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Mindfulness for Beginners: The Art of Finding Peace in a Frantic World - cover

Mindfulness for Beginners: The Art of Finding Peace in a Frantic World

Ivan Fernandez

Publisher: Ivan Fernandez

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Why are we so stressed out even though we are living in the MOST abundant era in the entire history of humankind? 
We are now living in a world where millions of brands are trying their best to steal our attention. We get dozen of emails each day. We see our phones hundreds of times each day and feel stressed out and chaotic inside each day. 
What if… 
You have the ability to make yourself feel peaceful, in sync and focused? We are a creature of our environment. What we read, what we watch and who we talk to makes up who we are. And most of the times… we forgot to connect with ourselves. 
Mindfulness for Beginners is not about doing it one day and getting the results for the rest of your life. Nothing works this way. You don't go to the gym for a day and get six packs. You don't skip your meal for a day and lose 30 pounds. You practice it daily. You think about it. It becomes part of you. 
"Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most" - Buddha 
You can have, be, do and get what you want in life if you have the courage to seek for it. Everybody has the same 24 hours. The 1% invest it to learn and the 99% spend it on dumb things. Learning to be mindfulness is an investment. It is a wise investment of your time, energy and willpower. 
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