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Emotional Chaos to Clarity: Move from the Chaos of the Reactive Mind to… (udgave 2013)

af Phillip Moffitt

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"No matter how hard we try, life is often difficult, disappointing, and stressful. Consequently, we are often in the turmoil of emotional chaos resulting from a reactive mind that is grasping and fearful. But in this inspiring and prescriptive book, Phillip Moffitt shows us how to move from emotional chaos of the reactive mind to the clarity of the responsive mind. This is what Moffitt calls skillful living and it empowers us to live more satisfying lives and move towards our goals without fear. Elegantly written with both precision and passion, Emotional Chaos to Clarity puts a finger on challenges experienced by nearly everyone. It's uplifting message and down-to-earth advice speaks to readers of Eckhart Tolle, Jack Kornfield, and Byron Katie"--… (mere)
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Titel:Emotional Chaos to Clarity: Move from the Chaos of the Reactive Mind to the Clarity of the Responsive Mind
Forfattere:Phillip Moffitt
Info:Plume (2013), Paperback, 304 pages
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Nøgleord:mindfulness, values, intention, priorities

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Emotional Chaos to Clarity: How to Live More Skillfully, Make Better Decisions, and Find Purpose in Life af Phillip Moffitt

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"No matter how hard we try, life is often difficult, disappointing, and stressful. Consequently, we are often in the turmoil of emotional chaos resulting from a reactive mind that is grasping and fearful. But in this inspiring and prescriptive book, Phillip Moffitt shows us how to move from emotional chaos of the reactive mind to the clarity of the responsive mind. This is what Moffitt calls skillful living and it empowers us to live more satisfying lives and move towards our goals without fear. Elegantly written with both precision and passion, Emotional Chaos to Clarity puts a finger on challenges experienced by nearly everyone. It's uplifting message and down-to-earth advice speaks to readers of Eckhart Tolle, Jack Kornfield, and Byron Katie"--

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