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Jeff Foster | Ending the Inner War: More Meditations for Deep Rest

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Ending the Inner War: More Meditations for Deep Rest

by Jeff Foster

Easy, clear and simple guided mindfulness meditations for finding "deep rest" in the present moment, plus a talk on discovering the "extraordinary in the ordinary", from a popular spiritual teacher. Recorded live in London, January 2019.
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Discovering the Extraordinary in the Ordinary
80:39 album only
2. This Sacred and Unique Moment (Guided Meditation)
27:41 album only
3. Drench the Now in Fascination (Guided Meditation)
18:06 album only
4. The Deep Rest of You (Guided Meditation)
39:07 album only
5. Coming Home... to Yourself (Guided Meditation)
25:13 album only
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Album Notes
“What is meditation? Pure fascination with this moment, exactly as it is…” - Jeff Foster


This is the second professionally-recorded DOUBLE CD SET of meditations from international author/poet/teacher Jeff Foster. Recorded in London, January 2019 in front of a live audience.

A new selection of simple yet powerful meditations designed for everyone, from absolute beginners to advanced meditators, from those who love meditation to those who find it useless and boring! Includes an 80-minute spoken introduction by Jeff on the mystery and magic of meditation, on nonduality and the discovery of the “extraordinary in the ordinary”, and on awakening to Presence. Jeff speaks about his personal journey from suffering and shame to awe, wonder and aliveness...

Through four gentle, restful and playful guided meditations, you will be invited to stop trying to fix yourself, awaken yourself, or perfect yourself in any way, and instead sink deeply into the present moment, embracing its apparent ‘imperfections’. You will be invited to drench your thoughts, sensations and feelings with fascinated attention, to flush your boredom, fear, joy and sorrow with loving awareness, to breathe into the Now, without trying to change it or even free yourself from it.

You will be guided into a sacred field of deep permission and radical self-acceptance, into a surrender in which even your resistance, your non-acceptance, your “No” to life, is fully welcome.

And you may discover: There is absolutely nothing wrong with you! You are perfect, exactly as you are, in this moment of your life. You are exactly where you need to be, right now. You are always held in life’s infinite embrace...

Join Jeff, and slow down to the pace of life...

Jeff Foster studied Astrophysics at Cambridge University. In his mid-twenties, after a long period of depression and illness, he became addicted to the idea of ‘spiritual enlightenment’ and embarked on an intensive spiritual quest for the ultimate truth of existence. The spiritual search came crashing down with the clear recognition of the non-dual nature of everything, and the discovery of the extraordinary in the ordinary. In the clarity of this seeing, life became what it always was: intimate, open, loving and spontaneous, and Jeff was left with a deep understanding of the root illusion behind all human suffering, and a love of the present moment. Jeff was voted #59 on Watkins Review’s list of the world’s 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People. Jeff has published five books in over ten languages. His latest book “The Joy of True Meditation: Words of Encouragement for Tired Minds and Wild Hearts” is published by New Sarum Press (2019).



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