By Jack Kornfield
Kornfield uses everyday metaphors with meditation to increase readers’ attentiveness and compassion for life.
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By Sharon Salzberg and Jon Kabat-Zinn
Best for those with some prior knowledge of meditating, this book teaches technique for increasing connections with others and having a positive outlook on the world and your life.
Posted: 03/11/2008 04:36 PM EST more »
Osho acknowledges that old-fashioned meditation techniques were designed for people with more time. Designed for the individual on-the-go, the book suggests that everyday tasks and surroundings, such as a morning commute, provide opportunities for relaxation.
Posted: 03/11/2008 04:35 PM EST more »
By Stephan Bodian
This book covers all you need to know to get started, following the format of other books in the For Dummies series. This text is full of great tips, insights, quotes and practices. Its strength lies in covering many different paths.
Posted: 03/11/2008 04:28 PM EST more »
By Tara Brach
This book is a path out and away from self-judgments, conflicts, addictions, perfectionism, loneliness and overwork.
Posted: 03/11/2008 04:30 PM EST more »
By Eckhart Tolle
Corresponding with the title, Tolle discusses in this book that living “in the now” is the best route to a happy life. The concepts covered are deep, but explained thoroughly, with indicated “break” times to stop reading and digest the material.
Posted: 03/11/2008 04:37 PM EST more »