Patanjali's philosophy and Yogananda's methods, to step-by-step practice routines and yogic breathing tips.


Author: Jan Purser
Publisher: Lansdowne Pub Pty, Limited
ISBN: 9781863026789
Size: 33.44 MB
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Meditation from the Author: Jan Purser. The practice of meditation can take you into a state where your body is completely relaxed and your mind is alert, yet still and peaceful. Meditation is a beautifully illustrated, practical and accessible guide to this rewarding experience. It describes how meditation can relieve stress and anxiety, encourage deep relaxation, build confidence, enhance creativity and release our true emotional and spiritual selves. Whether you just want to dabble with meditation or throw yourself into it wholeheartedly, this book has something for everyone. With plenty of simple exercises and helpful advice, Meditation will put you on the road to inner peace. Book jacket.

Spiritual Direction And Meditation

Author: Thomas Merton
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814604120
Size: 52.37 MB
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Spiritual Direction And Meditation from the Author: Thomas Merton. Examines the meaning and purpose of spiritual direction. Also provides insights into how to meditate.


Author: Swami Veda Bharati
Publisher: SCB Distributors
ISBN: 8183282199
Size: 15.67 MB
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Meditation from the Author: Swami Veda Bharati. Meditation is where art and science converge. It is a vision, an inspiration and an intuition. It arrives on the screen of a visionary mind from sources within that are beyond calculations. Once it has arisen from within, we can then look at it and analyse its scientific dimensions. This book on meditation, a holistic piece encompassing its history, initiation and actual practice also describes how it is a powerful unifying tool for world religion. Enriched with author's scholarly depth, it is a must-read for everyone interested in unravelling the mystery of life.


Author: Kamalashila
Publisher: Windhorse Publications
ISBN: 9781899579051
Size: 59.88 MB
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Meditation from the Author: Kamalashila. “a truly practical guide to read, enjoy and use.”—Yoga and Health Covers all you need to know to establish a meditation practice, with helpful advice and greater detail for those wishing to deepen their experience. A very valuable resource.