Are you always plagued by stress and anxiety and live every day with nervousness you can't get out of your head? Didn't you get the promotion you thought you deserved, or don't you feel appreciated enough by your boss?A stream of negative emotions is crowding your life, but you don't know what to do to stop it? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, keep reading. Emotions and feelings represent the salt of life. Everyone in their own existence will undoubtedly have come across some of their intense externalities Every day, our organism unconsciously interacts with the environment around us and comes into contact with a myriad of different sensations. This helps to awaken our innermost perceptions and gives a vital impetus to our entire existence.But have you ever wondered what it would be like without them? What would color our days? But if that's the case, why limit or restrain them? Like all things, they too must be handled with care. The fire itself, the primary element of our life, is salvific if channeled in a certain way, but destructive if left to burn. Anger, for example, from the very beginning, has served man to defend himself from dangerous situations. Stress, as a tool adaptive to circumstances, has allowed us to improve our productivity. The Sadness has forced man to rework the mistakes made so as not to repeat them again in the future The continuation of these situations can, however, in the long run, cause severe damage to our psycho-physical health. What should we do then? How to overcome all this and not be overwhelmed? First of all, we need to improve our emotional skills, developing a fundamental prerequisite:Self-Awareness. The more Self-Awareness we have, the better our ability to adapt to changes in life and meet our needs will be. Mindfulness Awareness trains us to meet the experience by deconstructing it in order to learn to be more conscious of our evaluations of the event, the way we read and decipher the reality that presents itself before us, our conditioned and conditioning perceptions, our limiting beliefs, the unresolved experiences that instinctively guide our actions, and negative attitudes towards ourselves and others. The philosopher Epictetus argued, "It is not the facts themselves that upset men, but the judgments that men make about facts. For example, death is nothing terrible; but the judgment that wants it terrible, that is, this is terrible. Consequently, when we are impeded, disturbed, or afflicted, we must never accuse anyone else but ourselves, that is to say, our judgments". In particular in the book "Awareness Therapy: Master Emotions with Stoic Resilience, Willpower & Mental Toughness. Beat Stress, Ptsd & Anxiety by Self-Healing Power Ability of Vagus Nerve. Daily Mindful Habits to Tame Anger" We will discover:The concept of emotion; How to lead a stoic lifestyle in the modern Era; 7 effective and useful techniques to reduce frustration and worries; 4 Ways to Deal Properly with Anger; Practical exercises to stay relaxed, calm and peaceful; Healthy habits to unlock the healing power of the vagus If you also have little Self-Awareness, there is good news for you: it is trainable, and you can develop a bit as if you wanted to improve your muscles in the gym. On this occasion, instead of using barbells and treadmills, you can dedicate yourself to Mindfulness.What are you waiting for then? Click the Buy Now button and find out how to manage your emotions effectively.