The Complete Idiot's Guide to Zen Living

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Penguin, Dec 11, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 368 pages
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As an adult who leads a busy life, you have to deal with the stresses of home, work, and family. The Buddhist idea of Zen seeks to help you reduce stress so that you can remain calm when conflicts arise. This book begins with the basics, telling you what Zen is and how you can use it to deal with the situations that come up in your fast-paced life.
 

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Thank you ,
Seems like this is like my
From. Google, to pinguin, my author s . Books , TV. Network s..
It's comes from one "head".,
And whoever ? And whatever is this all about???
It's really hurting me more now,,,
I didn't mean to offend anybody?
All I wanted is to live like a simple normal human being.,,
Be ME ...,
( I'm tired of changing my emails and password s too)
Being me... ,that hard to believed in anything??? Can't TRUST,?
So call me "IDIOT s" >>> fine. When NOBODY ask permission to me ?
Or inform me?.
But then... Thank you.
 

Contents

Foreword
Dharma 101
Zen Techniques for Zen Living
Part4 Personal
Zen in the Workplace
Manage Your Career by
Bringing It All Back Home
Everyday
Part1 The Future Is the Past Is
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Gary R. McClain, Ph.D., is the co-author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Breaking Bad Habits and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Zen Living. He is a counselor who brings 25 years of experience as a psychologist, educator, and business professional into incorporating the wellness benefits of holistic practices into a Western lifestyle.

Eve Adamson is a veteran pet writer with hundreds of published articles and is contributing editor to Dog Fancy. She is also co-author of several books including The Complete Idiot's Guide to Yoga Illustrated, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Meditation, and Empowering Your Life with Joy.

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