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The Urban Monk
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He truly is an Urban Monk and his friendly style takes us all along for the ride. If you deal with stress, time constraints, and the challenges of a busy life, this book is a must-read. Lifestyle is the key. The Urban Monk elegantly lays out a balanced way of life that can not only bring us back to health, but help us relax and smile while we do it. I highly recommend this book to anyone trying to get healthy in our fast-paced world.
The world needs you to step into your greatness. That means learning to get out of your own way. You need to master your breath, balance body and mind, and gain clarity on your direction in life. My students are happier, healthier, and more productive. They are calm and focused.
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Cancel anytime. Pedram Shojai is best known as the Urban Monk, a dynamic teacher who's helped thousands of people create more time, energy, and passion with modern hacks for well-being. This ground-breaking new book combines the best of Compassion-Focused Therapy with the most effective mindfulness techniques. The result is an extremely effective approach to overcoming everyday emotional and psychological problems and improving one's sense of well being. Instead of lecturing you, it tells stories that stick to your ribs and light your fire. It will help you to create a culture that consistently delivers remarkable innovations. The Art of Stopping Time guides the listener through practices to help busy people practice mindfulness and a slowing of time wherever they might be: in the shower, sitting in traffic, or dealing with an overflowing inbox.
Look Inside. Oct 24, ISBN Feb 02, ISBN In this New York Times bestseller, you will discover how the calmness of Zen masters can help you stop time, refuel, and focus on the things that really matter. Our world is an overwhelming place. Technology brings endless information to our fingertips, but the one thing we really want—a sense of satisfaction and contentment—remains out of reach.