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Training the Mind. A practical approach to achieving happiness in life and at work

Scattered thoughts, anger, hatred, envy, are all feelings that drive individuals to severe emotional distress. These negative emotions are for the most part generated by a confused mind and cognitive processes that are based on a wrong perception of the reality around us. We all come to this life pure and with a hearth filled with love and joy. Then overtime, trapped in our daily life, we lose our natural empathy, changing the way we look at things.
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