Closing your eyes and humming to yourself will do you no good. If you want to learn how to meditate without spending hundreds of dollars on meditation lessons and workshops, all you have to do is open and your eyes and read Meditation: The Guide to Self-Enlightenment.
Unlike other meditation manuals, Meditation: The Guide to Self-Enlightenment doesn’t give you a shortcut and watered-down version of meditation. To better prepare your mind and heart for your meditation goals, the book starts with a comprehensive explanation of the various stages of the human mind and how meditation fits in with all those.
It then proceeds by listing the various benefits of meditation to provide readers not only inspiration to work harder for those goals but also to prevent them from having unreasonable expectations and consequently, experiencing frustration over meditation.
“Location, location, location” is a phrase most commonly associated with real estate but unknown to meditation novices, location is also a significant factor in meditating. Meditation: The Guide to Self-Enlightenment will extensively explain how the right choice of location can help you enjoy the benefits of meditation more quickly and easily.
Another distinguishing fact for Meditation: The Guide to Self-Enlightenment is its applicability for all types of meditations. It starts by introducing readers to the different kinds of meditation and then helping them determine which type is more suitable to their goals and finally, providing simple and easy tips on how to meditate successfully.
The role of sleep in meditation is often either exaggerated or vastly underestimated in other meditation manuals. Meditation: The Guide to Self-Enlightenment, however, gives you the real deal by discussing concisely not only its relation to meditation but how to improve your sleeping hours in order to gain similar benefits for meditation.
Many are aware that attitude has a distinct effect on meditation, but only a few understand just how it can affect meditation. This book, however, clearly defines the irrevocable link between a person’s attitude, or more specifically his character, and the probable success rate for achieving his meditation goals.
If you’re looking for a book that completely disregards the science of meditation and focuses primarily on its mystical side, this book is definitely not for you. Meditation: The Guide to Self-Enlightenment indeed promises to take its readers to the enlightened path but not at the expense of the truth. It describes meditation the way it really is with zero embellishment. You either take it or leave it, but if you want to meditate successfully and properly, you better take it as it is.
Meditation: The Guide to Self-Enlightenment is ideal for both self-learners and those who are already taking meditation lessons or workshops but wishing to further their knowledge on meditation.