Troubador Inside Meditation

Released: 01/07/2012

ISBN: 9781780881997

Format: Paperback

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Inside Meditation

In search of the unchanging nature within


Inside Meditation – In Search of the Unchanging Nature Within is a contemporary guide to the theory, practice and application of the science of meditation, philosophy and Eastern psychology. Alexander Filmer-Lorch uses Inside Meditation – In Search of the Unchanging Nature Within to demystify the process of meditation.

The book explores the history and origins of meditation, looking at the latest scientific aspects of regular meditation practice and its impact on brain function, brain-wave activity and its ability to create permanent changes in brain tissue. It also concentrates on the benefits of meditation practice on stress and adrenaline levels, mood swings, blood pressure, the immune system and overall health.

There are more than 45 exercises and techniques explained in the book that cover self-study and meditation practice. Each chapter describes the theory behind the practice and gives clear instruction on how to action the acquired knowledge and how the techniques or exercises are supposed to be applied and executed. All meditation techniques explained in the book can be safely practiced and explored without the guidance of a teacher. Every topic, theme, method and technique has been thoroughly studied, researched, explored and practised by the author. Inside Meditation – In Search of the Unchanging Nature Within offers a timeless and down-to-earth approach based on Alexander Filmer-Lorch’s accumulation of 30 years of self-practice and 20 years of meditation and philosophy teaching experience. The work is inspired and influenced by both old and new traditions.

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The mastery of Alexander Filmer-Lorch lies in his ability to write straight to the point and in simple language about profound questions of human beings. The short chapters help to stay focused and to understand the subjects more deeply than any elaborate writing one finds in so many other books of this genre would do.

by Franziska Rosenzweig

Alexander Filmer-Lorch

"Meditation is to experience life in a new way - that is life as a means and not as an end.

Through meditation one gradually becomes present to one's own presence, which ultimately leads to the realisation that there is no aim in meditation apart from just to 'Be' in meditation.

To 'Be' in meditation means waking up to the notion that meditation is as much about dying as it is about living, or as much about life as it is about death, henceforward you die to your mind and thoughts that are subject to change, and become alive to what is permanent within hence not subject to change."

Summary of Alexander's personal conclusion after 30 years of regular & dedicated meditation practise

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