With a contemporary approach to ancient practices, Susan teaches you how to incorporate principles of meditation and mindfulness into your everyday life. This isn't enlightenment on a mountaintop - it's a way of bringing intelligence and courage to the way you relate to yourself, your family, your friends, and your life. Becoming self-aware can lead to self-improvement, happiness, and joy.
©2007 Susan Piver; (P)2007 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC
"A skillful description of Buddhist meditation for the beginner." (Publishers Weekly)
"I have long recommended meditation as central to a healthy lifestyle. Susan Piver teaches this important practice in a trustworthy and practical way ¿ and shows us how to use its lessons to create a fearless life." (Andrew Weil, M.D.)
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I found this to be humorless and rather draining. I did appreciate some of her insights and think this would be a good book in times of crisis to ground oneself, much like Pema Chodron's "When Things Fall Apart." I enjoy Eckhart Tolle's audiobooks more, as he seems to be speaking from the heart and there is more joy and freedom in his message. If you like lists and rules, you might enjoy this more than I did!
"Not bad but not great"
Not bad, but not quite as great as Susan Piver's other audio books, which I've enjoyed immensely.
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