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Happy For No Good Reason

Author : Swami Shankarananda
ISBN : 0975099515
Genre : Happiness
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Comprehensive manual on meditation and related topics, written by one of the first Western spiritual masters trained in the East.
Category: Happiness

Happy For No Good Reason With Cd Learn To Medition Become Stronger Calmer And Happier

Author : Swami Shankarananda
ISBN : 8120820061
Genre : Meditation
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If making money, finding a lover, winning and award, or reaching a goel is a good reason to be happy then meditation certainly seems like on good reason, Ironically, happiness through medition is the best reason of all since it directs us to the source of happiness itself-the inner self. Happiness that has no good reason is the most stable happiness which cannot be destroyed when the outer world cause is removed. It is author`s wish that everyone learn the secret of happiness for the best reason of all.
Category: Meditation

Happy For No Reason

Author : Marci Shimoff
ISBN : 9781416547730
Genre : Religion
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Everyone wants to be happy--yet so many people are unhappy today. What are they doing wrong? Clearly, a new approach is needed. Self-help guru Shimoff presents three new ideas and a practical program to change the way readers look at creating happiness in their lives: 1. Happiness is not an emotion, a spike of elation or euphoria, but a lasting, neuro-physiological state of peace and well-being. 2. True happiness is not based on what people do or have--it doesn't depend on external reasons or circumstances. 3. Research indicates that everyone has a happiness set-point. No matter what happens to a person, they will tend to return to a set range of happiness. This book shows how you can actually reprogram your set-point to a higher level.--From publisher description.
Category: Religion

Find A Good Reason To Be Happy A 6x9 Inch Matte Softcover Notebook Journal With 120 Blank Lined Pages And An Inspiring Cover Slogan

Author : Getthread Journals
ISBN : 1728854369
Genre :
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MINIMALIST AND STYLISH JOURNAL Whether for your desk at home, your work or in your bag on the go this professionally designed 6x9 notebook provides the perfect platform for you to record your thoughts. This Journals pre-lined pages are ready and waiting to be filled. DETAILS: 120 Blank Lined White Pages Simple Stylish Typographic Cover Art DIMENSIONS: 6x9 inches PERFECT FOR: Everyday Dairy Personal Journal Wedding Planning Work Lists Creative Doodles College Planning
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1 000 Reasons To Be Happy

Author : David Baird
ISBN : 0740739719
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Sometimes it seems easier to be consumed by all the world¿s gloom and doom than to ¿put on a happy face.¿ 1000 Reasons to Be Happy provides plenty of reasons, from the silly to the sublime, to ¿turn that frown upside-down.¿ Smiling beats sulking any day!
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Smile For No Good Reason

Author : Lee Jampolsky
ISBN : 9781612831466
Genre : Self-Help
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Building on the work pioneered by his father, Dr. Gerald Jampolsky, the author shows how Attitudinal Healing will give readers the happiness they seek--without changing the amount in one's bank account, spouse, job, status, or religion. The only thing readers need to change is that over which they have complete control--their attitude. As Jampolsky writes, "Nothing needs to change in your life situation or the world in order for you to have peace of mind.” In an increasingly complex world, readers need to remind themselves of what is most precious. Smile for No Good Reason offers simple, practical ways to be happy by approaching life with a different attitude.
Category: Self-Help

Find A Good Reason To Be Happy A 6x9 Inch Matte Softcover Journal Notebook With 120 Blank Lined Pages And An Inspiring Cover Slogan

Author : Getthread Journals
ISBN : 1728854350
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MINIMALIST AND STYLISH JOURNAL Whether for your desk at home, your work or in your bag on the go this professionally designed 6x9 notebook provides the perfect platform for you to record your thoughts. This Journals pre-lined pages are ready and waiting to be filled. DETAILS: 120 Blank Lined White Pages Simple Stylish Typographic Cover Art DIMENSIONS: 6x9 inches PERFECT FOR: Everyday Dairy Personal Journal Wedding Planning Work Lists Creative Doodles College Planning
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Feeling Good For No Good Reason

Author : Pete Cohen
ISBN : 1857035283
Genre : Self-Help
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Feeling Good is a guide to self-development and presents techniques which aim to help the reader feel good. Topics include, getting the balance right, rewritting your internal dialogue, using visualization to change negative beliefs and dealing with other people. CONTENTS: Getting the balance right - rewritting your internal dialogue - using visualization to change negative beliefs - changing your point of view - reframing problem behaviours - dealing with other people - a formula for survival
Category: Self-Help

Happy Lives And The Highest Good

Author : Gabriel Richardson Lear
ISBN : 140082608X
Genre : Philosophy
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Gabriel Richardson Lear presents a bold new approach to one of the enduring debates about Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics: the controversy about whether it coherently argues that the best life for humans is one devoted to a single activity, namely philosophical contemplation. Many scholars oppose this reading because the bulk of the Ethics is devoted to various moral virtues--courage and generosity, for example--that are not in any obvious way either manifestations of philosophical contemplation or subordinated to it. They argue that Aristotle was inconsistent, and that we should not try to read the entire Ethics as an attempt to flesh out the notion that the best life aims at the "monistic good" of contemplation. In defending the unity and coherence of the Ethics, Lear argues that, in Aristotle's view, we may act for the sake of an end not just by instrumentally bringing it about but also by approximating it. She then argues that, for Aristotle, the excellent rational activity of moral virtue is an approximation of theoretical contemplation. Thus, the happiest person chooses moral virtue as an approximation of contemplation in practical life. Richardson Lear bolsters this interpretation by examining three moral virtues--courage, temperance, and greatness of soul--and the way they are fine. Elegantly written and rigorously argued, this is a major contribution to our understanding of a central issue in Aristotle's moral philosophy.
Category: Philosophy

Moral Beliefs And Moral Theory

Author : M.G. Forrester
ISBN : 9789401599948
Genre : Philosophy
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Some time ago I wrote a book (Moral Language, 1982) in which I argued that moral judgments are capable of being true ('truth-apt,' to use a current phrase, or descriptive and having truth-value, to use a more traditional term), that the methods of discovering moral facts are fundamentally similar to those of discovering non-moral facts, and that moral judgments may be true. What I did not do at that time was to develop a moral theory which would demonstrate how the method of discovering moral truths would work and what the criteria of truth actually are. In a later work (Persons, Animals, and Fetuses, 1996) I did propose a moral theory as to what the criteria for moral truth are; however, I presented it primarily as an introduction to the discussion of several practical ethical issues and did not argue fully for that theory. It is high time that I did so, because without showing that such a theory can be developed my defense of moral realism is incomplete. It is all very well to say that we can discover what moral beliefs are true, but unless we can demonstrate just which beliefs are true, the thesis that we can discover this truth cannot be fully defended. For this reason the biggest (although not the only) challenge to showing that ethical objectivity is possible is the presence of moral disagreement - and the contention of many that such disagreement cannot be definitively resolved.
Category: Philosophy