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The Power of Chowa
- Finding Your Inner Strength Through the Japanese Concept of Balance and Harmony
- Narrated by: June Angela
- Length: 6 hrs and 38 mins
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For fans of Hygge and Lagom comes this inspiring guide that introduces the Japanese wisdom of chowa - the search for balance - to help us find harmony and peace in every area of our lives.
The Japanese wisdom of chowa offers a fresh approach to being, showing us how to create space and symmetry at work, at home, and in our relationships. Chowa is an ancient philosophy and set of practices that enable us to discover what matters most in our individual lives, and help us transform our way of thinking about ourselves and others.
By harnessing the power of chowa, we can learn to ignore the ephemera, focus on the important things, and cultivate a steady state of equilibrium and calm that gives us the confidence and fortitude to handle any challenge we may face. Following the practical steps in this empowering book, we can better balance our priorities and relationships and find inner strength and flexibility in times of change and stress.
With The Power of Chowa, curious seekers can achieve wellness, happiness, and contentment every day.
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- Twilight Realm
This is actually a very good book
When I first started listening, I thought it might be another of those books that might have lots of good information but that the knowledge was simply from the author’s research. Not so with this book. The writer has both first hand knowledge and experience; she understands the deeper meaning and she is also very good at knowing the often common reactions to these ideas from real life people. It’s one thing to even think a philosophy is worthy of our attention but living it in real life seems to ask too much of us. There were a few points in the book where I had to put it down for a couple of days because I thought I could never live up to these ideals. But I wanted to see what was coming next in the story and I know, like meditation and good health, thinking about ideas and taking steps towards good health we one day see that we are reacting to our life according to the new ideas or that our blood pressure is lower and we are less out of breath. Akemi Tanaka has a maturity that only comes with experience in life and seeing how these concepts she had learned in the past have bloomed in her life. I think I will listen to this book again and look for the balance in my life.
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