The Zen of Sobriety: How to Stop Drinking Without Really Trying

The Zen of Sobriety: How to Stop Drinking Without Really Trying

by William F. McLaughlin
     
 

Zen is a state of mind that's not affected by one thing more than another, resulting in the relaxation of all stress, the enjoyment of all life, and the empowerment of the whole person. Once the body is detoxified, permanent abstention is all mental and emotional - all in your mind. The Zen approach to sobriety is to live above the mind instead of in the mind. It's… See more details below

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Zen is a state of mind that's not affected by one thing more than another, resulting in the relaxation of all stress, the enjoyment of all life, and the empowerment of the whole person. Once the body is detoxified, permanent abstention is all mental and emotional - all in your mind. The Zen approach to sobriety is to live above the mind instead of in the mind. It's not about willpower; it's about know-how. You'll learn to nullify thoughts or feelings for or leading to a drink by keeping a reality-based distance from them. Drinking is living in the mind; abstinence is living above the mind. You live above the storm of doubt and desire. Nothing can upset or disturb you. You live in effortless peace, clarity and alcohol freedom.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781490592695
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/10/2013
Pages:
232
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)

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