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One significant aspect of this book is the amount of space given to the use of a journal to examine more closely one's meditation experience.
It's good as far as he goes, but one is left with the impression that he didn't quite have enough material for a full book and so padded it with example after example.
I particularly appreciate Jason's acknowledgement of the value of paying attention to our thought process without ignoring them to come back to an anchor.
Great book! It was suggested by a friend and I have not been disappointed.Published 23 days ago by Share Dewees
SO unique, love the perspective...has made me WANT to meditate more, be less strenously hard on myself!Published 2 months ago by Donna
This is an excellent book. I think it is really helpful in giving us fresh perspectives on our meditation practice, showing clearly how we can be unnecessarily rigid, dogmatic,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter King
It's good as far as he goes, but one is left with the impression that he didn't quite have enough material for a full book and so padded it with example after example. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
A wonderful book which clarifies many aspects of the meditative experience. It will be helpful for beginners as well as long term meditators. Love it!Published 16 months ago by Mr. Robert P. Kaczan
Very interesting perspective on meditation. I am interested in applying it to my practice and exploring it's benefits. Read morePublished on October 9, 2012 by Richard Steinberg
Siff relates his own evolution from Tibetan and especially Vipassana training into a more fluid, open-ended direction which he calls Recollective Awareness Training. Read morePublished on September 25, 2012 by Joyce
Unlearning meditation states a case for allowing meditation to be free of rules and expectations. Jason Siff helps meditation practitioners to become more open in their meditation. Read morePublished on March 28, 2011 by Barry
I started meditating twenty-five years ago, and the first forty to fifty pages of Siff's book resonated with my own experiences. Read morePublished on February 20, 2011 by jfpessoa