Learn to Meditate: Find Deep Relaxation, Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Enhance Creativity, David Fontana
David Fontana

Learn to Meditate: Find Deep Relaxation, Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Enhance Creativity

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In Learn to Meditate Professor David Fontana shows you how to meditate, and puts his 35 years of experience into a series of exercises, visualisations and affirmations that will bring meditation into any lifestyle.Written with a refreshing clarity and simplicity this accessible guide draws upon all of world's meditation traditions to present an eclectic and thoroughly practical programme for inner peace. Fully illustrated and brimming with innovative exercises, visualisations and affirmations, this is a book that helps attune us both physically and mentally whatever our mood or need.
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Dana Sundetbayeva
Dana Sundetbayevahas quoted3 years ago
The best approach is one of a relaxed “not knowing” and total openmindedness. So we can believe in the benefits of meditation, but should avoid having fixed ideas about how these will arise and what they will feel like. In this sense, meditation is a path without end.
Sameer Verma
Sameer Vermahas quoted5 years ago
In fact, meditation can actually be used to enable us to watch our thinking, like a detached observer, and to recognize the tricks that the untrained mind habitually plays to distract us from what we are doing by setting off an irrelevant train of thought, or by recalling memories, arousing emotions or diverting us into fantasies and daydreams. One of the first steps toward focusing attention is simply to sit quietly and still the body, and then to become aware of distracting thoughts.
Alexander Kozhevin
Alexander Kozhevinhas quoted5 years ago
The Russian mystic Georgei Guridieff frequently pointed out that much of human misery is caused by the fact that we live our lives mechanically, never properly attending to what it is to be alive.
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