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on Jan. 29, 2013 :
Sleep Sweet Sleep presents a simplified procedure for a sort of mindfulness meditation. The author has you carry out his procedure with one finger, then the next, etc. There will probably be variations in results, depending on how much is competing in the mind and life of the meditator. A more multidimensional approach was developed by Jon Kabat Zinn. It's taught in hospitals and is described in his book Full Catastrophy Living. It includes yoga. It's surprising to learn that the author banishes insomnia or goes for five days without sleep. I'd like to know how many were involved in any study of that. Most approaches will have some failures.
Still, the Kabat Zinn approach requires eight weeks of training and, usually, a hard cover book. The time and cost of those are much greater than this author's approach. I haven't had enough experience with the method to rate it.
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