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Meditate
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Swami Muktananda - Author
SUNY series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology
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Hardcover - 84 pages
Release Date: June 1980
ISBN10: 0-87395-471-8
ISBN13: 978-0-87395-471-6

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Paperback - 84 pages
Release Date: June 1980
ISBN10: 0-87395-472-6
ISBN13: 978-0-87395-472-3

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Swami Muktananda belongs to the rare and ancient lineage of Siddhas, self realized masters who are known for their ability to awaken the spiritual potential in others. Revered in his own country and tradition for his spiritual attainment and the universality of his teaching, he has in recent years become one of the most highly regarded meditation masters in the world.

In these pages he offers, in straightforward and often humorous language, an understanding of meditation as it is and can be.

“This book is a specific and practical how-to primer of meditation, but it is more than an outline of a method. It is itself a meditation experience when read with a certain open detachment and sense of venture.” — from the Foreword by Joseph Chilton Pearce

“Muktananda is not someone who merely theorizes, but someone who speaks from his own experience. …To Muktananda, meditation is a necessity, an essential ingredient for a well-lived life, because it is only through meditation that a person can discover the permanent happiness which he has found not only in himself, but in everything and everyone around him.” — from the Preface by Marsha Mason


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