Zen meditation for conception, pregnancy and birth.
A practical book teaching Zen Meditation for mothers-to-be. Stress can affect the mind and body, and in pregnancy, stress can place a huge toll on a woman, all of which can have a detrimental effect on mother and baby too. This is a book to teach a mother-to-be gentle ways to handle or banish stress as early as possible in the pregnancy. A calm mother has a positive effect on the baby.
Step by step appropriate exercises to help let go of tension; learn relaxation techniques; right breathing calmness and quieting the mind.
About the Author
Yogi Brahmasamhara (Brahm) has practised Authentic Meditation for more than 37 years. In the mid ‘90s, he began teaching meditation and, today, the Meditation Sanctuary (set up and run by Brahm), attracts hundreds of students each year. The first Sanctuary was established in Leichhardt, Sydney, 15 years ago. Since then and with other teachers, further sanctuaries have been established in New South Wales at Epping, Rozelle, Annandale, Sydney CBD, Double Bay, and in Queensland at Cairns. Brahms first book Awakening, A practical guide to Zen Meditation, was published in 2008.
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I bought this book for my daughter who was living overseas and newly pregnant. She can be a bit of a worrier and had a huge move back to Australia at 7and half months of pregnancy. She found it very interesting and learned some greAt skills which really helped her during the move, in labour and now as a new mum.
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st April 2001
Publisher: Rockpool Publishing
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 15.3