The Meditators’ Dilemma by Bill Morgan

The Meditators’ Dilemma by Bill Morgan

If, like me, you are one of those people sold on the benefits of regular meditation but who really struggle either to commit wholeheartedly to the practice; or who are confused by a lack of ability to attain the expected results that many meditation teachers suggest we should have, may be interested in The Meditators’s Dilemma by Bill Morgan. Morgan is a clinical psychologist with forty years of experience practicing and teaching meditation. He is also a founding board member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. Here, quite evidently,…

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Integral Meditation by Ken Wilber

Integral Meditation by Ken Wilber

Research suggests that human beings experience two quite different types of growth and development. These are defined as the processes of “Growing Up” and that of “Waking Up”. From a psychospiritual perspective it is quite common to come across individuals who are seen as being grown up – that is to say that they have matured as people, but who have yet to become spiritually awakened or enlightened. Conversely it is also possible for a person to be aware of their spiritual essence but who are relatively immature in nature.…

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