June 20, 2016
In Western Culture, the subject of Meditation conjures all types of varying pictures.
In Easter Culture, the value of Meditation has been known for thousands of years, and it’s become a staple of many a discipline, and with good reason.
Meditation is something that is many things for many individuals. For our purposes here, meditation is seen as a tool, for starters, although it is much, much more.
In Meditation For Warriors- Practical Mediation For Cops, Soldiers & Martial Artists – By Loren W. Christensen, the author showcases how simple meditation and all of its intricacies can be carried out when applied.
Though Christensen acknowledges that meditation can be quite complex – if the individual so chooses – the author chooses to make things much easier to follow when he shows us not only why meditation is useful, but also why it’s needed.
The book also features extensive anecdotes from numerous individuals and what each has garnered from this tool.
Not only does Christensen give us countless tips to hone our meditation skills, but he also gives us a step by step process of how to follow each example he enumerates.
From delving lightly into how important the subconscious mind is, to also tackling the importance of breath control, the author takes a rather in-depth approach into many of the abstruse areas of meditation. The issue of negative thinking is also given a cursory glance, while the author also harpoons various methods of meditation available and the many intricacies of those therein.
All in all, the book is really useful for anyone wishing to explore the subject of meditation if they are not familiar with the subject. It’s methodical, easy-to follow and simple approach makes an abstruse subject such as meditation rather easy to learn about.
Meditation is a tool that is as great and powerful as its precision of use. This book helps the individual employ this tool and its effect will be proportional to the drive the individual employs in its application.