Zen And You [NOOK Book]

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The concept of Zen is an easy philosophy that I’m presently implementing into my life and have discovered it works really well to allow the natural happiness inside rise to the surface. Name it a life philosophy, call it hints or steps, call it what you will. All I know is I needed to share it with you, the reader, so you are able to likewise implement this school of thought into your life.
Zen is based on simplicity, on being completely “peeled” of the excess that life tends to...
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Zen And You

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Overview

The concept of Zen is an easy philosophy that I’m presently implementing into my life and have discovered it works really well to allow the natural happiness inside rise to the surface. Name it a life philosophy, call it hints or steps, call it what you will. All I know is I needed to share it with you, the reader, so you are able to likewise implement this school of thought into your life.
Zen is based on simplicity, on being completely “peeled” of the excess that life tends to put on us. This may be in the way of mental burdens and strains that are self-imposed, or the burdens and strains of life outside of us. The school of thought is all about returning to the basics, changing back to the natural ebb and flow of life both outside of us and inside.
To live Zen is to live free and glad.
As a baby, you were received into this world free of concern and the weight of the world. You were happy. As a matter of fact, you were born with only 2 fears in life… the fear of falling and the fear of loud disturbances. The rest of the concerns now in your life (which, as you know, are numerous) are self produced.
This will help you return to that natural sense of happiness and contentment in living. It's all about
“Peeling” away the excess, and centering on the natural you.

Table of Contents
Intro
Chapter 1:
Ego and Living In The Here And Now
Chapter 2:
Check Your Emotions
Chapter 3:
Clean It Up
Chapter 4:
Tune In, Up And Interrogate
Chapter 5:
Listen And Discover
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012658456
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 2/16/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 478,205
  • File size: 84 KB

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