You have been trying to redirect your negative emotions, and you've read countless books on philosophy.
But you still can't completely figure out why you feel as if none of the practices and exercises are working for you. You feel as if you are not sure where your negative emotions are coming from, and you feel as if you have been practicing all your meditative exercises wrong.
This feeling somehow is only getting worse by the day, and it's slowly starting to eat away at you. It's entirely reasonable if you are getting angrier from it.
However, there is no reason to panic, and being angry is in no way something a practicing stoic should be feeling. And that is only one of the negative emotions you'll not be able to control when practicing stoicism incorrectly.
For the sake of time, I won't go into more detail and bore you. Instead, I will tell you that practicing Stoicism is like sharpening a blade, and you have to make sure it never gets dull.
In this book you will discover:
And Much, Much More...
Learning the basic guidelines for a person practicing Stoicism can help make redirecting their emotions easier. However, there are no original Stoic texts for us to follow, instead you will be reading through interpretations from philosophers.
That is why we have compiled a comprehensive collection of thoughts from philosophers, modern and ancient alike, to give insight on Stoicism and ways to practice it.
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