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Stoicism: A Timeless Guide to Approach, Master ...
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Stoicism is often misunderstood merely as enduring hardship without complaint, but this is a modern misconception. The ancient Stoics had a much more complex view of life and the world. In Stoicism, we’ll look at the full story, including:The history of the ancient StoicsThe nature of good and evil, virtue and viceThe difference between the things we can control and the things we can’tLiving in the present while dealing with fears of the futureLogic and practical reasoningStoicism´s role in the development of a new state of mindStoicism´s role in the discovery of a new consciousnessHow to hold to ancient beliefs in a modern societyWe all want to live a good life. We want to do our part, enjoy life, and do some good in the world. It sounds simple - and in some sense it is - but tying the big picture to everyday life is often hard. We’re bombarded with images and stories about people who are more beautiful than us, richer than us, more famous than us. We face a world of human frailties - ours and others - that often make life difficult and unpleasant. But we get to decide who we are. We get to decide how we’re going to look at our mistakes. We get to decide how we’re going to look at the insults and injuries others inflict upon us. We get to decide what is important and what is not. In this audiobook, I explain how Stoicism is far richer and deeper than simply enduring hardship without complaint and provide a road map for applying classic Stoic principles in a modern world. My comprehensive guide is an exploration of Stoicism in clear and common language suitable for nonacademic audiences, while also providing a practical guide for living your best life. In it, you’ll learn how to prioritize the things you can control. You’ll learn how to acknowledge insult, injury, and your own past mistakes without 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Adam Day. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/119629/bk_acx0_119629_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.06.2019
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Mental Strength: Think Strong, Live with Intens...
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Do you want to learn how to develop amazing mental toughness, resilience and optimism for succeeding in sports, business and in overall life?If so, then this powerful mental strength audiobook will teach you how to develop a winning mindset for achieving greatness in life.Mental Strength includes the following books:Mental Toughness: The Ultimate Guide to Succeeding in Sports, Business and in LifeStoicism: Simple but Powerful Principles for Living the Good LifeThe first book, Mental Toughness will teach you:How to develop extraordinary confidence, razor sharp focus and a positive mindset.How to develop tremendous resilience to push yourself beyond your self-limitations.How to develop and maintain unbelievable self-control while facing intense pressure and distractions in life.How to powerfully improve your self-image and self-esteem.The second book, Stoicism will teach you how to become a ´´Warrior of the Mind”. You will also learn:The importance of principles in life such as courage, self-discipline and gratitude.How to mentally prepare for challenges in life and how to turn obstacles into opportunities.How to eliminate distractions in life and instead develop greater focus and awareness.Simply, after listening to this powerful Mental Strength audiobook you will develop an ´´unbeatable mind´´ and a true warrior spirit.So are you ready to develop amazing mental toughness, resilience and optimism for succeeding in sports, business and in overall life? Then get this audiobook now! 1. Language: English. Narrator: William Bahl. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/158755/bk_acx0_158755_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 02.08.2019
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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Minding Mortality...
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In this hour, we tend not to talk about death much in North America. Maybe we just don’t have the words to contain something so visceral, so fraught, so absolute. Maybe images are a better way to explore or express our mortality, and our feelings about it. Photographer Sarah Sudhoff has made art out of disease, hospitals, funeral homes, and her own battle with cervical cancer. In a recent body of work she takes a close look at death. An extreme close-up, in fact. Next, although it can be uncomfortable to look death in the face, contemplatives and philosophers have been doing that for millennia. When philosopher William Irvine went looking for a philosophy of life, he stumbled upon the Stoics. Irvine says Stoicism teaches that minding our mortality can help us live a more joyful life.Then, after years of treating people with brain injuries and illnesses, neurosurgeon Eben Alexander fell into a coma in 2008. He was unconsious for a week and says his near death experience gave him an entirely new perspective on life, consciousness and death.After that, although people have long been curious about the experience of death, the science of the question is still young. Dutch cardiologist Pim van Lommel is one of the leading researchers in the field. He says encountering death has had significant impacts for most of the people he´s interviewed in his study of near death experiences. Van Lommel tells Steve Paulson that so much time spent talking death has removed his fear of the end of his life.Every spring in Japan, people crowd under blooming cherry trees. They´re signs of spring, but they´re also remembrances of life´s transience. Master gardener Sadafumi Uchiyama says the blossoms are the quintessential representation of the Japanese principle of mono no aware... beauty in the intertwining of life and death. And finally, Christian Wiman is a poet and editor of Poetry Magazine. In his latest book of poems, Every Riv 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/120523/rt_tbon_120523_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.06.2019
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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Minding Mortality...
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In this hour, we tend not to talk about death much in North America. Maybe we just don’t have the words to contain something so visceral, so fraught, so absolute. Maybe images are a better way to explore or express our mortality, and our feelings about it. Photographer Sarah Sudhoff has made art out of disease, hospitals, funeral homes, and her own battle with cervical cancer. In a recent body of work she takes a close look at death. An extreme close-up, in fact. Next, although it can be uncomfortable to look death in the face, contemplatives and philosophers have been doing that for millennia. When philosopher William Irvine went looking for a philosophy of life, he stumbled upon the Stoics. Irvine says Stoicism teaches that minding our mortality can help us live a more joyful life.Then, after years of treating people with brain injuries and illnesses, neurosurgeon Eben Alexander fell into a coma in 2008. He was unconsious for a week and says his near death experience gave him an entirely new perspective on life, consciousness and death.After that, although people have long been curious about the experience of death, the science of the question is still young. Dutch cardiologist Pim van Lommel is one of the leading researchers in the field. He says encountering death has had significant impacts for most of the people he´s interviewed in his study of near death experiences. Van Lommel tells Steve Paulson that so much time spent talking death has removed his fear of the end of his life.Every spring in Japan, people crowd under blooming cherry trees. They´re signs of spring, but they´re also remembrances of life´s transience. Master gardener Sadafumi Uchiyama says the blossoms are the quintessential representation of the Japanese principle of mono no aware... beauty in the intertwining of life and death. And finally, Christian Wiman is a poet and editor of Poetry Magazine. In his latest book of poems, Every Riv 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Fleming. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/130329/rt_tbon_130329_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 26.06.2019
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