Get Centered: Meditations and Divinations to Calm Your Soul

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 224 pages
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Zen and Christian meditations, meditations from T’ai Chi and Kabbalah, and those for healing and deepening an understanding of self: these hundreds of divinations create a path to calmness and well-being. Seekers will find an abundance of choices drawn from different spiritual traditions, including guided meditations, meditating on sacred symbols, meditating to music, chanting, walking and nature meditations, writing meditations, and Tantric meditations. An entire section provides an introduction to runes, powerful symbols linked to Norse mythology, with explanations for each one and guidance on how to use them to expand your consciousness. In addition to a short description for every technique, there are simple how-to instructions and advice for creating a sacred space, breathing properly, and choosing an appropriate posture.


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Meditations from Various Disciplines
Buddhist Meditatior
Christian Mediations
Healing Meditations
Nature Meditations
Everyday Meditations
Meditations for Deepening the Self
Meditation with Runes

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About the author (2006)

Nathaniel Altman traveled to Germany and Cuba and interviewed scientists from Russia, France, Italy, and the United States to obtain documented scientific evidence and clinical findings on the role of oxygen therapies as detoxifying agents and immunoregulators. He has authored more than 15 books, including "The Honey Prescription", "A Russian Herbal", "What You Can Do About Asthma", "Healing Springs", and "The Twelve Stages of Healing". He lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Sirona Knight is the co-author of The Shapeshifter Tarot (with D.J. Conway), one of Llewellyn's all time bestselling decks. She writes regulary for Magical Blend, New Age Retailer, and Aquarius, and has written 11 books on Celtic Shamanism, Magic, Witchcraft and the Goddess.

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