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This is a concise step-by-step instruction book for a powerful method of daily meditation that will systematically unfold inner peace, creativity and energy in daily life. Whether you are seeking an effective tool for reducing stress, improving your relationships, achieving more success in your career, or for revealing the ultimate truth of life within yourself, Deep Medit This is a concise step-by-step instruction book for a powerful method of daily meditation that will systematically unfold inner peace, creativity and energy in daily life. Whether you are seeking an effective tool for reducing stress, improving your relationships, achieving more success in your career, or for revealing the ultimate truth of life within yourself, Deep Meditation can be a vital resource for cultivating your personal freedom and enlightenment. Yogani is the author of two landmark books on the world's most effective spiritual practices: Advanced Yoga Practices - Easy Lessons for Ecstatic Living, a comprehensive user-friendly textbook, and The Secrets of Wilder, a powerful spiritual novel. The AYP Enlightenment Series makes these profound practices available for the first time in a series of concise instruction books. Deep Meditation is the first in the series.


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This is a concise step-by-step instruction book for a powerful method of daily meditation that will systematically unfold inner peace, creativity and energy in daily life. Whether you are seeking an effective tool for reducing stress, improving your relationships, achieving more success in your career, or for revealing the ultimate truth of life within yourself, Deep Medit This is a concise step-by-step instruction book for a powerful method of daily meditation that will systematically unfold inner peace, creativity and energy in daily life. Whether you are seeking an effective tool for reducing stress, improving your relationships, achieving more success in your career, or for revealing the ultimate truth of life within yourself, Deep Meditation can be a vital resource for cultivating your personal freedom and enlightenment. Yogani is the author of two landmark books on the world's most effective spiritual practices: Advanced Yoga Practices - Easy Lessons for Ecstatic Living, a comprehensive user-friendly textbook, and The Secrets of Wilder, a powerful spiritual novel. The AYP Enlightenment Series makes these profound practices available for the first time in a series of concise instruction books. Deep Meditation is the first in the series.

30 review for Deep Meditation - Pathway to Personal Freedom (eBook)

  1. 5 out of 5

    David Donaghe

    This book is a guide to Meditation and finding inner peace. The information is good, but the book is kind of short. If you want to know more about meditation and finding inner peace, then I suggest you read this book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Micmoc

    The "iam" meditation is powerful and it leads to deep peace. I know it from personal experience

  3. 5 out of 5

    Samuel Mendonça

    The first time I read this book I found it to be repetitive. Now I get that it's meant to repeat the main technique for its simplicity. It's not only a great starting point, as it emphasizes that meditation only works when there is consistency and it becomes a habit. It can rewire your brain the same way going to the gym with consistency will change the body. Some people do it for a month and end up dropping it for the lack of results.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ishmael

    Lots of good, practical information presented in a great pedagogical way that is easy to understand and easy to put into practice. Really tries to demistify as much as possible and was quite successful and I found it quite enjoyable and good. Will return to this when I need a reminder. Recommended yoany layman as a great step into spirituality and peace. Liked it alot.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Afonso Matos

    Good introductory book of mantra meditation. The author gives us a taste of what to expect from a long-term meditation practice. It's a book of little value to those who already have a solid understanding of meditation.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Emilie Greenhalgh

    Essential basic reading to start your meditation practice. I really like the non-judgements nature of Yogani’s reminder to simply return to the mantra in any scenario. It cuts out a lot of the self-criticism that can arise for meditation newbies.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Paulina Grunwald

    This book is for people that have no previous knowledge of meditation.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kristyn

    3.5 stars. I like the explanation of the meditation technique and how to tailor your practice, but some of the other info was less useful to me personally.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Farhad

    Good intro guide for those with no experience meditating and find themselves asking how to get started, what to do, and what to expect.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Brian

    I am always skeptical of instructional self-help type books. I had never read one before this one because there are so many terrible books about meditation and spirituality written by 'authors' that frankly spew out BS and just pump them out to profit off of gullible readers. I'm lucky that I found this book. My boyfriend had it on his Kindle, and so I started skimming over it to pass the time during a long car ride. This author, Yogani, has written an amazing step-by-step guide on how to practic I am always skeptical of instructional self-help type books. I had never read one before this one because there are so many terrible books about meditation and spirituality written by 'authors' that frankly spew out BS and just pump them out to profit off of gullible readers. I'm lucky that I found this book. My boyfriend had it on his Kindle, and so I started skimming over it to pass the time during a long car ride. This author, Yogani, has written an amazing step-by-step guide on how to practice deep meditation - he discusses the science behind it too, but he writes simply and encouragingly. He explains that by spending 20 minutes twice a day - once in the morning before breakfast, and once in the evening before dinner (you also have to make sure you spend a few minutes resting after each session before getting back to your daily routine) - and do it religiously every single day, the long-term effects will make you a calmer, happier person. He teaches the reader how to use a mantra "I am" - which means nothing and is just a sound you tell yourself whenever you feel your mind drifting. Yogani discusses all different ways of trying to find your inner stillness in deep meditation and recognizes everyone has different life stories, so it's okay and normal to have running thoughts, troubled emotions, and difficulty finding stillness - but that you always favor the mantra and by practicing that routine, you reach the inner stillness and understand your true self and how your life connects to everyone else and the world around you. My review might sound kind of weird - I think before reading about this philosophy I would have dismissed this review too. But I really think everyone can benefit from meditating daily as a way to purify the mind from all the stress and anxiety we all have - I fit meditation into my life using his advice and while I have just started, I can already see why it can have such a positive and calming effect on our minds as we go through our everyday lives. It's such a quick and easy read - give it a shot, and maybe you'll want to try it out too. Deep Meditation - Pathway to Personal Freedom

