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Publisher's Summary

Let's face it, we can't control every aspect of our lives, and the fact is a lot of things we stress about are out of our direct control.
The ancient philosophy of Stoicism still stands the test of time and is still practiced in society today all over the world. This is the art of living in true happiness, as stoic principles guide us to live in harmony and flow with life's many challenges.
Many times we are taught and encouraged to take more of an aggressive and combative stance towards life's difficulties; however, in this guide to stoic mastery, you will learn how to overcome tribulation through virtue, controlling your emotions, endurance, mindfulness, and affirmations.
The stoic way of life can be compared to that of water; the very nature of water entails the state of being fluid, flexible, dynamic, and contains a property of flow, not causing discord but creating perfect harmony. Water doesn't try to shift, force, or demand itself among its surroundings but, on the contrary, aligns itself in harmony with nature. 
What you'll learn in part one:


What is Stoicism
Understanding your emotions
Staying calm in the midst of tribulation
Flowing like water within your surroundings
How to become happy regardless of your situation
Learning how to re-frame your mind and make the best of your circumstances
There's more....
What you'll learn in part two:


Recognizing the things you can control
Practicing gratitude in our lives 
Learning how to be virtuous
How to practice some mindfulness
How to be patient
Finding inner peace within yourself without being effected 
©2017 Healthy Pragmatic Solutions Inc. (P)2017 Healthy Pragmatic Solutions Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Reinaldo Costa on 12-14-17

good book for beginner

It is a great book, but do not expect a sudden relevation; if its yours first book in the subject, probably you will be disapointed, also if you have read too much about it, is a great book if you are use to take principles and apply those to your life.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Thomas on 12-13-17

enlightening

I found this book satisfying, not displeasing, and quite profitable for contemplation of wisdom and virtue. I have used the psychological exercises in the book and experienced greater tranquility and equanimity in adversity. I've accomplished a lot in my life recently with the aid of stoicism, and plan to the original texts next. I HIGHLY recommend this book!

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