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Self-Meditation: 3,299 Tips, Quotes, Reminders, and Wake-Up Calls for Peace and Serenity
Kipfer, Barbara Ann
Workman / Softcover / 2006-08-01 / 0761139281
Spirituality and Inspiration
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432 pages
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Updated and Expanded in 2015 with new entries to achieve mindfulness, peace, and serenity

Don’t self-medicate—self-meditate. In a book of thousands of entries, written in the abundant, winningly positive way that’s helped her books sell over 1.5 million copies, Barbara Ann Kipfer shows just how we can—and should—meditate anytime, anywhere, and reap the ever-growing list of mental and physical benefits associated with this practice.

Created by the author who brought us 14,000 Things to Be Happy About, Instant Karma, 8,789 Words of Wisdom, and The Wish List, Self-Meditation is a compulsively readable, instantly accessible list of hundreds of meditation suggestions that can be done during the course of our daily lives. You don’t need to go to a mountain retreat, renounce meat, or struggle in any way.

Here is where you’ll find a meditation to have with a cup of tea. A waiting-in-line meditation. Meditations while reading, eating, doing sit-ups, working, shopping, or finding yourself stuck in traffic. There are breaths to take and praises to give, and throughout, ways to slow down and finally smell the roses—or hear the crickets—or see the stars. Drawn from spiritual practices as varied as Zen, yoga, and insight meditation, it’s a delicious spiritual tonic that includes meditation basics, explanations, mantras, tips, and more. A completely portable guide, updated to provide inspiration for all the ways we meditate today. Now, at any moment of the day or night, we can all catch our inner breath.

About the Author:

Barbara Ann Kipfer holds a PhD and MPhil in Linguistics (University of Exeter), a PhD in Archaeology (Greenwich University), an MA (Greenwich University) and PhD in Buddhist Studies (Akamai University), and a BS in physical education (Valparaiso University). Dr. Kipfer is the Chief Lexicographer of Temnos. She has worked for such companies as Answers.com, Ask Jeeves, Bellcore/Telcordia, Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com, Federated Media Publishing, General Electric Research, Google, IBM Research, idealab, and WolframAlpha.

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