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"Meditation is a deep human need, almost like the need for food, water, and good sleep." ~ Shai Tubali, PhD
BERLIN, GERMANY, October 24, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Shai Tubali is a prolific author, scholar, PhD researcher, and happiness history expert. He has developed proprietary methods to enhance contemporary therapies and is author of over a dozen books. His newest book, "Llewellyn's Complete Book of Meditation," explores 35 meditation techniques from all over the world. With postgraduate expertise in science fiction film and pop culture, he shares the common principles that can help modern humans struggling with trauma, fear, uncertainty, depression, anxiety, and screen addiction.
"Meditation is a deep human need, almost like the need for food, water, and good sleep," Tubali states. "Meditation can reduce stress and anxiety; it can help control pain, lengthen attention span, and reduce age-related memory loss; and it can improve sleep and decrease blood pressure."
"Llewellyn's Complete Book of Meditation" is divided into two parts: The first covers a comprehensive introduction to the Fundamentals of Meditation, then opens into The World of Meditation in the second.
In the latter, he details 35 techniques from different regions and cultures for grounding, alignment, joy, inner power, love, compassion, inner vision, and — ultimately — a way to connect to universal reality.
Says Shai, "Meditation is like plugging our being into the cosmic socket, plugging into a divine reservoir of energy."
What makes this book unique?
• Unlike most meditation books, this includes techniques from a great many traditions and also helps us to understand that the essentials of meditation are not unique to any individual tradition.
• It offers a map that helps us to navigate the amazingly diverse world of meditation and to select our ideal practices according to our current needs.
Here are five techniques profiled in the book.
The Inner Cave of the Heart
Humans throughout history and around the world have universally agreed that the heart is the center of life, happiness, freedom, and self. Learn a meditation that provides you a true relationship with your own heart.
What if you could enhance courage in a meditation practice? The Tonglen meditation enhances your courage so you can transform suffering.
Life has its ups and downs. This meditation practice teaches us to be mountain-like to face upheavals and difficulties with calmness and strength.
In this modern practice, you move from laughter and tears to stillness.
Visualize a vase as your body gets empowered with oxygen in this practice. "This meditation is actually the quickest way I know of to experience bliss," Tubali says, noting it is sometimes called a bliss meditation.
Whether you explore Tubali's therapeutic methods or walk through history with him in his new book as he details meditation practices from around the world, what's sure to arise is a new sense of calm and clarity.
About Shai: Shai Tubali (first name say SHY, last name rhymes with jubilee) is a happiness history expert. His numerous books have appeared internationally for the past two decades in 11 languages and have been published by major publishers. His most prominent writings have won awards in the United States and in Israel. Several have become bestsellers, inspiring many thousands on their inner journeys of mental, emotional, and spiritual transformation. A PhD researcher at the University of Leeds, UK, Tubali explores 35 meditation techniques from all over the world in his newest book, "Llewellyn's Complete Book of Meditation," coming in January 2023. With postgraduate expertise in science fiction film and pop culture, Tubali shares common principles that can help modern humans struggling with trauma, fear, uncertainty, depression, anxiety, and screen addiction. Discover modalities and research on finding calm and clarity at shaitubali.com.
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