Author States That Focusing on a Detail of Nature Is an Effective Way to Meditate
BELLINGHAM, Wash., May 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- For years, author Curt Remington escaped stress by retreating into nature and focusing on the wind in the trees, the sound of waves, or a spectacular view. It didn't occur to Remington that he was meditating. After a year of clairvoyant training and studying a variety of meditation techniques, it became clear those moments in nature were effective meditations. He shares these nature-based techniques and many more meditations, including ones he developed, in his highly readable guidebook, Simple Meditation: A Spiritual Connection for Transforming Your Life. In this book, Remington claims that meditation can provide many benefits beyond just relaxation.
"Through meditation we can connect with the pure, positive energy of nature. We can release negative emotions, improve relationships, heal and access our psychic abilities," said Remington.
Remington also emphasizes that anyone can learn to meditate. There are easy steps for beginners to get started, and with 25 different exercises, covering a broad variety of purposes, even advanced meditators will find effective techniques they've never used. For example, a visualization for improving relationships harnesses the cooling effects of a small waterfall to flush away the heat of anger.
The final chapters describe using a "vision quest" experience to tie these lessons together. This is an opportunity for readers to examine their life, gain insight into its direction and potentially transform their life. Throughout the book, Remington shares some of his own trials and tribulations on his spiritual journey.
Simple Meditation: A Spiritual Connection for Transforming Your Life is available at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com or through local bookstores. In-depth reviews are available from sources at Foreword and New Age Retailer Magazine.
Curt Remington has trained in meditation, clairvoyance, energy healing, and he has a bachelor's degree in business management. Remington spends his free time in the mountains and islands of the Pacific Northwest, seeking out the solitude and beauty of nature. For more information, visit http://curtremington.com.
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