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 ‘HAPPY TO BURN’ – written in 1994

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I wrote this book in response to my own confusion when I first began meditation – to clarify the misconceptions and bring together as much information about the practicalities of meditation as I could. Also, I wanted to explain the methods and use exercises to illustrate how to carry them out, so anyone could begin a meditation practice in their own time, and learn at their own pace.  Over 40,000 copies of this book have been downloaded world wide since 2000.

Comments:

‘Your book ‘Happy to Burn’ has given me an understanding of meditation I could not find anywhere else …’
– Alice, Sydney Aust.

‘Your writing is clear and your understanding of meditation has given me a confidence I could not find before …
– Andrew, Buckinghamshire, GB

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 ‘LOVE & IMAGINATION’- written 2002

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This book follows from Happy to Burn, expanding on the methods. As such it is recommended that ‘Happy to Burn’ be read before this book, to give a proper grounding in the meditation methods.

Comments:
Alice from the UK: ‘… I’m amazed that, after having been written about for so long by so many, meditation could have remained so inaccessible to me for so long – until I read your book. Thank you, Mr Wells, for making something so wonderful feel close and accessible to me for the first time.’

‘Health & Wellness’ March 2001 …

… “As the follow-up to ‘Happy to Burn’, and obtainable as a free download from Roger Wells’s website, ‘Love & Imagination’ is an elegant explication of meditation and how to do it. In clear, precise language, the book both inspires and motivates us to meditate, simply by explaining exactly what to do, and why we should do it. A collection of stories, aphorisms and fascinating research into the physiology and psychology of meditation, this book is an inspiring and entertaining read. Right from the first page, it made me want to begin meditating and never stop.”