Welcome to The Ultimate Guide to Meditation, a comprehensive guide packed with useful and effective meditation techniques for both beginners and advanced meditators. If you are a busy person or wish to lose weight, this book is for you! Here is a breakdown of what you will receive. A complete beginner's guide, presenting all the benefits you should expect to see with step-by-step techniques and instructions making it painstakingly easy for you to start today!
The Ultimate Guide to Meditation contains a full section dedicated to those who are new to meditation. Not only that, you will also be able to dive into the beginner techniques which you can start from today! Everything in the beginner section is laid out in a simple, easy-to-hear manner so that you can understand the concepts easily and thoroughly. And not to forget, we lay out all the benefits which you should expect to receive from implementing meditation in your life.
A comprehensive, advanced guide packed with progressive techniques to help you build off of basic methods and achieve triple the results! This book isn't just for beginners, it's the ultimate guide, and an ultimate guide would be incomplete with just the basics! The Ultimate Guide to Meditation builds off the beginner techniques and presents you with more diverse and comprehensive methods designed for advanced meditators. It contains more challenging positions and practices which will result in better results to help you stay in touch with your mind, body and soul. A thorough blueprint for individuals who are busy or have extensive responsibilities! We have you covered! We have a section dedicated to individuals who have unavoidable responsibilities which give them limited time to meditate.
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Some good, some odd
While I liked some of the concepts in the book, several of them struck me as odd, weird, and/or time consuming. It was an easy listen and I enjoyed the narrator, but I didn't always understand what the author was trying to convey. It would make sense for a while then Ms.Higgins would bring in something from out in left field, at least in my mind. I'll listen a few more times before deciding if I'll try it, or if I'll grab another book from this author.