By Melody W
Date Added: Monday 4 February 2013
This wonderful book comes with a CD! I enjoyed both very much.
By Roya D
Date Added: Sunday 30 September 2012
It was excelent guided meditation I love it.It was very useful for me. i would like to see more of Adyashanti at Sounds True
By Jim Winzenburg
Date Added: Monday 15 August 2011
As a long-time meditator, inquirer and reader of Eastern philosophy, I was surprised that this simple meditation program quickly leap-frogged me to some insights for which I'd been searching. Thank you for producing it---and for introducing me to it.
By Phyllis Hiefield
Date Added: Tuesday 10 May 2011
In this book by Adyashanti, Meditation is seen as synonymous and continuous with being alive and aware. So clearly and beautifully written, it is a treasure you will want to share with your dearest spiritual friends.
By mavis jean B
Date Added: Tuesday 12 February 2013
Loved the meditations.
By Mark K
Date Added: Thursday 27 December 2012
Wonderful! Adya teaches what other teachers might call "choiceless awareness" although he doesn't call it that, and I enjoy the encouragement. He emphasizes effortlessness over trying to attain something, which is something other teachers also teach, but Adya is extremely good at representing that attitude. My only wish is that he would explain more in detail what he means by certain phrases -- for example, what does "let everything be as it is" mean when applied to thoughts? -- I assume it means to be nonreactive, nonproliferative, non-decisive, etc., but I think I would feel more that I was on the right track if Adya would elucidate the possible pitfalls a little better -- still, he's my favorite teacher.