Dr. Andrew Weil has called his colleague Dr. Rubin Naimana a true pioneer in integrative sleep and dream medicine. Dr. Naiman has given us a new understanding of human consciousness that weaves sleep, dreams, and waking into a unified whole.
On the Yoga of Sleep, he bridges modern science with the world's wisdom traditions to present the untapped potential of sleep and dreams - not only for health and wellness but also for higher awareness and spiritual realization. It feautures five guided practices based on Dr. Naiman's unique approach to sleep: Your Personal Bedtime Stories, A mindful Surrender to Sleep, The Sacred Art of Awakening, and more.
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I have an undergraduate degree in philosophy and a Master's Degree in Professional Writing from Maharishi University of Management, am author of THE RELUCTANT VEGETARIAN COOKBOOK, and am an avid reader/listener.
I loved that Naiman gave me a whole different understanding about sleep, especially the understanding it as a different state of consciousness. In the past, whenever I woke up at night, I immediately began thinking. But Naiman explains that thinking is part of the conscious world, so I have begun to treasure sleep not as merely lack of consciousness, but a rich world with it's own values.
This book is awesome, everithiyng was good, the information, the descriptions and the way is narrated.
From the introduction to the end, I enjoyed listen this book.
The narrator was grate, he really inmmers into the jorney of sleep
Defenitly, and I'll listen it again
not from this person, to be sure.
I was glad when it was over...
I plan on asking for my credit back, it was just that bad, IMHO...
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