Saturday, 27 August 2011

'Heart of Wisdom, Mind of Calm' by Christina Feldman

Released date: 4th July 2011
Published by: Harper
ISBN No: 978 0 00 717524 6 

An introductory handbook and accompanying CD for anyone interested in meditation. Discover the different forms and benefits of this most universal of spiritual practices.

• The practice of meditation improves both mind and body, allowing you to let go of stress and anxiety. This ancient method of achieving calm and tranquility is now practised both by those on a spiritual path and by those who simply want to reap the many documented health benefits. • This in-depth guide is an invaluable source of guidance and inspiration, exploring and explaining a broad range of meditation practices, from breath meditation to the use of mantras. Also includes a free CD, on which Christina Feldman personally leads you through the five main types of meditation, from mindfulness to visualisation. Using examples from a variety of traditions, she will help you develop your own meditation practice and bring a sense of calm to your busy modern life. • For the beginner and the more experienced practitioner, Meditation for Beginners will deepen your meditative practice and enhance your life, helping you to develop inner peace, still your mind and focus on what you really want.


  1. I suck at meditation but I would love to read this book. It think it will help me. Thanks for accepting me as a friend in Goodreads :) I'm your newest follower.

  2. Hi Normalyn! A very warm welcome to 'The Secret Writer' blog and thank-you for joining as a follower of this site :-) I would agree with you that meditation is not easy. I used to think quite wrongly that it was just another 'buzz' money making topic, until I decided to give it a try just to see for myself, what it was actually all about. I think the secret is regular practice no matter what frame of mind you may be in at the time, but if you can master it over time, it actually can work! I am now sold on the benefits of meditation but as I have already said, it does take commitment and regular practice which is hard to find time for in this very busy world that we now live in!


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