Meditation Manual for Seekers Seekers of wisdom and enlightenment now have a manual like no other. The practices of meditation and Yoga are revealed from the most unapparent to the most apparent, from the subtlest sense of individuality, to the appearance of visible matter. The Meditation Manual for Seekers covers it all in 5 Parts. Part I encourages vigilance with the practices of Yoga and meditation. The Meditation Manual for Seekers will help you stay determined, patient, and confident. Part II discusses the 'lower self' and its parts. It requires 8 Critical Propositions to be understood so you can get the big picture at the outset. Pay close attention to the Propositions because they form the theory and practice of meditation. They introduce such concepts as the mind, I-sense, and their changing natures. The practical opportunity for enlightenment begins with them. Part III discusses the 'Higher Self' in terms of a changeless field of pure Consciousness and Transcendental Being. This ultimate human ability is contrasted with life in daily activity, and other phenomenal and transitory natures of life. Part IV presents the Meditation Practicum. Rarely, if ever, has there been a written step-by-step instruction that enables self-awareness. It is structured with techniques and a QaA in an easy-to-understand format. Topics covered include settling down, restful alertness, thinking, using the mantra, going deep, being still, and a host of What-If scenarios on how to intensify the results of your practice, including the daily use of Yogic postures, breathing exercises, restraints and observances, prayer and invocation, sleep and rest, nutrition and exercise, and the reduction of daily stress. Basic Theory -- Easy to understand generalities, definitions, and settings for meditating with a mantra. Meditation Practice -- First, the procedure is walked-through conceptually, and then using an instant-by-instant protocol, you can reach the deepest and stillest experience. The Mantra Miniaturization Technique employs Yogic technologies to reduce distracting influences that prevent you from recognizing your subtlest individuality. Typical Questions -- To insure against wasting valuable years in unproductive practice, What-If scenarios present and clarify procedures and experiences, such as meditating with physical pain, anxiety, or the influence of medicinal substances. Part V concludes the Meditation Manual for Seekers with several critical commentaries that examine the practice and practitioners of meditation, including custodians of spiritual wisdom, ascetic renunciation, and other approaches to help clarify their relationship to the practice of Yoga and meditation.The Meditation Manual for Seekers covers it all in 5 Parts. Part I encourages vigilance with the practices of Yoga and meditation. The Meditation Manual for Seekers will help you stay determined, patient, and confident.
|Title||:||Meditation Manual for Seekers|
|Publisher||:||Omseer - 2012-11-30|