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Laughter, Tears, Silence: Expressive Meditations to Calm Your Mind and Open Your Heart Paperback – March 9, 2010
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Pragito skillfully proves that there is no time when meditation is not possible and enlightenment is not imminent.”
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Provocative, engaging and, above all, very real. Full of rich lessons in the nature of living a great life.”
— T. Harv Eker, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Secrets of the Millionaire Mind
In this useful and comprehensive book, Pragito Dove offers over one hundred techniques, including a series of expressive techniques to release physical, mental, and emotional stress. Once the lid is taken off the proverbial pressure cooker, we can more easily experience inner silence and stillness.”
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Pragito also recognizes in her book Laughter, Tears, Silence, that opening your heart to the sadness is also essential to good health. I highly recommend making Pragito your guide through our perilous times!
Then comes along Pragito's simplistic description of what meditation truly is. That there are varying degrees and it's something that can happen simply by being present to one's surroundings and thoughts at random times throughout the day. I don't have to sit cross-legged on the floor and zen out...I can just stop in the midst of my mundane tasks and notice the sounds...notice the smells... notice what the air feels like...what I feel like...and be aware. Wow! Simple and powerful!
The benefits of laughter are made very clear here and no doubt is affecting my desire to intentionally get more of that in my life.
I recommend reading the book all the way through and highlight the points that most catch your attention. Then go back and read one snippet a day to keep it all fresh. There are SO many great suggestions and short meditations that it's easy to forget the earlier ones by the time you get to the back of the book.