Self-help in the western world is usually rooted in complicated processes like visualization, empowerment workshops, and a pursuit of materialism. However, Buddhists have always known a better way...
… that the attainment of clarity and happiness is about truly living in the present moment, which in turn, actually makes it much easier to obtain what you want in life.
In the hustle and bustle of modern society, achieving quiet peace-of-mind isn’t always so easy – in fact, it’s often quite difficult. While there are plenty of faraway resorts you can visit to cool your mental jets, these places are mostly temporary reprieves. You spend a week or two at one, start to feel better, and when you get back to your everyday life those same stresses swarm your mind all over again.
That brings us back to the beauty of Buddhism.
Because by learning and adhering to the lessons in The No-Nonsense Guide to Buddhism and Eastern Philosophy
, you’ll learn you don’t have to travel to a remote cave, mountain, or desert to achieve a serene sense of calm.
The relaxed, quiet confidence you seek is already inside you. All you have to do is learn to tap into it.
Within my book you’ll discover the core components of achieving happiness, anywhere at any time through:
- Creating a state of mindfulness throughout the day
- Learning how to meditate
- Fostering healthier relationships
- Healing from pain and trauma
- Unburdening yourself from intrusive negative thoughts.
And while we primarily focus on Buddhist teachings throughout the book – particularly as they relate to mindfulness and meditation - we also provide key insights and ideas from Taoism, Jainism, Sikhism and Hinduism.
Think of it this way:
We’ve taken 5 of the world’s most powerful philosophies for achieving happiness, and captured their most relevant and effective teachings – while filtering out the confusing jargon. We've then shaped them into a high-practical, easy-to-follow guide for improving your life.