The Everyday Meditator
The East has always enjoyed a monopoly on Meditational techniques. But not any more. With the publication of this book the East comes to the West in a lucidly adapted form, fully color illustrated and filled with a soft-seriousness of meditation techniques adapted over thousands of years. Meditation is still a relative stranger to the West in its true essence. We still tend to "think" of it as some sort of contemplation. But true meditation is "not-thinking" and not thinking is an unfamiliar state to the Westerner. Instead of meditating one hour a day, with this book we can learn to be in a constant state of meditation and sample results which are quite beyond expectations.
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15 minutes active meditations Alan Watts alert allow anger arises beautiful become aware belly Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh Bodhidharma breath going bring Buddha bull chest close your eyes comes create dance deep Dhammapada disappear Dynamic meditation earth empty energy enjoy enters ergy everything exhale experience fast feel flower gazing Gibberish go to sleep Gurdjieff hands happen happy head heart hour humming inhalation inner inside juice fast Krishnamurti Kundalini Latihan laugh laughter let your body light listening look mantra medi method Mikhail Naimy mind monk moon morning move movement Muladhara Mystic Rose navel never night OSHO Rajneesh Foundation International Rebel Publishing House relax released repressed Sahasrara seven chakras simply sing sit silently sound star stop subtle music suddenly Sufis swaying tation technique things thinking tree tune Vipassana wait watch whatsoever whirling whole body yaa-hoo Zazen