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Summary of Think Like a Monk - by ay Shetty - Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day - A Comprehensive Summary - cover

Summary of Think Like a Monk - by ay Shetty - Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day - A Comprehensive Summary

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Publisher: Ben Business Group LLC

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Summary of Think Like a Monk

Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day, was written by former monk Jay Shetty. In this book, you will learn the tenets of the monastery, and how to cultivate the same sense of peace and purpose in your own daily life.
In Part I, you will learn how to let go of the negativity and fear that plagues your everyday life, and learn instead to embrace intention as you find your values and use them to root your identity.
In Part II, you will learn how to grow by finding your purpose, creating a routine that inspires beauty, taking control of your mind, and managing your ego. In addition to finding your dharma, you will also learn the importance of humility and mind control, and how to accomplish these things.
In Part III, you will learn how to give back. Through service, you will understand the importance of gratitude. You will also learn how to deepen your relationships and find love that awakens, rather than destroys.
Throughout the book, there are visualization methods, breathing meditations, and mantras to practice as you embrace your new journey of peace and purpose.

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