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Zen: The Art of Simple Living

By author: Shunmyo Masuno
Illustrated by: Harry and Zanna Goldhawk
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'Brings the spirit of Zen Buddhism to everyday life . . . 100 snack-size Zen activities you can do daily to add more calm to your life'
Daily Telegraph


A beautifully illustrated guide to slowing down, finding true happiness and feeling calm, by Zen Buddhist monk Shunmyo Masuno.
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Zen is the perfect antidote to the chaos of modern life . . .


In clear, practical and easy to follow lessons - one a day for 100 days - renowned Buddhist monk Shunmyo Masuno draws on centuries of wisdom to show you how to apply the essence of Zen to modern life.


You will learn how to exhale deeply to eliminate negative emotions, to arrange your house simply to clear your thinking, to line up your shoes at night to bring order to your mind, to plant a single flower and watch it grow, to worry less about what you cannot control, and so much more . . .



You will even make time to think about nothing at all.


Simplify your life with the art of Zen, and learn how to feel more relaxed, fulfilled, and with a renewed sense of peace.
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'Does for mental clutter what Marie Kondo has done for household clutter'
Publisher's Weekly



'This little treasure needs to be at every bedside'

llan Lokos, a
uthor of Through the Flames, Patience, and Pocket Peace


'Zen: The Art of Simple Living makes the wisdom of the Buddha radically accessible' Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, author of Emotional Rescue and Rebel Buddha


Bertrams Buyer's Notes:

Broken down into 100 small and accessible everyday practices, this book offers the tenets of a Zen lifestyle to busy people looking to make slight but significant changes. From lining up your shoes to putting down your fork after every mouthful.

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