Everyday Dharma: 8 Essential Practices for Finding Success and Joy in Everything You Do
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We’ve grown accustomed to a schedule that doesn’t stop, but a great work ethic requires a disciplined rest ethic, periodically renewing yourself every day, throughout the day. READ FULL DESCRIPTION
Find your Dharma--your inner calling--and learn to integrate ambition, work, and wellbeing to create a balanced, joyous life with this practical, life-changing guide from the beloved speaker, bestselling author, and visiting scholar at Harvard Medical School.
We've been conditioned, from an early age, to believe that one day we'll reach a moment of "arrival." But no matter how much we achieve or acquire we still don't feel as satisfied or as fulfilled as we thought we would be. Exhausted, we become burned out and cynical, questioning the purpose of it all.
An expert on happiness and work, Suneel Gupta argues that for too long society has been fixated on the Future of Work and ignored the Future of Worth. We've compartmentalized work and well-being and ignored the fact that both are essential for sustained success. We've assumed that outer success leads to inner well-being-despite history showing us that this has never been the case.
In Everyday Dharma, Suneel helps us break this negative cycle. A captivating storyteller, he weaves personal stories, history, science, Eastern philosophy, and Western modalities in this engaging, enlightening, and prescriptive book. He begins by helping us identify our dharma, the essence of who we are. When you're in your Dharma, you feel confident, creative, and caring, with a sense of purpose, and that shines through your life and work.
Everyday Dharma provides an accessible three-step approach to discovering, understanding, and living your "sacred calling." At its center are self-assessments to help you identify your passions and powerful rituals for building new habits--ancient practices supported by science and found in diverse cultural sources, including Toni Morrison's novels, Jimi Hendrix's lyrics, and Frida Kahlo's paintings, and used by the likes of Nelson Mandela, Dr. Martin Luther King, and Mahatma Gandhi.
Finding your dharma empowers you to let go of anxiety, follow your wildest ambitions, produce your life's work, and experience true joy.