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Great mystical traditions teach that our true nature is passionate, vibrant, and filled with abundant energy. Unfortunately, day-to-day stresses and challenges can create physical and emotional blocks which build up over time draining our natural passion, purpose, and vitality.

In this original audiobook, Sudhir Jonathan Foust will help you release physical and emotional restrictions in order to experience the profound relationship of body, mind, and spirit. These simple and timeless meditations will help you explore what it means to be fully alive.

As with all InnerLife audio programs, High Energy Living offers you guided one-on-one sessions with leading experts in the field of personal growth. You will gain more valuable insight every time you listen.

© and (P)2004 Agog Creative Group, LLC. Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster, Inc.

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Very Relaxing

I didn't realize that there would be meditations at the end of this audiobook. I am glad I took the time to stop and participate. I haven't felt this relaxed and free in a long time. I enjoyed both the spoken text and the meditations, and will listen to this one over and over again.

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Oh for a version without the music

I find myself unable to receive the import of the spoken words in the way that I could in Body Centered Inquiry. The music either heightens my anxiety or causes me to fall asleep. The verbal content is fabulous as usual. Too bad someone perverted it with this uninspiring music. I loved Jonathan's flute playing tastefully interspersed in the other recording.