Learning to Dance Inside: Getting to the Heart of Meditation

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learning to
dance inside

Getting to the Heart of Meditation

George Fowler

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Table of contents

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  • Also by George Fowler *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction xv
  • 1 - How It Happened for Me 1
  • 2 - Meditation Works 9
  • 3 - Examples of Its Results 17
  • 4 - A Glimpse of the Goal 25
  • 5 - An Overview of the Process 33
  • 6 - It's a Spiritual Universe 45
  • 7 - Retooling Religious Ideas 53
  • 8 - Beyond Religious Stories 67
  • 9 - The Underlying Fact 75
  • 10 - A New Way of Finding God 91
  • 11 - Two Clarifications 101
  • 12 - Breakthrough! 109
  • 13 - The Evolution of Dawn 121
  • 14 - Getting Started 129
  • 15 - Keeping the Vision 143
  • 16 - Sunrise 153
  • Epilogue 161
  • Appendix A - Spiritual Reading 163
  • Appendix B - Keeping a Spiritual Journal 173
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