Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is a renowned global humanitarian and spiritual leader whose goal to unite the world into a stress-free, violence-free global family has radically inspired millions of people in broadening their responsibility and serve the society. His endeavor has been beautifully crafted into a book - The Art of Stress-Free Living - that proves that effective stress management is as crucial as managing one's own life. With regular breathing exercises, body postures, meditation, and in-depth knowledge of spiritual principles, one can combat the daily stress of life, rejuvenate and enrich, and stay on the path of ultimate fulfillment and happiness.
The book stresses on how a human being, who lives in perfect harmony with himself, can achieve the goals of life and be of immense benefit. His actions, as a result of fulfillment and happiness, expresses his mental and spiritual state, and thus, highlights his thoughts. Therefore, it can be concluded that the ultimate source of every action is the thought. The Art of Stress-Free Living further stresses that presence of such a human being, who exists in perfect harmony with himself, is a pure inspiration to the mankind. He is the source of enrichment of soul and spirit, nourishing and nurturing our lives.
Amid this fast-paced modern life of today, the world is always at a perpetual race to achieve the goals of life. Unfortunately, in the race to achieve a successful career or have a fantastic social life, the human mankind is losing sight of how stress is holding them back in reaching their full potential. Amid such a scenario, it is not just our body that is affected, but also the peace of mind. Stress blocks free flow of creative energy, affecting our lives radically.
The book defines how clarity of mind and stress-free life supports intuitive intelligence and gives freedom to set new paradigms of life. Learn how to live freely, artfully and happily to make the most out of every day.
Buy online the paperback edition of The Art of Stress-Free Living authored by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and published by Hay House with an ISBN-10: 938143106X and an ISBN-13: 978-9381431061.