The Divine Art Of Meditation (GR)

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The Divine Art Of Meditation  (GR)

Meditation and visualization techniques for a healthy mind, body and soul

by Farnaz Ma'súmián

‘A wonderful work, with amazing clarity, honesty, and an openness to reality.’Nader SaiediUCLA, author of Gate of the Heart

The practice of meditation is becoming increasingly common among people from all walks of life. It is being encouraged in high-level corporate sessions, during coffee breaks, before academic tests and sports competitions. Drawing on the experience of the great masters and contemplative traditions of world religions,The Divine Art of Meditationlooks at the benefits of meditation, presents various forms of it and offers suggestions formeditational practices.

'This is tomato bisque for the soul, where the reader can actually sample meditation techniques – drawn from the great masters and contemplative traditions of world religions. Here, the reader can taste the physiological, psychological and spiritual benefits of meditation . . . the author shows how these techniques, done singly or in combination, promote peace of mind, comfort, confidence, strength, wisdom and self-empowerment for the benefit of self and others – all with scientific evidence of meditation’s powers to uplift body and mind. Professor Masumian authenticates her meditation handbook by sharing what she herself has experienced while performing these various meditations – a consummate personal touch. A gift by a gifted author.'Christopher Buck, author of Religions Myths and Visions of America

‘. . . really encouraging on the subject of persevering with one’s practice and not expecting perfection. It deals with the Bahá’í approach to meditation in an appropriate and inspiring manner’. . .‘I would recommend this book to anyone interested in meditation as it offers hope that being able to meditate is really within anyone’s grasp.’Members of the Reviewing Panel of the Bahá’ís of the United Kingdom

220 pages plus illustrations

210 x 138 mm (8.5 x 5.5 ins)

Soft cover

George Ronald, Oxford