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Equanimous By Michael Paul Stephens
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Written by Michael Paul Stephens and channeled by his wife, Orranut, Equanimous is a revolutionary book featuring a gripping dialogue of why we are here and what we can do about it. A conversation... More > between Michael and his spirit guide Master Jacob delivers fast paced text with astonishing revelations on every page asking life’s biggest questions and receiving some remarkable answers. From the awe-inspiring account of the universe’s birth and the extraordinary testimony of humanity’s previously unknown evolution, to dramatic revelations regarding to the lives of Buddha and Jesus Christ, Equanimous unfurls our forgotten energetic heritage, illuminating both the past causes of humanity’s modern tribulations and the enormous contribution you can personally make to earth’s golden future. Equanimous asks us to leave behind the old interpretations of God, evolution and human purpose and face a simple human challenge: Do you dare to have no fear?< Less
Playlists For Equanimity By Alexis Goodreau
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This is a musical journey through one girl's years in high school. Filled with 25 playlists and maybe even occasional wit, it's a good book for anyone that loves music and might be looking for... More > something new to listen to.< Less
Playlists For Equanimity By Alexis Goodreau
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This is a musical journey through one girl's years in high school. Filled with 25 playlists and maybe even occasional wit, it's a good book for anyone that loves music and might be looking for... More > something new to listen to.< Less
The Complete Book On Equanimity and Peace By Young Kim
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This is my heartfelt book on how I recovered my mind to return to a place of peace and equanimity. I discussed in detail how one's mind is the problem, and one's choosing to believe in negative... More > thoughts which create suffering. I also explored the science of happiness and what makes people generally feel content. I also wrote at length about how I feel modern society in general creates an atmosphere where most people will feel miserable. Modern society, with its advertising machines, make people feel discontent, and create endless desires...where people generally feel they can never achieve enough or have enough to be happy. Society leads people away from the present moment, and thus makes people endure endless suffering. I explored different philosophies like Taoism, Stoicism, and Buddhism and how some of the lessons can help us learn to live our lives with more integrity and happiness. I hope this book can help others feel better.< Less
The Complete Book on Equanimity and Peace By Young Kim
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This is a book which explores how to life a live with a lot less suffering and anxiety. It tries to answer the question as to how and why modern society programs its citizens for unhappiness. It... More > talks about the dangers of listening to main stream media and argues that advertising is so dangerous to one's peace of mind. There are many strategies of how to change one's thought processes to have less attachments to the material world. The book explores the science of happiness and what makes people content in general. The book addresses how the primary battle in this life is not with other people but mainly with one's own mind. There are various philosophies brought up including Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity, and Stoicism. It is discussed how many of the timeless messages can be of service in one's life during difficult periods. The book argues that the goal of spiritual awakening is paramount to one's lasting bliss and happiness. Finally, the book maintains that we are one universal consciousness.< Less
Zen, Banking & the Rocky Road To Equanimity By James Gibbs
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Essays opening with an accounted experience of the Asian tsunami in Srilanka,the author seeking a way of better understanding the nature of Buddism follows signs and dreams and attains an aethetic... More > experience in Oman in 2007 to change direction in the practice and study of Zen in Australia and Asia. Along with sketches as a street hawk, the Levanthian banking system, living with mad dogs and lusting land ladies; Zen Banking and the Rocky Road to Equinimity is recomended for any who may harbour doubts in the inexplicable selfworking remedy of meditation.< Less
Blue Marble Memory By Denise Flora
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With amazing photographs taken up close and others taken far above the earth, this little book helps us see ourselves as interconnected and evolving. The text gives a poetic voice to an imperfect... More > raindrop and shows that a little forgiveness goes a long way as we share our days and our planet.< Less
The Creature From Craigslist By Brian Davis
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A seven month trial of patience and equanimity, living with the worst roommate of all time.
Funny Conversations: The Politics of Happiness By Benjamin Rautenberg
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Funny Conversations is a slightly humorous political philosophy book that's been called brisk and funny. It's main concerns are truth and happiness, using a broad perspective to talk about worldly... More > issues. Ben's commentary on the Twenty First Century is full of his own presence and all of the intelligent equanimity that comes with.< Less
Nurturing Nonkilling. A Poetic Plantation By Francisco Gomes de Matos
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These poems by Francisco Gomes de Matos collected to honor the eightieth birthday of the great pioneer of nonkilling thought, Glenn Paige, both show and tell the same thing: that nonkilling thought,... More > act, imagination, art, feeling, commitment, teaching, and career can be experienced, thought about, committed to, felt, imagined, and taught in a whole world of permutations and combinations far beyond innocence. Behind all this lurks mortality. Only in these poems mortality is celebrated, not feared. Like Glenn Paige, they demand intellectual courage with the smile of rational equanimity.< Less