A refreshingly simple, straightforward, and enjoyable exploration of the connections between body, breath, awareness, and presence. This user-friendly guidebook will help you be more embodied and awake.
—John Welwood, author of Toward a Psychology of Awakening
Breathe into Being is a most practical, user-friendly yet profound guide to awakening, with simple exercises that blow away the conditioned mind’s veils, allowing one’s inner light to shine forth. I highly recommend it.
—Leonard Laskow, M.D., author of Healing with Love
Dennis Lewis has written a very wise and highly readable book about one of the most fundamental insights of the great spiritual traditions: the breath is a mediator between mind and body, and is a bridge to the transcendent. This is a marvelous guidebook in cultivating awareness and living in the now. All valid spiritual instruction is simple and unadorned—as simple as breathing, as Lewis makes clear in Breathe into Being.
—Larry Dossey, MD, author of Healing Words and The Power of Premonitions
We all know that breathing is essential to life. But this book helps us to discover its immense importance not only to physical life, but to the very meaning of what we are and what we can become.
—Jacob Needleman, author of Why Can’t We Be Good? and The American Soul
Breathe Into Being is both a fun and a must read, a fountain of practical wisdom for self-exploration that is delicious on the tongue of the soul while quenching our thirst for the knowledge of enlightenment. It is perhaps the most important self-help book – in the deeper sense of that expression – to come out in the new millennium.
—Glenn H. Mullin, author of The Fourteen Dalai Lamas: A Sacred Legacy of Reincarnation
—Richard Miller, PhD, author of Yoga Nidra: The Meditative Heart of Yoga is president of the Center of Timeless Being and co-founder of the International Association of Yoga Therapists