Zen: How to Live Your Life the Zen Way - Beginners Guide for Zen Meditation
- Narrated by: Richard Rosser
- Length: 33 mins
- Release date: 21-03-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Elias Axmar
This audiobook contains actionable information on how to live the Zen way.
Peace and happiness are what all of us desire from deep within, and the good news is that you can make your life completely blissful and peaceful. The perfect way to do that is by following Zen, which is a popular branch of Buddhism.
By following Zen and Zen meditation, you can easily infuse everything happy and positive into your life because Zen helps you cleanse your mind and body of negativities and all the elements that produce negativity. If this intrigues you and you're interested in finding out more about Zen, this guide will serve as your ultimate aide.
This book looks closely into what Zen is, how you can practice it, its benefits along with the challenges you are likely to face while practicing Zen in the start and some wonderful strategies to help you overcome those difficulties. So, get started with it and discover the amazing power of Zen.
Within this book, you'll find the answers to these questions and more. Just some of the questions and topics covered include
Understanding Zen and Zen Meditation
Teachings of Zen
The Four Noble Truths
How Zen Improves Your Quality of Life
Zen in Daily Life
How to Perform Zazen
Challenges Faced While Practicing Zen and Strategies to Overcome Them
And much more!
Listen to the audiobook today and begin to incorporate Zen in your life!
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Brian Clark on 22-02-18
Great for Beginners!
I found this book to be very informative without being overwhelming. It did a great job of explaining things in a way a beginner could understand while also pointing the way to a deeper exploration, if one so desires.
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By Mark on 28-09-17
Handy Book For ZEN
This is the real Zen, beautifully and simply explained, as Zen is intended to be. You will find here no complex academic and/or theoretical frameworks, as these have nothing to do with Zen. Thank you, author, for this illuminating book.