The Silent Miracle: Awakening Your True Spiritual Nature by Stilling Your Mind

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Berkley Books, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 280 pages
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Introducing a new step-by-step approach to meditiation-a simple lesson in Eastern wisdom adapted to the busy lifestyles of the West. Most of us feel so overwhelmed that we don't take the time to relax our minds and free ourselves from the frenzy of everyday life. Now Ron Rathbun, author of the acclaimed book, The Way Is Within, brings the simple beauties of Eastern thought to a Western audience-and introduces the Quiescence Meditation Practice, a simple twenty-minute practice designed especially for our hectic world. By helping us to slow down and cultivate our thoughts, this simple meditation can shift our focus from the material world to the wealth that exists within. Day by day, we can learn to open our hearts-and allow silent miracles to happen.
--Introduces a user-friendly method of meditation
--Offers a practical Western approach to Eastern spirituality

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Ron Rathbun began his formal study of meditation in 1978 at a spiritual church in Encinitas, California. In 1990, he was ordained as a minister, and in 1992 went on sabbatical to study in seclusion and write The Way is Within. He and his wife Lavana are founders of the Quiescence Meditation Center in Carlsbad, California, where he continues to teach and lecture.

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