Explore the art of Buddhism and achieve inner peace with this practical beginner's guide.
Do you want to learn about the incredible Buddhist philosophy that has existed for thousands of years? Are you looking for practical, all-natural ways to transform your mindset, relieve anxiety, and reduce stress? Do you have a desire to connect with your deeper self, achieve spiritual awakening, and find inner peace? Then it's time to read this book.
Buddhism is a powerful and profound philosophy that has shaped countless cultures throughout history. Drawing on simple techniques and mindsets, it offers the cure to stress and anxiety with the use of mindfulness meditation.
This practical beginner's guide draws on ancient Buddhist teachings, providing a step-by-step guide for using Buddhism in the modern world. Whether you suffer from anxiety, stress, worry or depression, you'll learn how to harness the wisdom of Zen to calm your mind and promote feelings of peace, wellness, and tranquility.
Plus, you'll also uncover a comprehensive overview of Buddhism history and the fundamental ideas at the core of this ancient philosophy.
Here's just a little of what you'll discover:
- Why Buddhism is The Secret to Unlocking Inner Peace and Finding Harmony
- A Detailed Exploration of Buddhist Teachings and Origins
- Understanding The Eightfold Path, The Four Noble Truths, Karma and More
- 5 Steps for Beginning Your Journey with Meditation
- Practical Methods for Overcoming Anxiety, Stress, Anger and Depression
- How To Draw on Zen and Mindfulness Meditation to Put Your Mind at Ease
- Tips For Freeing Your Mind with Meditation and Mantras
- How You Can Teach Buddhism To Your Kids
And So Much More...
Don't settle for feeling stressed and anxious. Free yourself from the negativity and energy of the modern world by embracing the ancient Buddhist philosophy. Even if you're new to spirituality, this guidebook uses step-by-step formulas and easy-to-follow advice to provide you with the knowledge to break free and find inner peace.
About the Author
Sarah Allen is the author of What Stars Are Made Of, and has also been published in The Evansville Review, Cicada, and on WritersDigest.com. She grew up in the mountains of Utah where she got one MFA, and because she's a little bit crazy, she's now at work on a second MFA in the tropics of Florida. Other than writing poetry and books for children, she can be found singing show tunes too loudly, watching David Attenborough documentaries or, like Olivia and Ruth, hunting for treasure. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram!