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His objective is to teach meditation and Tibetan Buddhism to all interested, as well as at graduate and undergraduate level in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Africa and the United States through universities and Dharma Centres. His unique mix of training and experience in law and psychology as well as having been instructed by eminent meditation teachers enables him to explain traditional Buddhist concepts from a Western psychological perspective. Completed a 12 year course of study and meditation training under these Lamas. These years of study covered many aspects of Buddhist history, philosophy, psychology and logic. In later years the emphasis was on Mahamudra teachings and meditation practice - the most profound system of meditation within the Tibetan system of training.

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I will add a small proviso though. I think this was the right meditation book at the right time. For me, a couple of years into a daily meditation practice, this was exactly the book that I needed to read. There is nothing ornate.

Sure, he throws in a couple of stories about the Buddha, but for the most part, this is clear simple instruction. He also explains why he thinks you should do these things. I also really appreciate the inclusion of a number of exercises that are very practical and easy enough to execute.

I have already found value in some of them, and I plan to re-read the book more slowly, taking the time to try each of the exercises over several meditation sessions. I first read it about 12 years ago and just recently picked it up out of my bookshelves to re-read.

I was again struck by how well the writer understands the practice of meditation and the pitfalls and barriers. The author comes from a Tibetan Vajrayana perspective, but this manual is broadly applicable to those from other schools of One of the best books out there for those who want to start and sustain a meditation practice; it is among the top 3 or 4 that I recommend for beginners.

The author comes from a Tibetan Vajrayana perspective, but this manual is broadly applicable to those from other schools of thought or branches of Buddhism, as well as those of a firmly secular orientation. Note: as usual, I highly recommend that the reader actually do the exercises within each chapter. Only by practicing it does one attain any benefit.

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I will add a small proviso though. I think this was the right meditation book at the right time. For me, a couple of years into a daily meditation practice, this was exactly the book that I needed to read. There is nothing ornate. Sure, he throws in a couple of stories about the Buddha, but for the most part, this is clear simple instruction. He also explains why he thinks you should do these things. I also really appreciate the inclusion of a number of exercises that are very practical and easy enough to execute.

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