Meditation: A Simple Eight-point Program for Translating Spiritual Ideals Into Daily Life

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Nilgiri Press, 1991 - Philosophy - 251 pages
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Meditation outlines a unique approach to tapping inner resources by training concentration on inspirational passages. Eknath Easwaran’s practical Eight Point Program offers specific, systematic tools to sharpen concentration, deal effectively with stress, release deep reserves of energy, and transform anger and other destructive emotions. This book offers tested techniques for strengthening our ability to meditate. It is a complete guide to a program of meditation that fits naturally into your life, even complementing an active religious practice.
 

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If you have been considering starting meditation but haven't been able to, this book should do it. Light but effective reading.

Contents

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7
II
29
III
57
IV
87
V
116
VI
141
VII
164
VIII
189
IX
200
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