ABC of Awareness: Personal Development as the Meaning of Life

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Book Series: Time for Change, Oct 31, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 142 pages
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What drives us as human beings? Why do we exist? What do we strive for? This book explains human development on the basis of easily-understood examples and simple models. It is intended to arouse thinking about your own life and to offer help as to how we can specifically change our lives. The author describes how we can achieve constant harmony and inner peace. The right choice and deliberate pursuing of our own, self-selected goals take on a key role in this so that we can achieve our own goals and not let ourselves be manipulated by others. This book shows ways of achieving a life full of meaning, mental tranquility and the joy of living. And this not as some kind of dropout from any sort of civilization, but rather in the center of daily life - and also not just in a special environment for a few weeks in the year but rather in the middle of our private and profes-sional day-to-day lives as a completely normal human being.

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Juerg Rohrer, born in 1962, grew up in the eastern part of Switzerland. He graduated in Mechanical Engineering at ETH Zurich and worked as an engineer in diverse companies in Switzerland, France, United Kingdom and United States. In 1991 he became professionally self-employed and since that time has worked with his own small enterprises in the areas of environmental technology, counseling and IT. He is now living in Switzerland again. The integration of the highest ethical values into every-thing we do or do not do is of central importance to him. During his work the author constantly meets many people from different cultures in the most varied situations. This has encouraged him to consider the thought that whoever - over a period of time - critically observes himself and his fellow human beings in their everyday situations even-tually cannot avoid the question as to the origins and meaning of our decisions and finally about the meaning of our human life. This of course includes thoughts about ways of achieving a life full of meaning, inner peace and the joy of living. His books arose from these considerations.

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