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I have recently read Kelee Meditation and I found it to be very insightful and easy to follow. I've read numerous books on meditation and most are either difficult to understand if you're not experienced, or too simple to be of any benefit. This book was the perfect balance of instructing techniques and explaining the process. A 10 minute read that could change a lifetime! I absolutely plan to follow this book and keep it as a guide for some time to come. Well worth the time and money!
I am new to meditation and this book makes it easy to get started. The actual practice is not easy but the recommended introspection and contemplation (step 3) at the end of the mediation helped me to notice the subtle improvements. If in 6 months of practice I can be free of my crazy thoughts of over analysis and worrying, then I will know if this method is real... cautiously optimistic at this stage but I have already noticed my sleep and binge snacking have improved. Will add more on my experience in months to come.
I give this 4 star rating as to the fact that I am aware of my spirituality & have been from my early youth. This is a worth while form of meditation & should be practiced 2 x's daily. However personally I have found Reiki to be a more wholistic form of meditation. That is not to say that I did not find much light in Kelee meditation.
Anxiety and stress are two destroyers of health. This book describes a simple yet effective meditative process. Meditation can help restore balance and calmness to your life. This book is a quick read and techniques are easy to understand and implement.
Over the years, I've run many searches on meditation books in Amazon, but never stumbled across this book before until this week. I'm glad I did contains a new twist on attaining a state of inner stillness and awakened mindfulness. While there has been a lot of varying opinions on whether thoughts have a physical location that we can all perceive, the author is book is pretty definitive in his opinion about that. As I look inward, the author's description of the exact physical location of thoughts seems credible. Whether or not he is right, I have confirmed that is method of meditation works for me having given it a few tries.