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Dee Willock

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The writer and meditation instructor Dee Willock explains meditation and discusses her book Falling Into Easy: Help For Those Who Can’t Meditate (O Books, 2012), with Joseph Planta.

Falling Into Easy: Help For Those Who Can’t Meditate by Dee Willock. (O Books, 2012)

Click to buy this book from Amazon.ca: Falling Into Easy: Help For Those Who Can’t Meditate

Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:

I am Planta: On the Line, in Vancouver at TheCommentary.ca.

We’re going to talk meditation now with Dee Willock. She’s a local instructor on meditation, and the author of a new book, Falling Into Easy: Help for Those Who Can’t Meditate. Meditation is something we hear a lot about, especially the benefits derived from it. There is a bit of a stigma, perhaps it’s seen as a waste of time, new age, or even mystical. But there’s a way it can work, and Ms. Willock in this book tells us what they are and how. We’ll ask her now what those are, how meditation has affected her life, and what are some of the tips she’s got as to how to go about clearing one’s mind, relaxing, and meditating for a better you. The book is accessible and practical. Dee Willock’s website is at www.fallingintoeasy.com and the book is published by O Books. She’s taught meditation and yoga for over 25 years. Please welcome to the Planta: On the Line program, Dee Willock; Ms. Willock, good morning.