A La Carte Buddhism: A Path to Lasting Happiness by Michael Kuzilny

A La Carte Buddhism: A Path to Lasting Happiness

byMichael Kuzilny

Kobo ebook | June 10, 2014

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Michael Kuzilny is a high profile criminal defense lawyer. Twenty-five years ago, Michael learned what proved, literally, to be a life-saving skill. Michael learned to practice meditation; and traded his religion for a simple yet powerful Buddhist philosophy. Not as a religion, but as a lifestyle choice to find ultimate happiness! Michael says: "Western society has created a crazy world, and it's getting crazier! Over 40 million adults in the USA are diagnosed with some sort of anxiety disorder. A similar pattern is developing in most other western countries; I have not even mentioned other mental health conditions. Even children are not immune: anxiety, depression, and suicide rates are also soaring for the youth of today. It is extremely important to tame our turbulent minds every day, and it only takes 10 minutes!" Michael says that we all want to be happy, but few of us have found the path to being happy and content. Michael says like many others he used to believe that luxury holidays, the big house, the luxury car, the promotion or the designer clothing would give him lasting happiness; but that is so far from the truth. A chance remark from a colleague sent him to his local Buddhist center; where he says he began the most important journey of his life. In his new book “A la carte Buddhism” Michael encourages and inspires readers to find simple happiness not from materialism but from inner peace. He says that incorporating these simple principles in his life, has been a master psychology that changed his life.

Title:A La Carte Buddhism: A Path to Lasting HappinessFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 10, 2014Publisher:First Edition Design PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1622876075

ISBN - 13:9781622876075

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