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What the community says about Meditation - Deep and Blissful
- "There are so many books on the market for meditation and inner peace. This one has been an excellent choice for me. It's written by Sharon Rose, and Sharon Rose is a wonderful writer. I went through it, and found a lot of peace in it. It's well written and easy to understand and follow along with. Highly recommend. "
- "I recently found myself struggling to remain clean from my addiction after a years struggle. A friend recommended I reach Meditation - Deep and Blissful, a book by Sharon Rose Summers that changed her life. She said she was able to find an inner peace that had alluded her her entire life, though at the time in the mental state I was in, I was skeptical. After reading the book however, I do feel as if i've changed and am somehow more in control of my life. It won't solve your problems for you, but it'll give you the strength you need to face them on your own."
- "This meditation book is absolutely wonderful. It is a great book for both beginners and experienced people. There is something for everyone and it is a good read! Highly!"
- "I found this book tucked away in the Self-Help section of my local bookstore and picked it up. I wasn't sure if it was mis-placed or what. It is, technically, a self-help book for people who are trying to meditate, but no more than a book on fixing motorcycles would be a self-help book for fixing motorcycles. That being said, I decided to give this shot and try it out - my husband does say that my mind runs too much. The techniques in this book are very easy to read, spelled out so simply it's hard to miss-interpret them. And the author does a good job to stress that it's normal to start off slow, and why things may not be happening in the mental picture. The audio tracks that came as a gift with the book are handy, but I find complete silence to be better for me when I try to meditate now."
- "I'll admit it. I was having a rough year last year, and needed some sort of guidance. I was browsing through Amazon, thinking to find books on philosophy - preferably ones that confirmed, or reinforced my choices (I think they call that existential philosophy?) but somehow I found this book on meditation. Or, rather, how to meditate. It's specifically designed for beginners. Since I know lots of people who brag on the practice of meditation, I decided to give it a try. Seemed a lot easier to digest than the other philosophy books I had looked at. When I got this book, I thumbed through it before actually trying anything - there was nothing about philosophy in here at all. Well, maybe the forward on how meditation can help you, but that was it. Still, once I actually started following the book and getting into the practice, I felt my problems starting to fade away - It didn't happen overnight! But somehow it did help me to affirm my beliefs in myself. So, really, a meditation book, not a philosophy book, helped me get back on track!"
- "Yes, this is it, Sharon Rose Summers does a great job putting me at rest, taking away my problems. Sharon shows me how to sleep and relax correctly. I was able to sleep and relax effectively with these techniques, I actually find this book to be very helpful in ridding my everyday stress."
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in What are the best Self-help books"Not a very helpful book so far. Im finding it kind of annoying to read because the majority of the book revolves around superstitious nonsense that isn't helpful in the real world. I guess self-help is a broad term so next time I should do a little more research on things before I buy it. "
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