The Tao of Letting Go: Meditation for Modern Living Paperback – 1 Aug 2009
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A waste of time and money, and a try to anybody's patience.
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Rich in practical tips, from how to sit with good posture so that you are free from distraction, and how to deal with mental fog and depression, grief, and emotional pain, this book is easy to follow and understand. I have never read such a clearly written book on meditation.
Chi practices for your health, such as chi gung and tai chi, can help you meditate more easily. If you want to further your progress towards a healthier and happier life, I also recommend Bruce Frantzis' other books, such as The CHI Revolution: Harnessing the Healing Power of Your Life Force, Opening the Energy Gates of Your Body: Chi Gung for Lifelong Health [OPENING THE ENERGY GATES OF YO], and Tai Chi: Health for Life.
The Water method is a three-pronged teaching of meditation that is practical rather than cerebral. Along with an introduction to the Taoist Water method, detailed descriptions of beneficial meditation postures and author-guided practice sessions round out this "meditation for modern living." As with any meditation practice, it is a way of living rather than an isolated or quick-fix event, so be prepared to settle in to a powerful and rewarding creative process and to awaken your internal life-force energy.