If you want to discover Buddhism in a simple and effective Way, then keep reading!
Buddhism has been catching the attention and interest of a lot of people lately. In a world where everything goes fast and is constantly evolving, this ancient philosophy can help to slow down and live a more present and fulfilling life.
However, there is a problem: Buddhism seems extremely complicated from the outside. Those who have never studied it think that it is impossible for the average Joe to make his way through all the rules and laws of this philosophy. Truth be told, Buddhism is not as complicated as contemporary Gurus pretend it to be.
Due to the powerful teachings shared by the Buddha, Buddhism has been purposely passed on as a complex and difficult philosophy, while in reality, it could not be further from the truth. In fact, Buddhism is the only religion that does not have a defined set of rules that the practitioners must follow. On the contrary, it provides people with moral standards and ethical etiquette, that the single individual can interpret and use as he pleases.
Making Buddhism as simple as possible is the aim of this book.
Here is what you will discover:
The big difference between Buddhism and all other religions and how it can be crucial for your personal development
The secret healthy lifestyle of monks and how you can apply it in your own life
The teachings of the most important Buddhist personality of the previous century – hint: it is not the Dalai Lama
The secret foods recommended by the Buddha himself for a longer and happier life
The hidden meditation techniques that can help you move toward a more present life;
To get the most out of this book and out of Buddhism you are not required to adhere to a beliefs system. This makes Buddhism suitable for Atheists and those who already practice another religion as well. The beauty of the teachings of the Buddha is exactly this: they are a message for everyone and with this book, we wanted to share it as clearly as possible.
Would you like to take a step toward a happier life?