The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down: How to Be Calm and Mindful in a Fast-Paced World
A multimillion-duplicate top of the line book of profound insight about the significance of backing off in our quick paced world
“Is it the world that is occupied, or is it my psyche?”
The world moves quick, however that doesn’t mean we need to. In this top rated care manage—it has sold more than three million duplicates in Korea, where it was a #1 hit for forty-one weeks and got different Best Book of the Year honors, and it’s being distributed in more than 20 nations—Haemin Sunim (which signifies “unconstrained knowledge”), an eminent Buddhist contemplation educator conceived in Korea and taught in the United States, enlightens a way to internal peace and adjust in the midst of the staggering requests of regular day to day existence.
By offering guideposts to prosperity and bliss in eight zones—including connections, love, and most profound sense of being—Haemin Sunim accentuates the significance of manufacturing a more profound association with others and being empathetic and sympathetic toward ourselves. The more than twenty full-shading outlines that go with his lessons fill in as quieting visual recesses, urging us to notice that when you back off, the world backs off with you.