New Book Reveals How To Meditate Plus Delivers Expert Tips For Learning Quickly And Effectively
United States, New Mexico, Albuquerque, March 1, 2012 -- Experienced yoga and meditation instructor has released a new book, How To Meditate Like Buddha: A Beginnerís Meditation Guide, delivering a much needed, simplified guide for beginners wanting to learn how to meditate. †After years of fielding questions about how to start a meditation practice and which techniques are effective for beginners, the author, Julie Schoen, decided to compile her knowledge in a simple guide, giving beginning meditation practitioners the advice and knowledge necessary for transforming their lives through the power of the ancient art of meditation.
As Buddha once said, ďDo not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present momentĒ. †This quote not only reveals the key to mastering meditation, but also the recipe for a happy and peaceful life. †Today, peopleís minds are being constantly bombarded with information, signals, and disturbances, distracting them from the present reality.† Having lived in this chaos for so long, people are accustomed to living with their minds in a disturbed state, and they are paying the price.† Peopleís minds and bodies are crying out for help and instead of dealing with the source, they are turning to medication, addictions, and other detrimental coping mechanisms.† What they need instead is as simple as learning to practice and enjoy meditation.
Meditation is accessible to anyone, anywhere, regardless of spiritual and doctrinal beliefs.† But what is meditation really, besides sitting still with eyes shut?† What is the purpose?† Where does one begin?† The guide, How To Meditate Like Buddha, not only answers these questions, but provides the reader with the confidence and capability to start meditating today and transforming their lives for the future.
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- Julie Schoen
- Executive Editor - Writer
- Littlel Pearl Publishing
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