Meditation for Busy People: Sixty Seconds to Serenity

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New World Library, Jan 31, 2012 - Psychology - 160 pages
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?This concise, jargon-free guide introduces a simple method for fitting meditation into a complex and overbusy lifestyle. The Meditation for Busy People (MBP) method is practical, portable, and suitable for any time frame — from seconds to hours. It’s also flexible enough to perform while sitting, standing, or walking. In a supportive, friendly style, the author shows us how regular or even sporadic meditation can allow us to manage life’s everyday demands with greater ease. You’ll quickly learn how to: fit meditation into your already crowded schedule, practice simple meditation techniques at work, home — anywhere, conserve and replenish your energy, and reclaim your right to enjoy life instead of endure it.

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Dawn Groves is a minister, author, and educator. She is also a keynote motivational speaker well known for her dynamic teaching style, warm presence, and accessible wisdom. As the author of Meditation for Busy People and Yoga for Busy People (over 60,000 copies sold,) Dawn clearly addresses the challenges of people who are attempting to combine professional achievement, spiritual growth, and a balanced lifestyle. She teaches workshops and classes for the government, private industry, community colleges, and spiritual centers throughout the United States and Canada. She lives in Bellingham, Washington.

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