Think Like a Monk PDF: Train Your Mind For Peace And Purpose Every Day

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I Am What I Think I Am
It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection

In 1902, the sociologist Charles Horton Cooley wrote: “I am not what I think I am, and I am not what you think I am. I am what I think you think I am.” Let that blow your mind for a moment.

Our identity is wrapped up in what others think of us-or, more accurately, what we think others think of us.

Not only is our self-image tied up in how we think others see us, but most of our efforts at self-improvement are really just us trying to meet that imagined ideal.

If we think of someone we admire s wealth as a success, then we chase wealth to impress that person.

If we imagine that a friend is judging our looks, we tailor our appearance in response. In West Side Story, Maria meets a boy who’s into her. What’s her very next song? “I Feel Pretty.”

As of this writing, the world’s only triple Best Actor Oscar winner, Daniel Day-Lewis, has acted in just six films since 1998.

He prepares for each role extensively, immersing himself completely in his character.

For the role of Bill the Butcher in Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York, he trained as a butcher, spoke with a thick Irish accent on and off the set, and hired circus performers to teach him how to throw knives.

And that’s only the beginning. He wore only authentic nineteenth-century clothing and walked around Rome in character, starting arguments and fights with strangers.

Perhaps thanks to that clothing, he caught pneumonia.

Day-Lewis was employing a technique called method acting, which requires the actor to live as much like his character as possible in order to become the role he’s playing.

This is an incredible skill and art, but often method actors become so absorbed in their character that the role takes on a life beyond the stage or screen.

“I will admit that I went mad, totally mad,” Day-Lewis said to the Independent years later, admitting the role was “not so good for my physical or mental health.”

Think Like a Monk: The secret of how to harness the power of positivity and be happy now

AuthorJay Shetty
PDF Size6.11 MB
CategorySelf Improvement


The key points from PDF of Think Like A Monk:

  • Have a Morning routine. It is very important to have a morning routine as the way you start your mornings will contribute to shaping your entire day.
  • Make Meditation a part of life. Meditation is essential as it calms our minds and improves concentration. Since your mind becomes calmer, you tend to be more productive.
  • Focus on your present. Whatever task you do whether brushing your teeth or listening to a podcast, try to focus and live in the moment. We have a tendency to either think about our past or imagine our future and we fail to enjoy our present which is shaping our future.

Think Like a Monk by Jay Shetty Pdf Devided in 3 Parts:

Part-1: Let go comprising of 4 chapters

  1. Identity
  2. Negativity
  3. Fear
  4. Intention

Part-2: Grow comprising of 4 chapters

  1. Purpose
  2. Routine
  3. The Mind
  4. Ego

Part-3: Give comprising of 3 chapters

  1. Gratitude
  2. Relationship
  3. Servic

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