After basic meditation instruction - which is easy enough, since there is so little to know or remember - and maybe even the purchase of a fancy meditation cushion or a snazzy bench, something keeps us from doing it. Even for ten minutes a day. Suddenly that ten minutes seems utterly precious and needed for some other activity. The resistance can manifest itself in numberless doubts and questions, which we invest in and thus feed our belief in our own inadequacy.
Cheri Huber won't let us get out of it that easily. Here she is in her conversational, humorous style, answering some of the most frequently-asked questions about starting and maintaining a regular practice of sitting meditation. Her answers are direct, to the point, and unsparing. She addresses each question generously and practically, while also calling attention to the potential resistance underlying each of them.