Centering: A Guide to Inner Growth

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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, Nov 1, 1983 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 224 pages
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For the attainment of a successful life--including better health and relationships, relief from stress, career satisfaction, and financial security--Centering offers a unique system of meditation techniques to help you take charge of your destiny and realize your full potential. This simple but complete guide to psychic integration shows you how to increase your learning power and healing energy, discover new talents within yourself, develop an understanding of the language of dreams, and live at ease in a stressful world.

The book includes self tests that enable you to accurately assess your current progress and future direction for personal development.
 

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Contents

Brain Waves and Meditation
1
Attitudinal Profile 1
11
Detachment
21
Body Mind and Spirit
30
Emotions
41
Light vs Darkness
54
The Concept of Time
62
Dealing with Negativities
72
Psychic Energy
115
Retraining the Subconscious
130
Healing Energy
144
Personal Moral Codes
154
Structure of the Human Psyche
163
Working with Dreams
179
Attitudinal Profile 2
195
Bibliography
202

Breath Control and Posture in Meditation
84
Foreseeing the Future and Reading the Aura
93
Finding Your True Self
105

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About the author (1983)

Sanders G. Laurie and Melvin J. Tucker have practiced and taught their unique and highly effective meditation system for many years. Sanders Laurie also wrote and narrated the audiocassette Centering: Guided Meditations. Both authors live in New York State.

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