Meditation for the Love of It

Meditation for the Love of It is the 2010 spiritual gem written by Sally Kempton, a disciple of the great Indian guru Swami Muktananda, who spent 20 years as a teaching swami (monk) in the Saraswati order of Indian monks. In her guru’s ashram, she received a traditional training in yoga philosophy and practice and became a popular teacher, deeply versed in the teachings and practices of Vedanta and Kashmir Shaivism.

From Sallykempton.com:
“Sally’s indispensable on-the-mat guide to making your meditation a profound, adventuresome, and deeply enjoyable relationship with your inner self. Meditation for the Love of It—written in Sally’s clear, personal style—explores the theory and practical reality of meditation practice—including the whys and hows of core meditation techniques, the best ways to work with thoughts and emotions, the meaning of experiences at every level, and the secrets of tuning into the power at the heart of meditation. An updated version of Sally’s classic The Heart of Meditation, which so many people have used as their hands-on companion in building a sustainable practice.”

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