Live Better Meditation: Exercises and Inspirations for Well-Being

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Sterling Pub., Feb 1, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 128 pages
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Stillness, peace, and calm: it’s necessary to bring these qualities into our hectic lives, and this mix of Indian, Tibetan, and Japanese meditation traditions will do just that. Beginning with key pointers on how to get the most out of meditation, this simple guide offers 13 easily-learned meditations, from healing visualizations to breathing techniques. Use them any time of the day to provide “grounding,” and select one of the variety of mandalas, mantras, yantras, and koans offered. Quotations from Zen masters, yogis, and key figures in both Eastern and Western holistic traditions supply additional motivation. Beautiful color photographs throughout enhance the feeling of tranquility.

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Bill Anderton, B.Sc., has developed his interest in the field of transpersonal psychology, and its application to personal growth and human potential. This led him to work with many individuals, exploring the inner worlds through dream, active imagination and the symbols of alchemy and astrology. He has presented lectures and workshops on these subjects. Now the commissioning editor for Quantum books, he lives with his family in Gloucestershire.

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