Openness Mind: Self-knowledge and Inner Peace Through Meditaion
This book clearly explains what meditation is and how to initiate and develop its practice. Learning through experience entails mindfulness in all we do. From the simple action of getting up in the morning to our dreams at night, everything can be included in this meditation. We can learn to open our senses to each nuance of experience, mindful of even the smallest details of our lives, such as how we walk and how we talk with others. In this way, we learn to open to the truth of our experience, the source of spiritual awareness.
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Learning through Experience
Let It Be
The Deepening Stream
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