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Calm : secrets to serenity from the cultures of the world
Bib ID 6415895
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Description Footscray, Victoria : Lonely Planet, 2013 
©2013 
125 pages : colour illustrations ; 19 cm 
ISBN 9781743218457
Summary

The follow-up to best-seller Happy. Share in the planet's secrets to a life of calm and serenity. Fascinating insights into cultural practices, and how to apply these ideas in our own lives-Each secret uniquely illustrated and inspirational, perfect for browsing.

Self-Help & Practical Interests.

Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Calmness.  |  Relaxation.  |  Stress (Psychology).

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