Pure Meditation

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Archieboy Holdings, LLC., Feb 1, 2013 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 58 pages
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This is a 21 day step by step version of "The Little Meditation Guide," which Chris Burns is also the author of.
It is an amazing little step by step guide to finding inner peace, joy, clarity, and creativity through meditation. It's simple, easy to read, provides great insights to meditation, and will have you experiencing the many benefits in no time.
Each day you receive inspiring quotes, as well as insights and 2 meditation techniques to try. By the end of the 21 days, you will have a great understanding of meditation, you will have found a meditation technique which is suited and works best for you, and you will begin experiencing the immense benefits of meditation, including: Inner peace, clarity, joy, peace of mind and creativity.
You will also receive a special invitation to WorldofPeace.com where you can share your experiences from meditation, and interact with thousands of other like-minded people.

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About the author (2013)

Chris Burns is the founder of www.worldofpeace.com and has immense knowledge and interest in the world of meditation, inner peace, evolution, human potential and creativity. He has written eBooks on these topics as well as developed Apps which are helping people find inner peace, access creativity and unleash their imaginations. WorldofPeace.com is assisting in the natural evolution of a peaceful world, by providing people with resources to share their own unique insights, thoughts, ideas and creativity in relation to how we can together, create peace within ourselves, which will result in the creation of a world of peace. He has big plans to expand World of Peace as well as write and develop many more eBooks, Apps and resources. When asked what his outlook of the future is he said. "I am so excited to see what the future will bring. I think there is a large-scale awakening emerging and people are beginning to understand the potential that is within them. We need to create change in the way humanity treats the environment as well as each other, and I think we aren't too far away from the realisation of a peaceful world. Sure there will be some set backs but as long as we learn from them, evolution and the universe has a way of sorting the rest out.

David Meischen has been writing poetry and teaching the writing of poetry for thirty years. He has had poems in The Southern Review, Southern Poetry Review, Borderlands, Cider Press Review, and other journals, as well as Two Southwests (Virtual Artists Collective, 2008), which features poets from the Southwest of China and the United States. Meischen has participated in four collaborative poetry and art shows, most recently Ekphrasis: Sacred Stories of the Southwest (Phoenix, AZ, Obliq Art, 2014). Also a fiction writer, Meischen has recent stories in The Gettysburg Review, Bellingham Review, and elsewhere. He won the 2012 Talking Writing Prize for Short Fiction. Co-founder of Dos Gatos Press and co-editor of WINGBEATS I and II, Meischen lives in Austin, TX, with his husband also his co-publisher and co- editor Scott Wiggerman.

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