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Sustainable Happiness: The Mind Science of Well-Being, Altruism, and Inspiration
By Daniel J. Siegel (foreword by), Joe Loizzo and Robert A. F. Thurman (foreword by)
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Publisher Routledge
Publication date June 20, 2012
Pages 708
Binding Paperback
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9780415878166
ISBN-10 0415878160
Dimensions 1.50 by 6.25 by 9 in.
Weight 2.20 lbs.
Original list price $44.95
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Today’s greatest health challenges, the so-called diseases of civilization―depression, trauma, obesity, cancer―are now known in large part to reflect our inability to tame stress reflexes gone wild and to empower instead the peaceful, healing and sociable part of our nature that adapts us to civilized life. The same can be said of the economic challenges posed by the stress-reactive cycles of boom and bust, driven by addictive greed and compulsive panic. As current research opens up new horizons of stress-cessation, empathic intelligence, peak performance, and shared happiness, it has also encountered Asian methods of self-healing and interdependence more effective and teachable than any known in the West. Sustainable Happiness is the first book to make Asia’s most rigorous and complete system of contemplative living, hidden for centuries in Tibet, accessible to help us all on our shared journey towards sustainable well-being, altruism, inspiration and happiness.



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9780415878166 | details & prices | 708 pages | 6.25 × 9.00 × 1.50 in. | 2.20 lbs | List price $44.95
About: Today’s greatest health challenges, the so-called diseases of civilization―depression, trauma, obesity, cancer―are now known in large part to reflect our inability to tame stress reflexes gone wild and to empower instead the peaceful, healing and sociable part of our nature that adapts us to civilized life.

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