This booklet could have been considerably better. The writing is disjointed and actually feels more like the author copied the concepts from the sources listed in the bibliography, rather than writing from a place of comfort and understanding of the process. In some places, the reader was given far too much explanation, and in others far too little. If the work was intended to be short, it probably should not have contained the chakra work, since it couldn't be treated fully enough in such a short space to do the average reader much good. I'm also not quite sure what makes this a Wiccan guide to meditation as opposed to any other sort. I will say I was pleasantly surprised by the relative lack of spelling and grammar errors. Far too many 99-cent offerings appear to have been edited by a third grader, if at all--this one was refreshing in that regard. And finally, the formatting wasn't that great, but it really wasn't the worst I've seen, by far.
Overall, it's not too bad, but it assumes the reader knows at least a little, so is not strictly a beginner's book, even as it seems to be written as an overview of meditation practices. It feels as though the author hasn't decided on a target audience. It was free when I acquired it; I'll probably keep it until the Kindle is full, at least.