This is what a meditation audio should be. It's brief and includes four or five guided meditations of around ten minutes each, along with brief discussions by the author before and after each meditation.
Low on practical exercises, high on really boring talk, and a very annoying UK (I believe) accent make this painful to listen to. When something is titled, "Meditation in a NY Minute," you expect a series of one-minute meditations, not endless self-important babble about how the author was "chosen" to teach.
This is actually a recording of classes the author conducted at a retreat somewhere -- probably Topanga Canyon or somewhere else that is forever stuck in the 60s. Personally, I was writhing in pain just listening to it because a lot of it is back-and-forth chatter with members of the audience and why on earth would they include that? I would recommend this author's shorter and more-to-the-point "Meditation for Beginners," which is also available here on Audible. But stay far away from this one.
This a stellar production, great for audio. The performances are top notch all around. If you like Miller, you'll enjoy this tremendously (although it's not one of his best plays.)
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