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- A 21-Day Challenge to Awaken and Find Happiness, Love, Freedom & Wisdom - Stop Worrying, Reduce Stress, Find True Fulfillment & Learn How to Not Give a Shit
- Narrated by: Michael Hatak
- Length: 1 hr and 46 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Categories: Relationships, Parenting & Personal Development, Personal Development
The roots of mindfulness come from Buddhism, which is a belief system that is more than 2,000 years old. Ancient scriptures hold Buddha's teachings, and one verse begins with the following idea: Mindfulness is the way to enlightenment.
While most philosophical minds claimed that enlightenment came through an accumulation of ideas, the Buddha believed humankind could only achieve enlightenment through being mindful of every personal experience.
Mindfulness practice removes our lives from "autopilot" and opens up a brand new way of living that increases attentiveness, confidence, self-awareness, decisiveness, and keeps us grounded. Through mindfulness, we learn a more effective way to deal with life's hazards and get more enjoyment from the smallest pleasures in our lives. In essences, we find the key to unlocking our full potential.
There are eight ways to develop our minds in order to liberate ourselves. This audiobook uses these notions of mindfulness to construct a path for you to maneuver through modern society.
Let us begin our 21-day journey to a life filled with the richness of mindfulness.
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- A. Harris
Mostly useless dribble.
Says a lot of words without really saying anything. The first half is useless, the second half is slightly interesting.