Meditation As A Way of Life: Philosophy and Practice: Rooted in the Teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda

Meditation As A Way of Life: Philosophy and Practice: Rooted in the Teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda


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Winner of the 2015 Benjamin Franklin Silver Award!

Among primers on meditation, this book is exceptional in how it guides readers who treasure inner growth and are looking for reliable direction on how to achieve it in an authentic and sustainable way. The author, a student of the Indian yogi Paramahansa Yogananda, distills the teachings of many other spiritual traditions and religions, including Christianity, into an interfaith perspective that will appeal to all seekers of the divine. Specific elements include the foundations of spiritual practice; the benefits of energy-building exercises, affirmations, and healthy lifestyle regimens; instructions in mantra practice and inner-sound meditation; techniques for effective prayer; and guidelines to measure inner practice. Among primers on meditation, this book is exceptional in how it guides readers who treasure inner growth and are looking for reliable direction on how to achieve it in an authentic and sustainable way.

The author, a student of the Indian yogi Paramahansa Yogananda, distills the teachings of many other spiritual traditions and religions, including Christianity, into an interfaith perspective that will appeal to all seekers of the divine.

Specific elements include the foundations of spiritual practice; the benefits of energy-building exercises, affirmations, and healthy lifestyle regimens; instructions in mantra practice and inner-sound meditation; techniques for effective prayer; and guidelines to measure inner practice.

The book’s accessible narrative and universal themes make it enjoyable to read and life enhancing to apply.


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MARCH 7, 2016

Meditation as a Way of Life by Alan L. Pritz was recently featured in the monthly e-zine Mystic Living Today.

MARCH 7, 2016

Meditation as a Way of Life author Alan L. Pritz was recently interviewed on The Inessa Blog

FEBRUARY 3, 2016

Meditation as a Way of Life by Alan L. Pritz has been reviewed by Michelle Kaye Malsbury on the Book Pleasures blog. 

JUNE 5, 2015

Meditation as a Way of Life by Alan L. Pritz has received a wonderful review from Lissa Coffey, host of CoffeyTalk.com. 

APRIL 16, 2015

A wonderful review of Meditation as a Way of Life by Alan L. Pritz by the Midwest Book Review.

FEBRUARY 27, 2015

A wonderful review of Meditation as a Way of Life by Alan Pritz appears in the New Age Journal.

FEBRUARY 23, 2015

Meditation as a Way of Life author Alan L. Pritz will be on the LIVEWIRE radio show February 25!

ENDORSEMENTS

"Alan Pritz has written one of the best meditation guides in years. Meditation As a Way of Life is clear, uncomplicated, inspiring, and straight from the heart of a true expert who's been there. The benefits of meditation are now known to be deeper than most people imagine. Don't deny yourself these advantages toward a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life. Highly recommended."
—Larry Dossey, MD, author of Healing Words, Prayer Is Good Medicine, and Reinventing Medicine

"Alan Pritz serves as a knowledgeable and gentle guide for the journey known as the spiritual path. He has captured the essence of Yogananda's wisdom and woven it through his own experience to shine as a luminous beacon, so that all who read this book will benefit." 
—Brian Luke Seaward, PhD, author of Stand Like Mountain, Flow Like Water and Quiet Mind, Fearless Heart

Meditation as a Way of Life is a wise, user-friendly guidebook for your spiritual journey. Folks of all faiths will find interesting, practical, "how-to" tips for stretching, breathing, meditation, and more. I found the book a very interesting, unique read. Thank you Alan!"
-Lilias Folan, Author of Lilias! Yoga Gets Better With Age and host of PBS Yoga series Lilias!

“One of the most valuable things you can do to improve your life is to open your mind, heart and soul to the wisdom of intuition and the Divine. Alan Pritz has written this lovely meditation guide to aid you on that journey. If you want to further develop your intuitive abilities, deepen your connection with the mystical and become calmer and clearer, this is the guide for you.”
—Kathryn Harwig, noted speaker and author of The Return of Intuition