From Stress to Serenity: Gaining Strength in the Trials of Life

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Rudolf Steiner Press, 2003 - 276 頁

With a background in business and a life-long interest in spirituality, Jenkinson brings a rich blend of professional and practical know-how, contemporary experience and ancient wisdom to tackling today's common problem of stress. The experience of stress, he suggests, is related to one's response to events just as much as it is to the events themselves.

Symptoms of stress can be seen as a kind of "advice" that helps us grow as individuals and develop the inner resources we need to meet the inevitable challenges of modern life. Such resources include courage and compassion, freedom and self-determination, clear thinking, positivity, and love. Thus equipped, we approach the adventure of life with serenity and create less stress for others as well.

This book offers advice, practical exercises, and insights from many traditions and diverse sources, including Rudolf Steiner, Jung, Nelson Mandela, Julian of Norwich, Marshall Rosenberg, and the Buddha. The result is an enlightening workbook and a thought-provoking analysis of the roots of stress and its meaning for our personal and spiritual development.

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AN INNER WORKSHOP
11
LIFESTYLE FUNDAMENTALS
30
THE TRUE I AND THE EVERYDAY ME
49
HOW STRESS CREATES SELFLEADERSHIP
80
EXERCISES FOR INNER DEVELOPMENT
115
STRESSES OF TEMPERAMENT
138
LIFE AND WORK TECHNIQUES
148
WHEN PEOPLE SEND US CRAZY
166
TRIALS THAT GUIDE US TO
199
MEDITATION
229
THE BIG IDEAS
251
RESOURCES
262
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Angus Jenkinson is a professor of integrated marketing and chairman of Stepping Stones Consultancy. His wide-ranging career in business has led him to coach leaders and facilitate change in multinationals as well as NGO's. A feature of his consultancy practice has been his use of insights gained through years of study of the spiritual and scientific traditions of the West and East, both modern and ancient. Having spent his childhood in Africa, Angus read English at Oxford. He is married with grown-up children, and is a keen photographer, poet and novelist. He is the author of Valuing Your Customers and a Fellow of the RSA and the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

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