Although now beloved and revered by millions as the greatest composer who ever lived, Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) was best known in his lifetime as an organist, and was eclipsed in fame as a composer by two of his twenty children. For the last twenty-seven years of his life he was a schoolteacher and choir director whose duties extended to meal supervision and dormitory inspection. Yet throughout his career he composed a vast body of music which is amongst the most joyful, dancing and enrapturing ever written.
Learn how to harness your innate drive for quick mental escapes and use that urge to quiet your thoughts from within. Proving that meditation is both physically and emotionally healthful, Nichol and Birchard show you how to meditate whenever you have a solitary minute or more - on the walk from the parking lot to the office, while waiting in line, while on hold on the phone.