Meditation Made Simple by Jo Barnard
An Interactive Guide to Meditation

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Synopsis

"Hectic life?
Feel like you’re racing along on a hamster wheel?
Want some inner peace but don’t know how to achieve it?
If your answer is “yes,” then be sure to read on.
 
Meditation Made Simple carries with it a simple message: anyone can learn to meditate, regardless of culture or belief system. It doesn’t take long and it’s not difficult—it’s simply a matter of finding a technique that works for you as an individual.
 
Busy mum, well-being expert, and author, Jo knows how little time you have. In Meditation Made Simple, she will help you to:
 

understand how meditation can benefit you in so many ways
appreciate how easy meditation can be
explore a few simple techniques to discover which work for you
enjoy results very quickly and easily

 
And with plenty of space to make notes and record your findings as you go along, Meditation Made Simple becomes not just a book to read but a completely interactive learning experience."
 

About Jo Barnard

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Having discovered the numerous benefits of meditation for herself through practising and teaching Reiki, Jo began to teach introductory Meditation Made Simple workshops several years ago, from her holistic well-being clinic, "you-time" in the UK.    Her message to people is that anyone can learn to meditate and free their minds of unnecessary clutter, regardless of their culture or belief system.  The results are incredible (life-changing, in fact), and achieving them needn't be complicated or difficult.  It’s simply a matter of finding a method that works for you as an individual, and using it.  Jo aims to show you how, using a straightforward, down-to-earth, and interactive approach.   Jo is married with two sons and lives in Essex, England.  Her passion is providing tools and techniques that empower people to lead happier, healthier lives.
 
Published May 29, 2012 by BalboaPress. 68 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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