"We've been taught that awakening is difficult," explains Adyashanti, "that to wake up from the illusion of separation takes years. But all it really takes is a willingness to look into the depths of your experience here and now." True Meditation gives you the opportunity to reclaim the original purpose of meditation, as a gateway to "the objectless freedom of being".
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In reading other reader comments I almost didn't buy this, so now I am writing a review to aid those who might make the mistake of not getting this. Other sites reviewers rated this very highly, but another reviewer here said it was not as described and no mediation techiniques were offered. I disagree.
I think that reader may have been looking for a more guided form of meditation technique. This author teaches you to let go of trying to control your meditative practice and experience it on a more organic level. It is very effective if you are looking to examine deep meditation with an emphasis on spirtual awakening rather than guided meditation for relaxation or to achieve other goals. Very very nice, relaxing and easy to understand.
I really enjoyed this book. I struggle with meditation and now I know why..I am to caught up on what I think it should be like. This book takes a fresh look at how to do meditations.
He has a sense of humour.. while still getting to the point
Although I havnt I have recently purchased another of his books Spontaneous Awakening
And can't wait to get into it.
My reaction was...so thats what I have been doing wrong all this time!
I loved it, anyone struggling with meditation should purchase this book and try this approad to meditation!
Was very easy to understand....wow!
this book reminded me of Jack Kornfield materal(which i enjoyed so much)
everything! its hard to separate into the best parts, but to nerrow it down, i guess it was Guided meditations...
his peaceful voice help me to discover hope for change!! this book reached me on very deep amazing level:)!
I've not heard of Adyashanti but found he has a refreshing take on meditation practice, from slightly outside of standard religious approaches to meditation practice.
I think this is well worth the cost at least for the first part. I got a bit lost in the second but don't care, I'll just rewind and listen to the first part again. It needs to be listened to a few times to get the full effect of what he is saying.
If you have been studying Buddhism or meditation for some time then this is well worth a purchase.
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