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5.0 out of 5 stars Deep and EASY meditation lessons!, December 14, 2005
This review is from: Deep Meditation - Pathway to Personal Freedom (Paperback)
I echo the previous reviewer David's enthusiasm! If you have tried to meditate and become discouraged, this is the book for you. Both beginners and experienced meditators will find this slim book contains everything they need to access states of alert relaxation in simple, easy-to-accomplish steps.

I must own at least twenty books on various meditation methods, and Yogani's silent mantra approach is the most easily accessible of all the ones I've tried.

What I find so useful about Yogani's approach is that the silent mantra can continue anywhere you go. On the bus yesterday I was amused to notice how every sound I heard became the mantra reflected back at me. So meditation becomes not just sitting for 20 minutes twice a day, but allowing the meditative state to overflow into all your activities. Once you have 'tasted' Yogani's gentle approach in this volume, you may want to access his Advanced Yoga Pracitices lessons also. Excellent teachings!

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Initial post: Jun 17, 2011 10:53:12 PM PDT
Bananaman17 says:
Hi, great review on yogani's book btw. However, what is the difference between yogani's technique and the transcendental meditation technique? They both use Mantras I believe. 20 minutes, twice a day... Just a different price tag i suppose.
Please enlighten me! Thanks in advance.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 18, 2011 9:28:25 AM PDT
All approaches meet at the top of the mountain. For a deep drink of Yogani, check out his
website: www.aypsite.org/ Some very interesting forums.
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