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Learn How Zen Can Transform Your Life Today!

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!

©2016 Elias Axmar (P)2016 Elias Axmar

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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.

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Good Presentation

This book presents Zen Buddhism as a form of personal therapy. The author actually says, "Our Zen training is designed to enable us to live comfortable lives.

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My Words Would Not Do Justice

My words would not do justice to this book. All I can say is that it has been one of the most down to earth books I have read about Zen.

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Really Great

It is really a great book if you want to know more about Zen and not feel like you have to struggle through every page to understand what the author is saying.

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I'm Impressed

This book opened my eyes. It is explained in a simple language when I listen to it I felt like the author was talking to me and all I had to do was kick back and listen.

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Great Overview

One of my preferred intro to mindfulness works. I give it as a gift to friends and family. Check it out

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Zen Lifestyle

The author has a great way to bring you into her thoughts and ideas and make it understandable. This is the best book on Zen I have ever encountered.

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The Best

I really liked this book. Lots of great penetrations and practical advice into the practice of Zen. Beck puts things simply. It is easy to follow and understand.

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It is a Good Start For Me

I've read a bunch of books on Zen and on other lineages and looked through a bunch more, and this is really the one that has spoken to me the most, by far. It's specific, wise, relevant, and somehow just usually brings things home in a way that others don't.

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Brilliant

Brilliant and simple; yet, right to the point. If you're truly interested in Zen philosophy, this book is a must!