  11. 4 out of 5

    Karl-O

    I got interested in meditation after reading The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom. The author proposes meditation as the first options for those who are seeking more potential for happiness (whatever the hell that means) in their lives, the other two options being CBT and SSRI drugs. I've also heard Sam Harris championing meditation many times in his discussions and books, so I was quite encouraged to investigate about its methods and procedures. Harris and Haidt give I got interested in meditation after reading The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom. The author proposes meditation as the first options for those who are seeking more potential for happiness (whatever the hell that means) in their lives, the other two options being CBT and SSRI drugs. I've also heard Sam Harris championing meditation many times in his discussions and books, so I was quite encouraged to investigate about its methods and procedures. Harris and Haidt give a more plausible view about what meditation is about than the author of this book who speaks of energies flowing in and out. The former authors believe that it helps cultivating calmness in the human mind which I believe is something I lack so to speak. I believe my mind is hyperactive most of the time and so this sounded like what I was looking for. I tried doing "Deep Meditation", as called in this book several times over the last week, and I am quite ambiguous about it. First when I started it was quite good and I felt calmer indeed, but the last couple of times it caused insomnia. I'll surely try it more in the coming days. As far as instructions are concerned, I think the book is pretty much straightforward and clear. However, I will refrain from rating this book unless I measure the benefits of meditation in general and his method in particular (since a lot more methods exist for meditation as a matter of fact). It is a quite short book and very easy to read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michael Brescia

    If you've ever tried various relaxation/yoga/meditation/de-stressing whatevers, you may have found them stressful in their own way. Before finding this book I tried and failed with a dozen methods designed to reduce the daily stresses of life and help one focus better. They all seemed too much like work, and occasionally smashed you over the head with some sort of quasi-religious gobbledeegook. Deep Meditation however is a very forgiving method, and easy enough to stick with. I still use it almos If you've ever tried various relaxation/yoga/meditation/de-stressing whatevers, you may have found them stressful in their own way. Before finding this book I tried and failed with a dozen methods designed to reduce the daily stresses of life and help one focus better. They all seemed too much like work, and occasionally smashed you over the head with some sort of quasi-religious gobbledeegook. Deep Meditation however is a very forgiving method, and easy enough to stick with. I still use it almost every morning for just 15 minutes to get my mind sharpened for the work day. Universal appeal and not preachy.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cora

    really clear, simple, and easy to follow for beginners. it didn't come across as mystic bullshit which i am always wary of with stuff like this where everything is made abstracted and confusing. it presents practical means for achieving stillness and the symptoms of that stillness in life. i appreciated how many questions it included about what thoughts/sensations can arise during a meditation and how to handle them because i was wondering about many things as a first timer.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cameron Wiggins

    This is an excellent book on deep meditation. I really mean so. One can walk away with so much knowledge and understanding of deep meditation from reading this book. One can choose their mantra and rid their mind of clutter and be silent internally and be with inner peace with oneself. The benefits only become greater the longer one meditates and the more in touch one becomes with their mantra. If this sounds like what you want then you should read this book. Okay, Tawny?

  15. 5 out of 5

    Reader

    The description for this book (and the rest in the series) uses the word concise. They aren't kidding. I read several books on meditation before this one. None of the others resulted in any actual action (can I use that word when talking about meditation) the way this one has. For those that want an approachable resource on a somewhat "mystical" practice, this book delivers. I recommend the entire series by Yogani.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ryphna St-John

    This is an excellent "to the point" book. There is no religious/spiritual talk in this book just the very down to earth explanation of what is deep meditation, how to do it and what are the physical and mental effect of such a practice for short, medium and long term. This is THE book people starting to do meditation should pick up.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Eduard

    It's not a bad book, small too. Does not have religious stuff in it too. But felt afterwards that size to useful information ratio here was not good. Seems like its twice larger then it should be, and amount of jargon feels little bit higher then it could be too. Anyways contains single but I guess powerful technique, especially good for calming down.

  18. 5 out of 5

    And_it_spoke

    A very concise and straightforward guide to meditation. At time it even seems overly simple - but it is an excellent reminder of how not to overdo it when trying to meditate. Its use of mantra meditation helps keep things simple and straightforward. It gets a touch new-agey towards the end, but overall a great starting place - or refresher - for meditation.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Albatross

    Solid instruction and to the point I found this short book to be exactly what I needed. Unlike many other books I’ve read, the author gets to the instruction and pertinent information quickly.

  20. 5 out of 5

    John Taylor

    Excellent intro to a simple mantra meditation. Still might be worth seeking a tutor for guidance but really this is all you need to get going - and it's (literally at time of writing) 100 times cheaper than a course in Transcendental Meditation.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Hannes Andreas

    Excellent, that's all.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    An EXCELLENT book on meditation that is clear and to the point. Yogani lays it out so well, and this is all anyone really needs to learn meditation. Anything else is just icing on the cake!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Vicky

    If you want to know more about meditation without having all the religious jargon then this is a very good starting book. the book is very easy to read and follow. totally recommend.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jenny (Novel Idea)

    Great for beginners!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    Really is a good no-muss, no-fuss introduction to mantra meditation.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stu

    The book was good and I got some useful meditation tips.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rob

    Excellent book. Straight to the point.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Thompson

    A really simple yet complete introduction to meditation. Really enjoyed reading it and putting the ideas into practice.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dmje

    Still reading it, but it's a blindingly simple and lovely guide to meditation - the best I've read

  30. 5 out of 5

    John

    Short book but it explains everything in a simple straightforward way. Definitely helped me.

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