[Epub] ❧ Seven Masters, One Path: Meditation Secrets from the World's Greatest Teachers By John Selby – Ebats.us

Seven Masters, One Path: Meditation Secrets from the World's Greatest TeachersSeven Masters, One Path Brings Together The Seven Primary Practices Of The World S Most Revered Spiritual Masters Krishnamurti, Lao Tzu, Buddha, Jesus, Mohammed, Gurdjieff, And Patanjali In One Simple Yet Complete Program Finally Everyone Who Wants To Learn How To Meditate, Or To Deepen Their Meditation Practice, Can Turn To One Comprehensive Guidebook That Leads Readers Gently Yet Surely Into Experiencing The Seven Universal Dimensions Of Daily Meditation Practice.Seven Masters, One Path Guarantees Access To Deep Meditative Experience For People Seeking Relief From Emotional And Mental Stress, And Especially For Anyone Who Longs To Experience A Deeper Sense Of Connection With Our Spiritual Core No Matter How Divergent All The Theologies, Philosophies, Rituals, And Dogmas Of The World S Great Meditative Traditions Might Appear, John Selby Reveals That The Underlying Intent Of The Original Masters Was Remarkably Similar To Help People To Point Their Attention Toward Regular Contact With The Divine, Through Opening Hearts And Souls To Direct Communion With God By Whatever Name.Offering One Meditation Each From The Seven Teachers, Seven Masters, One Path Emphasizes The Commonalities In The Diverse Traditions, Ultimately Providing A Unique And Accessible Meditation Program That Anyone Can Master.

[Epub] ❧ Seven Masters, One Path: Meditation Secrets from the World's Greatest Teachers By John Selby – Ebats.us
  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Seven Masters, One Path: Meditation Secrets from the World's Greatest Teachers
  • John Selby
  • English
  • 12 September 2018
  • 9780060522513

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ❧ Seven Masters, One Path: Meditation Secrets from the World's Greatest Teachers By John Selby – Ebats.us

  1. says:

    Very good I am going to use this approach to meditation from now on.I am breathing freely.My mind is quiet.I accept the world just as it is.I love myself just as I am.My heart is open to receive.I know who I am.I am here now in bliss From A Reader s Journal, by d r melbie.

  2. says:

    Quotes from Osho from Book of Secretsall the technique of meditation are to reveal the knower dont forget yourself and get lost in the object remember the subject and then a miracle will happen as you become aware of both the known and the knowner, suddenly you be aware of both known and knower a witnessing self comes into being the knower is your mind and the known is the world, and you become a third point, a consciousness, a witnessing self.I close my eyes and see clearly, I stop listening and hear truth, I am silent and heart sings, I seek no contact and find union, I am still and move forward, I am gentle and need no strength, I am humble and remain wholeMeditation steps Breath watch experience breath sensation in nose, experience movement in chest and bellyI am berating freely Quiet mind Observe breathing and heartbeat together, also expand to hear soundsMy mind is qui...

  3. says:

    My yoga teacher recommended this book at a particular unsettled time in my life I was a little sceptical at first, but the seven paths and using my breath to quite my mind has helped me immeasurably I am so much at ease with my life and all its twists and turns

  4. says:

    Not what I expected I didn t finish the book, but what I did read went over basic mediation practices.

  5. says:

    This book expanded my understanding of meditation It appealed to me in a way that other books about meditation have not The author s ability to integrate the teachings of spiritual masters from a variety of traditions into a cohesive meditation pract...

  6. says:

    I did what he suggests stopped every time he says pause and experience It was a beautiful way to practice numerous styles of meditation and mindfulness without judgement It had a marvelous impact on my daily serenity.

  7. says:

    It was given to me as a gift I like parts, but ultimately found other resources I connected with better.If you re exploring different religions, philosophies or traditions, this has a lot of great insights and starting places for understanding the spiritual interconnection all have.

  8. says:

    Although technically I have read it, this is a permanent bedside book The chapters are meant to build on each other to create an ever deepening meditation practice, but I enjoy reading through the book willy nilly for daily reminders on how to be present.

  9. says:

    I LOVED this book Applicable whatever culture you identify yourself with, it brings together the teachings of krishnamurti, Mohammed, Gurdjieff, Lao Tsu, Jesus, Patanjali and Budha An easily readable book it s not to heavy It s inspiring.

  10. says:

    I liked this treatment of the seven masters Selby chooses to describe in his meditation process He describes their messages with quite clear and simple English A good start.

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