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Undertake a sacred passage into the temple of nature, guided by meditation master and vision quest leader John P. Milton. Since the 1940's, this pioneering spiritual teacher has led over 10,000 vision quests into the wilds of Colorado, the Himalayas, Bali, the Arctic, Mexico, and other sacred sites around the world. Now this pathfinder teachers you a way back to the wilderness within you, to discover how it is connected with the vast and sacred mystery of nature. Recorded live in the remote wilderness of Arizona's Chiricahua mountains, Sky Above, Earth Below gathers together dozens of rare meditations and other practices into a six-stage curriculum you can practice and explore anywhere in nature. Highlights include: why meditation in nature is unequaled in its power to transform our lives, a full-body meditation for the deepest relaxation of your life, how nature's healing energy can wash and renew your body, how to clear and open blocked internal pathways to open them to earth's energy, and a 10-minute practice to restore your internal balance with the natural world.
©1999 John P. Milton (P)1999 Sounds True. All Rights Reserved.
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4 out of 5 stars
By connie on 01-02-09

healing, but with format limitations

Although the audio quality was only fair in many places (due to older files and some meditations taped outdoors), I found this a healing listen. That's a cliche, but this program was more original than 95% of meditation porgrams available - Most seem to repeat the same basic techiniques, cashing in on many consumers'(like me) desire to "have" meditation rather than engage with programs we already bought.

I did have the opportuntiy to listen outdoors - and I think that was an important part of what made these reflections work for me.

The upside of Audible is that we can access Sounds True programs at so low a cost; the downside is that the file format (i.e. one big 9 hour file for an iPod) doesn't suit easy replay of individual meditations - and Milton's are worth repeated listening.

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