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Holy Wow! The Blessing Is Being Here, Volume 1 by Dana St. Claire takes readers on a fascinating journey in accepting their passions and talents, fears and misgivings, and living a human life. Every human being is different and the author's profound insights will guide them towards meditation, its depth, and dimensionality. Meditation is a practice that can help to quieten the mind and discover the real self in a positive way. The author speaks about what got her into meditation, how it was an influence on The Beatles, and how them visiting India and meditation with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was what encouraged the author to start meditation since, initially, there was no spiritual urge or divine guidance.
Dana St. Claire's spiritual journey is meditative and laced with humor, giving readers a rewarding experience. She also speaks about how practicing meditation on a regular basis is a good way to clear the mind of chatter and general anxiety. The author's experiences after making meditation a regular practice, and her Nature of the Soul Classes, take readers to another dimension and will encourage them to find their own path. The book will also make readers realize how the good and bad in their lives, the unique characters, opportunities, self-inflicted limitations, and ego-driven vexations depend solely on their interpretation. Holy Wow! is inspiring and informative for readers who want to start practicing meditation as it speaks about all aspects of it methodically, encouraging readers to make it a daily practice.