The meditator’s handbook

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Buddhism | No Comments

Update: The Meditator’s Handbook is now available!


Over the last year or so, many people have been in touch to ask me questions about meditation, or joined my mailing list to be kept informed of the materials I’m providing in that arena.

Since it’s now been a year since I hosted the My Buddhist Life 28 Day Meditation Challenge, I figure I need to do something else.

Putting together a proper guide to meditating has been one of the many projects I’ve been meaning to do for ages. I’ve recently been getting twitchy because I haven’t gotten around to it yet, despite having all the source material written for months.

And then I got an email inviting me to join the Fizzle ‘30-day Just Ship It challenge‘. So I signed up.

I’m now putting the finishing touches to the My Buddhist Life Meditator’s Handbook. It will be live on this site in early February!

How it works

The handbook is based on what you’ve told me you want to do in meditation. It teaches you how to:

  • meditate if you’ve never done it before
  • establish a daily practice
  • take your daily practice much deeper

It’s written in a way so that you can skip straight to where you are in your journey. You won’t need to read about how to meditate if what you need to learn right now is how to take your practice deeper.

I’ve gathered teachings from traditional Buddhism and explained them using straightforward language. First and foremost, it’s designed to be used. That’s why I’ve called it a handbook.

The people on my mailing list will get the first chance to buy it and the best deal (don’t worry if you’re already on another of my mailing lists – you’ll get the same deal).

If you haven’t already, please join the list and get your 2014 off to a flying start!


Did you know The Meditator's Handbook is out? It has everything you need to set up and maintain an effective meditation practice. Check it out!


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