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Knowledge Base »Books in our knowledge base generally have to do with psychological theories and applications that improve quality of life in a pragmatic manner.
Editor of the Idler Magazine and founder of London’s Idler Academy, Hodgkinson provides pedigreed instructions on how to just take it easy
Hoff ingeniously employed the classic Pooh children’s tales to help illustrate Taoism for the modern man (or bear).
Pema Chodron, one of the foremost Western Buddhist teachers helps make Buddhism accessible and practical
John C. Parkin’s profanely profound look at spirituality
The highest profile book of the Beat Generation and still one of its most relevant today
Jeff Bridges’ and his Zen teacher Bernie Glassman’s enlightening dudecratic dialogue on The Big Lebowski and Zen
Thoreau’s timeless meditation on living in harmony with nature
The seminal book that explained Dudeism to the world.
Alan Watts’ final book, and perhaps his most powerful. Covers Taoism with wit and insight.
Wes Nisker’s classic tome on spirituality, widsom, comedy and craziness.
Going with the flow is not just a hippie injunction: It’s a full-on science, one which looks at the root of what it is to be truly alive
Viktor Frankl’s philosophy was formed in the furnace of the Holocaust. If he could survive that, we can survive lesser disappointments.