Calm Is Greater Than Joy
Shirishkumar S. Murthy
Learning how to calm down and stay calm longer is an essential life skill. Most of us have a tendency to grunt and complain about life doing what it does. Arguing with our circumstances only makes things worse. Not wishing to walk on muddy roads the Romans created pavement. If you are wound up like a top, crunchy and driven, there is no space for creativity, wonder or joy.
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If you are spinning, spinning, spinning, constantly moved by outside forces there is no quiet to hear your inner wisdom guide you. You live as a victim to stress and life is quite frankly miserable. And when you are miserable there is no joy, abundance or generosity to give into our world. Of course not. Life happens and life happening can be disturbing. We can get upset. In this place we are more able to navigate the choppy waters of our lives. My intention is for your experience to be user friendly, easy and useful. The course is delivered through a platform called Teachable.
The program will be available to access via your computer. It is also mobile friendly. If you are an iPhone user there is an app.
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By the time you are reading this there may also be an app for Android. Use the program anyway you want.
You may go through all 10 lessons, and the accompanying booklet all at once. You can do one lesson a week and practice the tools suggested in the workbook. Do what serves you best. You will have access to all the material now and always. If there are additions you will be notified so you can access the new material. If for some reason I choose to take the program down, you will be notified so you can download the files. The Program. Your Investment:. Rather than refuse the information I want you to use it. Nick Pyenson. The Ice at the End of the World. Through Two Doors at Once.
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