Atheist Meditation Atheist Spirituality is a guide and memoir that shows how spirituality and meditation can be practiced without faith in God(s), gurus, or the supernatural. Techniques such as mindfulness and vipassana meditation have been practiced for thousands of years; are corroborated by reason, psychology, and neuroscience; and help develop a sense of compassion, charity, and the pursuit of meaning and knowledge. These secular practices are consistent with the best science available and are perfect for atheists, skeptics, humanists, freethinkers, as well as all others who wish to practice spirituality without religion or reference to supernatural forces.
©2015 Mark W. Gura (P)2015 Mark W. Gura
"Finally, a book about meditation and meaning in life that is based on reason, not religious or supernatural explanations.... Provocative and truly inspirational! One of the best books I've ever read." (Rachel Patel, author of The Greatest Gift: From God, to You)
"We think we perceive reality, but we live in our minds, in self-created realities, hypnotized by our conditioning and habitual ways of thinking. I am sure seekers will find much...in this book." (Jack Elias, author of Finding True Magic: Transpersonal Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy/NLP)
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