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Meditation for Optimum Health: How to Use Mindfulness and Breathing to Heal Your Body and Refresh Your Mind Audio CD – Audiobook, Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
For a really good foundation in the process, I'd suggest Jack Kornfield's THE INNER ART OF MEDITATION.
I think this is a good CD to listen to if you are just starting out. I got some good ideas from this recording, and I am sure I will be able to use what they taught.
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I have to admit, I did not listen to the whole thing. I have another CD by Dr. Andrew Weil - Breathing, the Master Key to Self Healing - and I was looking for some variety with a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by wbfla
Just the sound Of Jon Kabbit-Zinns voice relaxes me. Worthy! I've bought more than one and recommended it to everyone I know who needs to slow down.Published 14 months ago by Daniel Numberg
I liked the cd but there were times when I felt myself nodding off, maybe too much guided imagery? I would have liked more quiet time with the music.Published on August 24, 2013 by bishop
Has some great teaching about mindfulness and some great beginners meditations. I definitely recommend this product if you are trying to find out more about mindfulness/meditation.Published on June 6, 2013 by Bobby
I love both of these gentlemen. Together they provide a very comprehensive look into meditation along with providing guided meditations. I would highly recommend this product.Published on January 9, 2013 by Julie Cook
Anyone with a modicum of intelligence will surly find themselves unable to get through more than the first few tracks of the guided meditation. Read morePublished on April 4, 2011 by Stephen Baal