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Most of us are well aware of the benefits of meditation, and new research is providing us with more and more evidence of what the world's spiritual traditions have known for years: meditation can positively impact every area of our lives.

So why do many of us struggle to make time for this powerful practice? Why do we so often wonder if we're doing it right? Or feel as if something more should be happening?

In The Meditation Summit: Volume II, Sounds True publisher and founder Tami Simon speaks with 10 leading meditation teachers about their personal understanding of this practice - each with a complete guided meditation. Practitioners of all levels will benefit from the abundance of insight and guidance provided by these diverse voices.

©2016 Sounds True (P)2016 Sounds True

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  • Joan P.
  • 31-01-17

Helpful bites and opportunity to try different meditations

I liked this introduction to many teachers. This is not a drive to work book. About half is meditating. The sound quality is not controlled like a studio. Sounds like FaceTime- except for Thich Nhat Hanh and Pema Chodron (retreat recording?). But this doesn't diminish the quality of the interviews and the information transmitted. I, personally, had a breakthrough moment with Thich's meditation. I hope the next one will have more Q & A. Love Tami's questions.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-10-18

Wish the audio quality was better

I was looking forward to this audio program considering that the content had a great collection of speakers that I wanted to enjoy listening to but unfortunately the audio quality detracted from that experience. Although the sound quality of the interviewer was clear and reminiscent of an NPR host, the actual speakers who were being asked questions and talking sounded poorly mic'd, distant, and tin can toned that was closer to sounding like Charlie Brown's teacher than a high quality Audible program.

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  • R
  • 12-03-22

Not bad. Kind of streatched it a little

I got both meditation summit books and I think they would've been better off trimming a couple of the meditations and just going with one book. Some good meditations. What these are really good for is possibly finding new meditations. I don't think I'll be buying too many books from the author who did any of the meditations in this one. Maybe one. I found a couple in the first book. The two meditation summits combined are okay to pretty good. The first book is definitely better.

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  • michael
  • 19-11-16

dud

I selected this book because I'm a fan of Joseph Goldstein. Tara was somewhat tolerable, Each successive speaker after that got progressively worse. Thich Nhat Hanh was terrible. I had to stop. Returning the book.

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