The Book of Ichigo Ichie: The Art of Making the Most of Every Moment, the Japanese Way by Albert Liebermann and Hector Garcia
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- Learn to make every moment a once-in-a-lifetime experience with this definitive guide to the Japanese art of ichigo ichie, from the bestselling authors of Ikigai.
- Ikigai urges individuals to simplify their lives by pursuing what sparks joy for them (Marie Kondo)
- Every moment in our life happens only once, and if we let it slip away, we lose it forever-an idea captured by the Japanese phrase Ichigo ichie. Often used to convey that the encounter is unique and special, it is a tenet of Zen Buddhism and is attributed to a sixteenth-century master of the Japanese tea ceremony, or ceremony of attention, whose intricate rituals compel us to focus on the present moment.
- From this age-old concept comes a new kind of mindfulness. In The Book of Ichigo Ichie, you will learn to use all five senses to anchor yourself in the present.
- Every one of us contains a key that can open the door to attention, harmony with others, and love of life. And that key is ichigo ichie
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