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Mindfulness in Plain English

By the VENERABLE HENEPOLA GUNARATANA MAHATHERA

The complete text of this popular book is online here. Some people say it's the best book ever written for beginning meditators. Using down-to-earth, nuts-and-bolts language, it explains how to practice Vipassana meditation (also called insight meditation). The result is increased mindfulness (also called bare attention or witness consciousness).

http://www.realization.org/page/namedoc0/mipe/mipe_0.htm

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checkout reviews from amazon.com :

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/086171321...ce&n=283155

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Not sure if this is quite what you want, but here are some links

Ten bodies Yoga Set -

Part 1 - http://kundalini-matashakti.com/images/Ten%20Bodies%20p1.gif

Part 2 - http://kundalini-matashakti.com/images/Ten-Bodies-p2.gif

Give it a go

Meditation Timer -

http://www.poodwaddle.com/meditation.htm

Its easy to quit doing simran alittle early but if you use one of these, you want to do it the full time. You can have music to it or in silence. Would be good if someone could make one of these for Mool mantra and Gur mantra aswell as others.

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sant scholar naranjan singh ji books available for free from www.sikhnation.com.

Just received their "Guide To Spiritual Consciousness". Amazing book! The books themselves are very well published and produced with great quality. It's unbelievable that they're free!

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Just received their "Guide To Spiritual Consciousness". Amazing book! The books themselves are very well published and produced with great quality. It's unbelievable that they're free!

Ive ordered that book to hopefully should be coming soon, Yeh i agree that its great that they are free

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Yoga is a form of exercise, meditation, and restorative breathing. When practiced regularly, it brings unity to the mind, body and spirit. Yoga not only promotes strength and flexibility in growing bodies; it also cultivates a sense of balance and respect for the world around oneself. Put simply, yoga improves behavioral issues as well as overall health.Get more benefits of yoga from here "http://theyogakids.com/articles/benefits-of-yoga/"

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