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Thought I would share this with you. I recently came across a short book called Deep Meditation. In it is probably the most simple and most effective meditation I have ever used. I've been meditating for about 8 years now and have explored many different types of meditation.

This one allows me to to attain a very deep state of meditation and afterwards I can feel a state of calm and peace I've never felt before. Im starting to wonder now was I ever meditating correctly:)

The book is only 100 pages and very simple, clear and concise on how to do the meditation, benefits and offers like a troubleshooting guide on what you may experience and how to deal with it. The author is "Yogani", a man that wishes to remain anonymous. For anyone that's interested here is the kindle version I purchased here.

Deep Meditation by Yogani kindle version

Thank you.

asked 26 May '13, 11:40

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@Satori Thanks for sharing. I will read and try it.

(27 May '13, 06:26) releaser99

@Releaser99- Your welcome:) I'd be interested to know what you think of this. Thanks:)

(27 May '13, 12:32) Satori

here is a pdf sample of the first thirty or so pages for pc users

(27 May '13, 17:03) ursixx

@Satori - Thanks. :) You make it sound so good, like just what I need. I got my Kindle edition, thought I'd share the US link:

(27 May '13, 18:31) Grace

@Grace- Your welcome. Thanks for the link. I hope you like:)

(28 May '13, 11:19) Satori

@Satori I've tried Yogani's approach and it really helps to focus easier and in a more relaxed way. I had never used a mantra to meditate but now I realize that it's easier to focus on it instead of focusing on my breathing. He goes in great detail describing important subtleties and what could be experienced during meditation. I feel those subtleties help to go quickly into deep meditation. Thanks again!

(05 Aug '13, 08:36) releaser99

@releaser99- Thank you for your views. Yes the mantra was new to me as well and I found it, an excellent technique to access "Stillness". I find its helps to have a multitude of techniques to access stillness as some techniques seem to work better than others at different times. Sometimes you don't even need a technique. :)

(08 Aug '13, 13:45) Satori
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