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A Natural Approach to Mental Wellness: Japanese Psychology and the Skills We Need for Psychological and Spiritual Health

Gregg KrechGregg Krech is one of the leading authorities on Japanese Psychology in North Americaand is the founding director of the ToDo Institute, an educational center for purposeful living in Vermont. He is also an award-winning author of books such as Naikan: Gratitude, Grace, and the Japanese Art of Self-Reflection, The Art of Taking Action

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Ikigai and Illness: A Guide to Living Fully with Purpose, Meaning, and Joyful Moments

Trudy BoyleTrudy Boyle is the current director of the ToDo Institute’s initiative on Living Fully with Illness. She has been studying, writing, and teaching the principles of Living Fully with Illness, for three decades. She is also the former program director of Wellspring Calgary, a large community-based Cancer Resource Center in Calgary, Canada, and continues

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The Wabi-Sabi Way: Simple Principles to Bring Calm, Meaning & Authenticity to Your Daily Life

Mike SturmMike Sturm is an author and sales professional; he writes about productivity and self-improvement; he received his BA and MA in philosophy from Northern Illinois University, and has taught philosophy for several years and researched Buddhism and Taoism extensively. ❝The way we receive the world is, in part, shaped by our language. The more

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Embracing Life as It Is: Lessons from Wabi-Sabi, Haiku, and Zen

Alan GettisAlan Gettis is a psychologist and former vice president of the Haiku Society of America; his haiku have been published in journals throughout the world, including the United States, Australia, Canada, and Japan.Sensei Carl Genjo Bachmann is a psychotherapist and a Zen teacher in the white plum lineage. He received dharma transmission from Robert

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The Ikigai Journey

A Practical Guide to Finding Happiness and Purpose the Japanese WayHector GarciaHector Garcia has been a resident of Japan for fifteen years and works in the IT industry. His popular blog www.ageekinjapan.com led to his international bestseller A Geek in Japan. He also co-authored the bestselling Ikigai: the Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy

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How To Set Goals With Kaizen and Ikigai

How to Set Goals with Kaizen & Ikigai: Focus, Cure Procrastination, & Increase Personal Productivity. A Japanese Strategy-Setting Guide. (Achieve Success Through Discipline and By Making Good Habits.)Anthony RaymondAnthony Raymond is an independent author and has written two books: How to set goals with Ikigai and Kaizen, which provides an approach on how to attain

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