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White Light Meditation, by D. F. Bailey

Reviewed by John L. Murphy

I’m curious about meditative practices outside of a religious framework and ritual observance. I also wonder about those that, as D. F. Bailey’s encourages, expect one to empty the mind. So, the author’s invitation to review his short (e-book as a Kindle) study offered me a chance to learn more.

“White Light” bases its approach on thirty years of crafting by a Canadian writer and a counseling psychologist; this non-theistic, non-mystical orientation is designed to channel, as Chapter Two details, a “universal force of nature” with which to align the meditating mind. Chapter Three defines meditation, categorizes four types, and differentiates White Light Meditation’s “special nature.” Ten steps follow for Chapter Four’s implementation. Chapter One introduces the study and Five wraps it up.

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