The meditation sourcebook: meditation for mortals

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Lowell House, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 300 pages
Meditation is often mistaken for religion, discipline, or new age concept, though it is none of these; it is simply a healthy function of the brain. Everyone can meditate -- but producing the meditative state on demand takes practice. The Meditation Sourcebook can help both the beginner and the experienced practitioner, providing how-to techniques, examining the benefits of meditation, and offering complete, up-to-date resources.

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Chapter Two What We Say Isnt What We Mean
Chapter Three The Styles of Meditation
Chapter Five Stumbling Blocks Along the Way

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Sumner frequently lectures, conducts workshops, and consults nationwide on both meditation and hypnosis.

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