Have you come across some people who get so mad about the weather, the economy, politics, and climate change, among other sensitive issues that they do not have peace? Or perhaps, you are one of those people who can see the evils happening today, whether in your country, far from home, or even against the human race and are wondering what you can do to make a difference. However, unless if you are the president or you have so much authority that what you say must go, there is so much you can do. Of course, it is important to find out as much about our environment and the things that affect the human race as much as possible, though it would not be a good idea to let those issues cause someone to have sleepless nights. One of the reasons so many people are unhappy with their lives today is because they let things they cannot control put them down. In many such cases, the people even abandon the changes they can actually make in their lives and spend their time stressing over important things that will likely take their course. Stoics believe that the universe operates in a logical and well-organized manner, so there is little to no value in letting events that are beyond our control to overwhelm us with emotions that will drive us to act unwisely. According to stoics, people should just focus on doing virtuous things, which are of great value and will contribute to their overall well-being and satisfaction in life. Whenever an individual comes across a negative situation, he or she should learn to sail through it and learn from it. The purpose of writing this book is to help people understand Stoicism and its philosophies and to teach people to find happiness in whatever situation they are in by considering the wisdom and mindset of a stoic. Even though the proponents of this philosophy are long gone, today, people can still learn a lot from stoicism, live in accordance with its principles, and experience the benefits of doing so. Here are some of the areas you will find addressed in this book: Definition of Stoicism The history of stoicism Major figures in Stoicism (Marcus Aurelius, Seneca the Younger, Epictetus, Cato the Younger, Zeno of Citium, Cleanthes, Hecato of Rhodes, Gaius Musonius Rufus) Principles of classic stoicism Introduction to Stoic psychological techniques Five stoic psychological techniques The stoic's interpretation of emotions Do stoics need to suppress emotions? Emotions and the process of controlling them How stoics deal with negative emotions The stoic happiness triangle (Eudaimonia, Live with Areté, Focus on What You Control, Take Responsibility) Discipline of perception Discipline of action Discipline of will The value and application of Stoicism in the modern day Spiritual exercises for the stoic from Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius Stoic practices anyone can apply today Stoic reflections at work Stoic reflections in the community Stoic reflections for life Would you like to know everything you need about Stoicism?Download this book and commence your journey to finding true happiness through stoic philosophy and wisdom. Furthermore, the teachings herein will help you have a better and clearer perspective of life.Just scroll up to the top and click on the Buy Now button.