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eBook Real Meditation in Minutes a Day: Enhancing Your Performance, Relationships, Spirituality, and Health ePub

eBook Real Meditation in Minutes a Day: Enhancing Your Performance, Relationships, Spirituality, and Health ePub

by Lobsang Rapgay,His Holiness the Dalai Lama,Joseph Arpaia

  • ISBN: 086171556X
  • Category: Alternative Medicine
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Lobsang Rapgay,His Holiness the Dalai Lama,Joseph Arpaia
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wisdom Publications (May 28, 2008)
  • Pages: 244
  • ePub book: 1660 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1811 kb
  • Other: azw doc lrf mobi
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 648

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in Minutes a Day: Enhancing Your Performance, Relationships, Spirituality, and Health.

by Joseph Arpaia, Lobsang Rapgay, and Dalai Lama. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

has been added to your Cart. Tenzin Gyatso, the Fourteenth Dalai Lama, is the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people. He frequently describes himself as a simple Buddhist monk.

Enhancing Your Performance, Relationships, Spirituality, and Health

Enhancing Your Performance, Relationships, Spirituality, and Health. By Joseph Arpaia and Lobsang Rapgay. Foreword by Dalai Lama.

Like flossing-only, for your mind About the Author: Joseph Arpaia, .

Like flossing-only, for your mind. About the Author: Joseph Arpaia, .

Joseph Arpaia Lobsang Rapgay.

in Minutes a Day : Enhancing Your Performance, Relationships, Spirituality, and Health.

by Joseph Arpaia and Lobsang Rapgay. First, though, you need the motivation to make it happen.

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Lobsang Rapgay, Joseph Arpaia. First, though, you need the motivation to make it happen

Enhancing Your Performance, Relationships, Spirituality, and Health .

Enhancing Your Performance, Relationships, Spirituality, and Health. by Joseph Arpaia, Lobsang Rapgay.

Got a few minutes? You can: Reduce your stress, even when under pressure Sleep better Get re-energized Think more clearly, and more creatively Reconnect with the people who count on you Learn to recognize and encourage the best in yourself You know that meditation would probably be good for you, just like you know that you should floss your teeth. First, though, you need the motivation to make it happen. This book, with its jargon--free tone and incredibly simple exercises-little but effective things you can do in just a minute at work, in the car, wherever-will make you want to meditate. You'll realize: it's just a good thing to do. Like flossing--only for your mind. Real Meditation in Minutes a Day is an easygoing, always-encouraging mental workout buddy, ready to teach and train you. Throughout the book, composite everypersons ""Maria"" and ""Brian"" recount their efforts, reinforcing the basics, answering FAQs, and removing common obstacles and quandaries. With its clear language and exercises that even the busiest of us can find time for, Real Meditation in Minutes a Day can help anyone to make meditation's very real benefits part of everyday life.

Comments

Tuliancel Tuliancel
This is an instructional book for beginning meditators and others who may want to look at meditation from a different point of view. This book has been designed to be entirely non-sectarian. It is a book you can give your cousin, mother, rabbi, friend anyone who wants to start meditating for whatever reason. The book opens asking the reader to write down what their intentions for their meditation practice are. They then give the examples via two fictional composite characters, Maria and Joseph. The book goes step by step. Each step is well described and most importantly the reader is told what the purpose of each exercise is, e.g. attention etc. Then Maria and Joseph provide examples.It describes the goals of each step, what to look for and how to deal with obstacles. It's techniques span the gauntlet of meditation practices from mindfulness to autogenic relaxation to visualizations. While the techniques originate in the Tibetan tradition, as the book stands, only one familiar with Tibetan Buddhism would realize it.These are techniques that enhance attention, alertness and concentration and diminish anxiety and fatigue. That is something that all of us could use.
For American society today (ADD society) I feel it is best to learn attention first before doing unfocused meditation, we are unfocused and spaced out enough all ready, In fact, so much so that as a society we are losing our grounding.If you were studying with a teacher he or she would give you these practices one by one. Fortunately we are told what to look for so we know when to move on.
This book should be very helpful to those who are seeking to cope and excell in this troubling age.
Mikale Mikale
This book describes a Tibetan Buddhist meditation. Unlike Zen Meditation, Chinese Meditation and most forms of Buddhist Meditation, which are non-intentional in nature, Tibetan Buddhist meditation is expressly "intentional" in nature and uses suggestions such as, "My face is soft and gentle". This book is divided into two parts. In the first part, the authors explain some general principles and teach 4 basic meditation practices that develop 5 core mental qualities. In the second part, you'll learn how to apply these basic techniques to improve your health, performance, relationship and spirituality. The inner activity of personal growth can only be observed by follolwing the inner experiences of someone at the meditation practice. To give you this perspective, the authors introduced you to Brian and Maria whose stories appear throughout this book. Brian and Maria are amalgams of the hundreds of people the authors have taught. The exposition of this book is clear, lucid and memorable. Read and digest this book and many aspects of your life will improve.
Jerinovir Jerinovir
I couldn't put this book down. I am a hypnotist and I love to meditate, but this gave me a whole new way that is goals oriented in which to do it. I love it! If you want to change your relationship, be more present, be more peaceful, lose weight and a whole lot more you'll be suprised at how much you can do just bypracticing what they teach you and in minutes a day. From a hypnotic standpoint, as a professional, I was VERY impressed on how the authors instruct the uses to use their minds for a change. AWESOME.
Malanim Malanim
I initially borrowed this book to read from my local library. It was so good that I decided I had to get my own copy. It gives you practical application in beginning a meditation practice. I am slowly going through it again to practice the exercises given in the book. This is as close to a step-by-step manual on how to begin a meditation practice as you can get. I really enjoyed this book.
Zulkigis Zulkigis
lied this book works on freeing the mind from past and future and deals with the present great practice to mediation
Phain Phain
Good book to have and to keep
Obong Obong
Great book. Really teaches you how to meditate and apply it to your daily life.
Hi all, I consider this book incredible, could be a intro, however is a great introduction, it help me to understand a lot of meditation, do it very simple and easy for every one.

If you want to start with meditation, Thibodaux will drive you from zero to the right way.