Hurry Up and Meditate
Your starter kit for inner peace and better health
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For anyone who wants to start meditating but has been struggling to get to the cushion, here are all the motivation and tools you need to achieve greater balance, better health and a more panoramic perspective of life.
If meditation was available in capsule form, it would be the biggest selling drug of all time. It has been scientifically proven to deliver highly effective stress relief, boost our immune systems and dramatically slow the ageing process. It has also been shown to make us much happier and more effective thinkers. Given all the physical and psychological benefits, why aren't more of us doing it?
In this bestselling book, David Michie explains the nuts and bolts of meditation. As a busy professional, as well as long-term meditator, he also gives a first-hand account of how to integrate this transformational practice into everyday life. Combining leading edge science with timeless wisdom, Hurry Up and Meditate provides all the motivation and tools you need to achieve greater balance, better health and a more panoramic perspective of life.
'This is one of the most accessible and relevant books available on meditation. Hurry up and read it!'- Ian Gawler OAM, author of Peace of Mind and Meditation: An in-depth guide
David Michie is a corporate communications consultant, long term meditator and author of the bestselling Buddhism for Busy People?
Mind Body Spirit
Table Of Contents:
2. The Physical Benefits of Meditation
3. The Psychological Benefits of Meditation
4. How to Meditate
5. Different Types of Meditation
6. Seven ways to Turbo-charge your Meditation
7. Measuring Progress
8. Using Meditation to Heal
10. The Bigger Picture
Allen & Unwin
Allen & Unwin
Paperback - B format
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Mind, body, spirit: meditation & visualisation
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