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Book Review (Ikigai) : The Japanese Secret of a Happy Life

Secret of a Happy Life

Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life

by Héctor García, Francesc Miralles

Hardcover : 208 pages ISBN-10 : 0143130722

ISBN-13 : 978-0143130727

 Publisher : Penguin Life Language : English

Ikigai is not just a book but an unfathomable idea that can profit numerous individuals. Regardless of whether you feel stuck in your activity, need to live more, or simply want a more profound degree of satisfaction and significance, finding your motivation to live will support you. The ikigai synopsis on Blinkist appears to zero in addition on the best way to carry on with a long life than on ikigai itself, yet some examination on the theme uncovers there are various books regarding the matter to investigate further. I’m eager to take a plunge and make sense of how not to resign and live more joyfully and more beneficial!

This book covers numerous subjects identified with the “specialty of living.”

 The creators characterize ikigai and the principles of ikigai—they led a sum of 100 meetings in Ogimi, Okinawa to attempt to comprehend the life span mysteries of centenarians and supercentenarians.

 “What do Japanese craftsmans, engineers, Zen reasoning, and food share for all intents and purposes? Effortlessness and tender loving care.”

 “The writers of this book wish you a long, glad, and intentional life.”

Who might I prescribe the Ikigai to?

 The 35-year-old dad of two who is unsure on the off chance that he needs to burn through 30 additional years in a vocation he doesn’t cherish, a 21-year-old college alumni who is getting ready for retirement, and every individual who needs to be fit and have satisfaction for an incredible duration.

To end this, I would like to recollect the 10 golden rules of The Japanese Secret of a Happy Life :Ikigai

1. Stay active; don’t retire.

2. Take it slow.

3. Don’t fill your stomach.

4. Surround yourself with good friends.

5. Get in shape for your next birthday.

6. Smile.

7. Reconnect with nature.

8. Give thanks.

9. Live in the moment.

10. Follow your ikigai.

This book is a must read to ensure a healthy frame of mind and good lifestyle (especially in the present circumstances)

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Written by Tejaswini Bakshi

Tejaswini Bakshi is a high school student from Jammu and Kashmir. She is a vivid observer. She enjoys meeting new people and learning about their lives and backgrounds. She easily finds common interests with strangers and tends to make most people feel comfortable. She finds this skill especially advantageous when connecting with people for work purpose.
She wrote her first poem at the age of14. She is fueled with passion to bring a revolution with her poetry. She is a firm believer in the power of kindness. Dark and unexplored are the kind of emotions she likes to write about the most.

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