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reviewed Why Meditate?. February 21, 2011
Why Meditate?
   Fluently translated by Sherab Chödzin Kohn from the 2008 French original, this primer introduces meditation to the non-Buddhist. Grounded in Buddhist philosophy, however, and seasoned …
Unlearning Meditation: What to Do When the
If "nothing arises in isolation" for Buddhists, why not let thoughts, images, and moods filter and float into one's meditative mind? Rather than resisting stories as tied to the ego, a receptive process …
reviewed Kundalini Rising: Exploring the Energ.... July 15, 2010
Kundalini Rising: Exploring the Energy of
I had 3 fundamental questions that I had hoped to get answers to when I picked up this book. What is Kundalini? What will it do for me? How can I awaken it?    The book has more than …
Health Journeys: A Meditation to Promote
I got this CD a week before major surgery, and listened to it once a day (about 6 or 7 times in total). I fell asleep during the affirmations most of the time. When it came time for my surgery, I was …
reviewed Sippin' On Top of the World. March 08, 2010
Sippin' On Top of the World by David White
I received a very intriguing book sample a few months back, “Sipping On Top of the World: Toasting Good Times and Better Days,” courtesy of the author, David White and his organization, the …
reviewed Mindfulness Meditation for Pain Relie.... February 20, 2010
Mindfulness Meditation for Pain Relief: Guided
Kabat-Zinn is a veteran mindfulness teacher and author, and in this CD set he focuses on helping people use mindful awareness to face pain in a healing, transformational manner. Jon's voice is calm and …
Kundalini Rising: Exploring the Energy of
Although you may have heard about Kundalini in yogic texts or even other books on spirituality it still remains shrouded in mystery, not understood and often feared like any other powerful unknown phenomena. …
reviewed "Reviving the Lost Art of Naming the .... August 12, 2009
Carol Kaesuk Yoon In Tuesday’s New York Times Science section gives us a little meditation on taxonomy, or the naming and classifying of plants and animals.  It sounds dry and as stuffy as …
Posture of Meditation
For those of us who are interested in Meditation we have to face the difficult problem of Queting the Mind, which of course brings up the question who is Queting who or what. But we also face the problem …
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