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Room to breathe : an at-home meditation retreat / with Sharon Salzberg.

Salzberg, Sharon, author. (Author).
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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Morgan County Public Library - Martinsville CD 158 SAL (Text) 78551000634713 Audio CD Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781622036141
  • ISBN: 162203614X
  • Physical Description: 2 sound discs (2 hr., 9 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (32 p. ; 12 cm.)

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General Note: Originally published 2007 as Unplug: for an hour, a day, or a weekend.
Title from container.
Compact discs.
Formatted Contents Note: Session one. Feeling the breath (8:25) -- Breath and not-breath (5:44) -- Counting the breath (10:11) -- Flow breathing (11:04) -- Working with hindrances (19:47) -- Walking meditation (17:50). Session two. The practice of lovingkindness (15:35) -- Lovingkindness toward oneself (14:27) -- Bodyscan (13:49) -- Feeling our interconnectedness (12:15).
Summary, etc.: "Between the smartphone, laptop, tablet, and whatever else is demanding your attention, sometimes you just need to unplug! Room to Breathe brings you a series of beginner-friendly guided meditations and mindfulness techniques to help you regain a sense of spaciousness and ease. These essential practices were created to give you the feel of a meditation retreat at home--but can be enjoyed in any place conducive to a period of undisturbed quiet. Enhanced by a guidebook with teachings for breaking stressful habits and remembering what's most important, Room to Breathe leads you through eight refreshing exercises including: Calming the Mind--breathing practices to replace anxiety with composure and strength ; Facing Challenges--cultivating courage and compassion to transform your relationship to suffering ; Opening the Heart--a self-directed lovingkindness meditation. 'Going on retreat doesn't remove us from the ups and downs of life,' explains Sharon Salzberg, 'but it provides a way to understand ourselves more fully, to care more deeply for ourselves and others, and to do nothing for a while, with awareness and love.' Find respite whenever you need it with Room to Breathe"--Container.
Subject: Self-actualization (Psychology)
Relaxation > Technique.
Meditation > Buddhism.

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