About the Author

Steven Harrison

Steven Harrison is a student and teacher of the nature of consciousness. He has traveled extensively and studied a wide variety of meditation and spiritual practices. Harrison is the author of Doing Nothing (Tarcher/Putnam, 1998) and Being One (Crossroad,...

Customer Reviews for Doing Nothing

By Brian B.
Date Added: Thursday 11 October 2012
I felt compelled to write one more review for this one after hearing it a few more times since my initial review... And I've gotta say, this one has become one of my favorites. The simplicity of the message is actually what makes it so powerful.

No filler, no unnecessary expansion into multiple sessions... Just a quick, straight-up, no-nonsense pointer to who you really are, and what you need to do in order to realize it. And of course, as Mr. Harrison points out, what we must do... Is nothing.
By Brian B.
Date Added: Tuesday 7 February 2012
It's a bit lengthy in my opinion considering the simplicity of the message, but it's an important message that any spiritual seeker should take into consideration. It reminds me of Gangaji's suggestion that we "stop everything". No more strategies... No more effort. Just let go.
By shonn frank
Date Added: Monday 15 September 2014
what kind of "spiritual teacher" teaches that meditation is a waste? lol Nothing like going against the grain.

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