The Quiet

Front Cover
Pan Macmillan Australia, Nov 10, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 254 pages
2 Reviews

Imagine there is a place where you can't be touched by the noise and tensions of the modern world. Where, no matter what's going on around you, you can find time and space and room to breathe.

This place exists. It's called the Quiet.

Some people spend a lifetime of meditation practice and spiritual studies trying to find it. You can be on your way there in as little as 13 minutes.

The Quiet practices are centred around four simple steps (three physical, one mental) that transform your mental state and the way you feel. They're more streamlined than traditional meditation methods, but every bit as deep. In fact, the major difference is their simplicity, and the way they dovetail into a busy, dynamic life.
There's never been a more pressing need for the peace of mind, clarity of thought, emotional stability and physical wellbeing that flow from these practices.

There's never been a more pressing need for The Quiet.

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - LaurieGienapp - LibraryThing

perhaps a 1 is unfair.. I liked the concept, liked the story, but found the writing to be terribly inadequate... to the point that it spoiled my enjoyment of the story. Read full review

Finding the Quiet

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

In his latest book (after The Calm Technique and Instant Calm), Wilson presents an approach to meditation that combines the traditional teachings of Buddhism, Yoga, and Christianity. In Part 1, Wilson ... Read full review

Other editions - View all

About the author (2007)

In Europe, Paul Wilson is known as "the guru of calm". But in all the years he has been a meditation teacher, he's also been leading a full-on mainstream life. Among other things, he's a businessman, lecturer, director of a medical research foundation, and author. His books have sold over 8 million copies, and have been translated into 24 languages. He now lives in Sydney.

Bibliographic information