Just as exercise improves the body, meditation improves the mind. It
restores memory, enhances creativity, and leads to clearer thinking.
And, much like exercise, most people have a hard time getting motivated
to do it, much less stick with it — until now. Real Meditation in Minutes a Day
teaches anyone, anywhere, to make meditation’s countless benefits part
of everyday life. Authors Joseph Arpaia and Lobsang Rapgay, both
experienced practitioners, have developed an innovative new way of
teaching meditation. They explain it here using plain, non-religious
language that encourages and affirms all readers. Throughout the book,
episodic tales starring everypersons “Brian” and “Maria” illustrate the
program. Brian and Maria’s recounting of their efforts reinforces each
step, answers common questions, and helps prevent potential pitfalls or
obstacles. Real Meditation in Minutes a Day represents a new approach to an ancient practice: that of an easygoing, always-encouraging mental workout buddy.
Real Meditation In Minutes A Day, Joseph Arpaia & Lobsang Rapgay, Wisdom Publications, 2008, 237 Pages, $16.95