Wondering what meditation is all about?
Tried it once and think you can’t do it?
Have a practice that needs reinvigorating?
This CD was made for you!
Yes, you CAN meditate. Over the past twenty years, both as a senior faculty member at Kripalu Center (www.Kripalu.org) and in workshops around the world, Bhavani Lorraine Nelson has guided thousands of people into meditation with these simple, clear, user-friendly instructions. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll be able to begin to let the thoughts in your mind just swim by, leaving you with greater clarity and peace.
The CD is designed to continue to be helpful in your practice because you can program it to provide just the tracks you need as you progress. It also includes three bonus tracks with added tips and information.
Bhavani Lorraine Nelson has been practicing and teaching various forms of meditation since 1966. She counts as teachers and guides on her meditation journey Dr. Kenneth G. Mills, Yogi Amrit Desai, Sharon Salzberg, Joseph Goldstein, Sylvia Boorstein, Ruth Dennison, Jack Kornfield, Pema Chodron, Lama Surya Das, Thomas Ashley-Farrand (Namadeva), and Russill Paul.
Also since the 1960s, Bhavani has been a professional singer/songwriter in the folk idiom, performing in concert settings and clubs in major cities in the US, Europe, Mexico, Japan, and Iceland. Her heart-opening performances soothe and inspire audiences of all ages.
She discovered Sanskrit chanting through Ram Das in 1970 and has since practiced and led both Sanskrit and ecumenical chanting in worship services in churches and other venues.
Bhavani now offers experiential workshops throughout the world from her home base at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, MA, with which she has been aligned since 1988. She teaches workshops on the power of the voice, including sounding, singing, chanting, sound healing, and public speaking, as well as many kinds of meditation and yogic tools to transform stress. She has conducted inspirational seminars, sounding experiences, and vocal coaching in educational, medical, corporate, and religious settings.