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Karlfried G. Durckheim
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The Japanese Cult of Tranquility

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Teaches us that the Japanese culture owes its admirable ability to preserve inner tranquility in the in the midst of the clamor of life to spiritual training. Durckheim outlines the nature of Japanese exercise, and shares basic techniques which enable us to train ourselves in the preservation of an inner tranquility that can become a part of our daily living.
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Published January 1st 1978 by Weiser Books
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The language used by Graf Karlfried Durckheim can read a bit dated but his message is still very relevant. Will tell you more when I have finished the book.
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