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Think like a monk : train your mind for peace and purpose every day / Jay Shetty.

Shetty, Jay, (author.).

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  • 15 of 30 copies available at Missouri Evergreen. (Show)
  • 0 of 1 copy available at North Kansas City.

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6 current holds with 30 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
North Kansas City Public Library 158.1 SHETTY 2020 (Text) 0001002373585 Nonfiction New Checked out 10/24/2020

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-314)and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Let go. Identity: I am what I think I am ; Negativity: the evil king goes hungry ; Fear: welcome to hotel earth ; Intention: blinded by the gold ; Meditation: breathe -- Grow. Purpose: the nature of the scorpion ; Routine: location has energy, time has memory ; The mind: the charioteer's dilemma ; Ego: catch me if you can ; Meditation: visualize -- Give. Gratitude: the world's most powerful drug ; Relationships: people watching ; Service: plant trees under whose shade you do not plan to sit ; Meditation: chant -- Appendix: the Vedic personality test.
Summary, etc.:
"Jay Shetty, social media superstar and host of the #1 podcast On Purpose, distills the timeless wisdom he learned as a monk into practical steps anyone can take every day to live a less anxious, more meaningful life"-- Provided by publisher.
Instead of attending his college graduation ceremony, Shetty headed to India to become a monk, to meditate every day for four to eight hours, and devote his life to helping others. After three years, one of his teachers told him that he would have more impact on the world if he left the monk's path to share his experience and wisdom with others. Moving back home to north London, Shetty found his old friends were experiencing tremendous stress, pressure, and unhappiness. He began coaching them on well-being, purpose, and mindfulness. Here he shows readers how we can clear the roadblocks to our potential and power. -- adapted from jacket
Subject: Self-realization.
Meaning (Psychology)
Conduct of life.
Hindu monastic and religious life.
Genre: Self-help publications.

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