Over the summer I wrote a book. The idea was presented to me by the publisher, who had decided that they needed a daily practice guide based on Buddhist teachings, and they wanted me essentially to fill in the blanks.
It turned out to be a bit more involved than that, because their original outline wasn’t realistic. So we worked together to create a new outline, and the book ended up having four components: brief guides to meditation, reflections, mantras, and quotes from the Buddha.
Almost half of the entries are meditations, and I have to say I particularly enjoyed having to come up with something like 160 distinct approaches to meditation. The reviews so far have been excellent. Even very experienced meditators have said they they’ll be turning to it for inspiration.
The Kindle edition is now available. Using the same link you can order the paperback version, which gets released on the 4th of January.
It’s not yet available on Apple Books or the Kobo store.
I consider Amazon to be a pretty awful company, so please do consider supporting your local bookshop buy pre-ordering there.
Publisher: Rockridge Press (January 4, 2022)
Paperback: 264 pages