Why Read This Book?
Anyone can practice meditation, anywhere and anytime, irrespective of their religion, caste, creed, color, gender, or ethnicity. The idea of practicing meditation is to cultivate awareness of everything that happens within.
It’s deep dive into the inner world. It offers mechanisms to explore the subtle world of thoughts, feelings, emotions, and other traits that impact our daily living.
I have approached this subject in a non-dogmatic fashion, using a secular approach to practicing meditation. There’s no emphasis on any particular culture, scripture, or religious aspect.
Our objective is not to become a monk and run off to the caves but to effectively integrate the outer and the inner world to manifest peace and harmony in daily living. It is about self-awareness that transcends the boundaries of the known.
I’ve seen people wasting years and decades torturing themselves engaging in practices and techniques that did not help, simply because they refused to acknowledge some basic principles.
Do you feel that you’re not cut out for meditation? Your mind is too restless and scared of silence? Or that you feel anxious closing your eyes? This book is for you.
Things That You Are Going to Learn In This Book
- An in-depth understanding of the meditation process and why do you need to meditate?
- What are the physical and mental health benefits of practicing meditation?
- How meditation increases focus and concentration?
- How does meditation help in calming stress and anxiety?
- How meditation affects the subconscious mind?
- How to develop a strong daily meditation routine?
- Breathing Exercises (for Stress Relief)
- Understand which technique is best for you.
- Understand the science behind meditation along with references to various studies and researches that prove its effectiveness.
- How meditation helps in dealing with addictions?
- How to practice simple breathing meditation, and the best posture for practicing it?
- Introduction to Different types of meditation practices: Love-kindness, Vipassana, Body-Scan Meditation, Zen Meditation, Transcendental Meditation, and Kundalini Yoga.
- Frequently Asked Questions.
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