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The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death, by JJ Semple offers startling revelations on the yet-to-be appreciated powers of meditation. If you're a journalist and would like to learn more, simply email your reviewer credential to the publisher and Life Force Books will send you a free copy to review.

The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death

The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death

Life Force Books announces "The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death", by JJ Semple, a breakthrough book on the power of meditation.

Curious about the hidden powers of the body? Interested in recent discoveries on meditation? Want to know more about improving concentration, reducing stress, increasing productivity? Did you know that Transcendental Meditation™ (TM) has improved test scores in schools across the country? That schools are beginning to buy into the benefits of meditation? And that's only the beginning. "The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death" covers many hitherto secret topics on meditation science.

"The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death" is a must-have book for every Yoga and Meditation teacher and anyone who practices meditation. Not only does this book examine the future of meditation, it reveals the inner workings of its most closely guarded, least understood secret--the backward-flowing method. What is the backward-flowing method? Obtain a review copy. Find out how the backward-flowing method triggers the release of Life Force energy throughout the whole body, how the secrets revealed in this book take meditation way beyond TM™. Some of the topics covered in this book:

  •     Preparing for death. Death with dignity and without fear;
  •     Overcoming addiction;
  •     Acquiring metanormal powers;
  •     Activating the Life Force;
  •     Plain ol' curiosity: What is the backward-flowing method?

These topics are timely, and contained in one book they reveal the full potential of meditation, a science in its infancy, whose benefits are only now beginning to be appreciated.

Free Copies to Qualified Reviewers.
The official release date for "The Backward-Flowing Method" is December 2008. Be one of the first reviewers to get a free copy. Only 50 copies will be distributed. Get a copy while the book's still in pre-publication. Be part of the movement to get the scientific facts about meditation in front of the public. Review this breakthrough book on meditation science now. Submit your reviewer credential to Life Force Books and you'll receive your copy in the mail. Please include your name, address, email, telephone number and the name and contact information for the media outlet you represent.

The Backward-Flowing Method and Death:
Scared to death of dying? You don't have to be. Death is a natural occurrence, yet most people don't realize they can plan for it while still alive. By learning the backward-flowing method, a powerful meditation technique, the reader will master the secrets to prolonging life and practice the procedures used by the ancient adepts to prepare for death. This is not some sort of morbid philosophy or ritual; it's an update of the techniques first described in "The Tibetan Book of the Dead". Modernized by the author, these techniques involve advanced self-awareness exercises used by the Tibetans in preparing for death. Learn the secrets of Tibetan and Chinese alchemy. Discover the true Secrets of Life and Death. Get ready for the inevitable while there's still time.

The Backward-Flowing Method and Addiction:
This book also contains vital information on the nature of addiction and proposes a revolutionary means of overcoming it. Did you know that all addicts--dopers, drinkers, smokers, eaters, gamblers, shoppers, lechers--pursue their addictions to trigger the dopamine response? That's the element they crave; it isn't heroin, or sex, or alcohol, or tobacco, per se; it's dopamine, a chemical element the body produces and releases into the brain to satisfy a craving. In effect, the reward or payoff takes place in the brain, not the penis, or the stomach, or any other part of the body. Most methods of fighting addiction are based on reprogramming or behavior modification--a process that "trains" the addict to replace his bad habits with good ones. Reprogramming has a low rate of success and a high rate of recidivism. The backward-flowing method, on the other hand, doesn't use behavior modification. It uses sublimation, a process that alleviates the cravings the addict feels.


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