From here comes the importance of continuous change, not of who we are, but rather how we relate who we are with our surroundings and the world. Just as you have chosen to allow yourself to be yourself and do the necessary work to live ...
Author: Tomás Kouro
Publisher: Tomás Kouro
In a culture where results, haste and mass production are valued, where is the person left? During our growth, we absorb infinity of information and orders that are shaping our personalities, offering a panorama full of squares: from school to performance awards, the career we study and what we offer to society and those we love, but are we being really authentic? Each daily event seems to show conditioning trends: with long hours of work and parenting that are far from ideal, the concept of «genuine and true» seems to be put aside, to make room for habits that reject everything that is born from something deeper . and, above all, sharply censors the question who am I? Thus, society, which defines the concept of «normality», deploys an arsenal of therapies that influence our self-perception with the idea that «someone else helps us understand ourselves». Could we do that work ourselves? This book, based entirely on an experience of personal discovery and research carried out for more than three years, addresses this question, recounting the long path of self-knowledge and the obstacles imposed by the capitalist commercial system, which subtly keeps us away. of ourselves, conveniently making us forget our pristine longings. Surprisingly, we will discover that this lack of authenticity not only makes us feel more unhappy and enslaved, but also organically sicker. We will also know tools to discover who we are, by the hand of our instinct and other alternative tactics to the conventional, but always with a constant; only you can know who you are. This book is the first of the series of books, currently in preparation, called «Building happiness»