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The Art of Not Doing: How to Achieve Inner Peace and a Clear Mind
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0955936497, Paperback)Those familiar with the work of Thich Nhat Hanh appreciate how living in the present moment can allow the amazing potential of the human mind to unfold. Inside your mind is a storehouse of absolute clarity, stillness and peace. It has always been there, and always will be. It is with you, now – waiting for you to discover it. Freedom from stress and anxiety. The source of true happiness and fulfilment. Most of us have congested minds and freeing up mental space allows our thinking processes to be clearer and increasingly creative. Much more than that, we can discover a “supercharged state of consciousness” - the start of realising our full potential as human beings. Applying the universal law of cause and effect, it is possible to change our lives and embark on the most important journey we will ever make – self-discovery. Simple mental techniques can increase our energy and mental clarity. And by gaining a much greater understanding of ourselves, and everything and everyone around us,life's experience is deepened and enriched. Self-esteem improves. Discover secrets of successful meditation, a valuable aid in finding inner serenity, and how to avoid the pitfalls that can beset both beginners and even the more experienced in meditation. Being busy is part of our modern world but it so easily leads to imbalance, which can impact on our health and well-being. Avoiding activity is not the answer. Mere relaxation by itself is not enough. The Art of Not Doing provides the means to balance both inner and outer life.This is not a temporary fix but an answer to achieving a clear mind and increasing fulfilment – for good.
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