Did you ever want to try meditation but didn’t know what type of meditation to use? Or maybe you didn’t know there were different types of meditations? Well, there are and Mastering Meditation explains them and offers examples of each type of meditation technique.
Do you want to relax? Or are you looking for help or guidance? Try some of the different meditations from the book, and see which of them works for you. Do you wonder what types of lives you might have lived previously, or what lives you might live in the future? Using the regression and progression meditation techniques included in the book can help you find out. The book also contains some examples of past and future life memories.
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About the Author
TA Sullivan was born in the back of a cab in Chicago, Illinois, and she has continued to be unconventional in all that she does.
For over thirty years, she has made her living as a technical and marketing writer and editor in such diverse industries as manufacturing, cellular technology, and computer software. She has become quite proficient in turning boring into something readable and entertaining.
Her first book, "Escorting the Dead: My Life as a Psychopomp," is an autobiographical look into the world of death escorts and near death experiences. It won praise from critics and readers alike.
Her next book, "On Dreams and Dream Symbols," strove to expand people's awareness of their dreams and what those dreams might be trying to tell them.
She is currently working on both a fantasy/visionary fiction series and a paranormal romance series. The first two books of the fantasy series, "The Starstone" and "The Globe of Souls," are available now in digital and paperback, as is "The Past Rekindled," the first book of the romance series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I’ve wished to be able to see auras for many a year, and am full of admiration that TA Sullivan can. It is a rare skill. Perhaps, when I have practiced her techniques for a few months, I might learn it too? Parts of this book are very well researched, with evidence presented for the claims made. Other parts are simply statements from the author, and we need to accept her word or stop reading. I kept reading, although I do prefer the Buddha’s way: check your personal experience. When you do this, do you find what I say to be true? “Mastering Meditation” covers a very wide range of situations for which meditation is beneficial. Basically, one script is adapted in many ways, and this works well. Since I was reading the book to review it, I didn’t pause and practice, but that’s what you need to do. Performing an exercise of this kind a few times is unlikely to result in any significant change. The proper thing is to read it through once, then spend literally months in making the technique automatic, to plug away at gaining past life recalls, or healing ill health, or moving mindfulness from meditation into everyday life. I’ve been doing regular meditation for over 30 years, and can tell you, the benefits are enormous. And despite my previous knowledge of many forms of meditation, I learned lots from reading this book.
This book was very helpful. I always thought meditating was akin to napping, but the techniques in this book really helped me understand the truth about how helpful meditating can be.