Richard Dewey, founder of Humanist Meditation, in an Interview with BNI Accelerators AZ – Explaining “Equanimity for Humanity”.
Richard Explains Humanist Meditation in Interview with HSGP Sunday Speaker Event
The book that got me started – Possibly the first book published from a western scientist regarding the physiological effects of meditation:
- Herbert Benson and Miriam Z. Klipper (1975), The Relaxation Response: HarperCollins. Secular Meditation book – An excellent resource for anyone interested in learning a wide perspective on meditation practice from a scientific and Humanist perspective.
Other books I recommend:
- Rick Heller and Greg Epstein (2015), Secular Meditation: 32 Practices for Cultivating Inner Peace, Compassion, and Joy – A Guide from the Humanist Community at Harvard: New World Library. Starter Meditation book – A great way for beginners to learn meditation from a former skeptic.
- Dan Harris, Jeffery Warren, Carlye Adler (2017), Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics: A 10% Happier How-to Book: Harmony. The science of meditation – To learn more about the science of meditation and how to practice more effectively, this is a great addition to your reading list.
- Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson (2017), Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain, and Body: Penguin Random House LLC. Humanism – A fun introduction.
- Jennifer Hancock (2011), Jen Hancock’s Handy Humanism Handbook: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Humanism – A comprehensive guide.
- Roy Speckhardt (2015), Creating Change Through Humanism: Humanist Press.
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