First You Sigh

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Want to meditate but have tried and nothing happens? Want the voice in your head to stop talking? Want to find a book that explains how to meditate in understandable words? This book is for you. It can turn the questions into answers and inspire you to move forward in your personal growth. Learn to release that which you do not need, to quiet the chatter in your mind and learn to honor your Self. More

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About Beth Johnson

Beth Johnson is a native Texan whose grassroot approach to spirituality and meditation will thrill the hearts of those who read this book. She lives in the beautiful Texas Hill Country with her beloved husband, dogs, cats and horses and regularly gives her time to anyone or any group that is seeking a path inward.

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Review by: Patricia Cayce on Sep. 30, 2011 :
This book was given to me in print by a friend that was into meditation and knew I was having problems. When I found out it was online for free I couldn't believe it. This book is a treasure. Not only did it help me understand why I wasn't getting the satisfaction I sought in meditation, it taught me, in the simplest terms, how to go inside and find the quiet harmony and peace I was seeking. Happily, it was a great read as well, using humor and wonderful insights into the author's own journey, to weave a spell that kept me intrigued and entertained to the last page. I'm daily trying to use the techniques I learned in the book to manifest a new outlook and a new joyful life. The benefits runneth over into my marriage, my job and my relationships with others. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a better and simpler way to uplift the Soul and illuminate the Spirit that easily fits into any lifestyle. I would also recommend it to anyone just looking for a really good story with laughter and up and down situations that anyone can identify with. Thankfully, P. Cayce
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