Just released last month, “The Easiest Meditation Ever” details a more streamlined approach to meditation for both beginners and advanced students alike, and has quietly been stirring up a lot of buzz, garnering a reputation as a more efficient strategy for meditating successfully.
“People no longer have patience for sitting perfectly still or making sure they’re breathing just right,” notes Michaels. “And the truth is there’s no need for them to worry about that anyway. You can meditate even more effectively when one or two simple adjustments are made to your technique, allowing you to easily get through the process without those perfect conditions.”
Based on reviews from the book’s Amazon page, Michaels’ content seems to describe typical blocks that prevent most people from creating an easy habit of meditation, and then counters those blocks by cutting them out of the process entirely.
“You can’t keep trying to ‘force’ yourself to concentrate if it hasn’t worked for you all these years,” notes Michaels. “You can’t ‘force’ thoughts from popping into your head. You can’t ‘force’ yourself into sitting absolutely motionless. But what you can do is engage in a form of meditation that doesn’t require any of these steps to begin with. And once you try it once or twice, you quickly realize that you never needed to complete any of those outdated steps.”
Despite his enthusiasm for this alternative approach, however, Michaels is hesitant to dismiss more traditional methods of meditation as long as they work for other people.
“This isn’t about reinventing the way meditation is done. It’s just that lots of people have trouble with the old style and are looking to reach a more advanced level with much less effort or stress. That’s where my method comes in.”
“The Easiest Meditation Ever – A Simple Form of Meditation That Anyone Can Do” is now available exclusively at Amazon.com.
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