Meditation: An Introductory Guide to Relaxation for Mind and Body

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Element, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 128 pages
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Meditation offers a way to overcome life's pressures and expereine inner peace no matter what the circumstances. It has transformed the lives of millions suffering from anxiety, body tension, fatigue, insomnia, irritability, stress-related ailments, depression and low self-esteem. This text reveals how meditation offers a pathway to self-discovery and spiritual development, as well as being a powerful way to enhance enjoyment of yourself and your life.

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This work refers to meditation as traveling. The author addresses such basics as beginning, finding the time and positions to use. For the major part of the book, he explores using the breath as the ... Read full review

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Beginning the Journey
Finding the Time 20
Meditation Positions 32
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