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Author: Richard O’Connor Narrator: Rick Kleit Publisher: Macmillan Audio Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: March 2003 ISBN: 9781593971120
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This program includes six classic guided meditations as well as a special bonus meditation music CD.

If you want to start meditating or you want to deepen your current practice—this unique audio CD is a perfect compliment to your own personal regimen. Whether you're an experienced or a beginning meditator, this audiobook will help you achieve all the life-enhancing benefits of meditation.

This program contains meditations - with no distracting commentary or introductory remarks - specifically designed for particular issues and times of day.

• -Morning meditations–emotional inspiration to help you greet each day with confidence and expectancy.

• -Evening meditations–gentle thoughts to guide you to a sense of resolution and satisfaction.

• -Stress reduction and relaxation meditations to help you alleviate pressure and aid you in centering and refocusing your energies.

• -Healing and revitalization meditations to strengthen the immune system and promote well being and contentment.

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About the Author

Richard O’Connor, MSW, PhD is the author of Undoing Depression and Undoing Perpetual Stress. For fourteen years he was executive director of the Northwest Center for Family Service and Mental Health, a private, nonprofit mental health clinic serving Litchfield County, Connecticut, overseeing the work of twenty mental health professionals in treating almost a thousand patients per year. He is currently a practicing psychotherapist with offices in Connecticut and New York.