THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI - ROBIN SHARMA

Ce livre est ce que j’appellerais une fiction philosophique. À travers une histoire captivante l’auteur Robin Sharma nous aide à répondre aux questions les plus importantes de la vie. C’est l’histoire de Julian Mantle, un avocat célèbre qui décide de changer de vie après avoir subit une crise cardiaque causé par un mode de vie peu équilibré. Il rejoint alors une très ancienne communauté de moines en Inde où il va découvrir un système puissant permettant de libérer le potentiel de son esprit, son corps et de son âme, ainsi que d’apprendre à vivre avec plus de passion, d’intention et de paix intérieur. 

CITATIONS MÉMORABLES

“On your deathbed you will never wish you spent more time at the office.”


“Investing in yourself is the best investment you will ever make. It will not only improve your life, it will improve the lives of all those around you.”


“Stop judging events as either positive or negative. Rather, simply experience them, celebrate them and learn from them.” 


“Once you start to condition your mind to translate every event into a positive, empowering one, you will banish worry forever. You will stop being a prisoner of your past. Instead you will become the architect of your future.” = Opposition Thinking


Visualize who you want to become = The Secret Of The Lake


“Every second you spend thinking about someone else’s dreams you take time away from your own.”


Mantra : man=esprit, tra=libéré / Un mantra est une phrase qui sert à libérer l’esprit. Exemple : “I am more that I appear to be, all the world’s strength and power rests inside me“.


“Most people don’t use their willpower. Probably because most people believe they don’t have any. They blame everyone and everything except themselves for this apparent weakness.”


“Time mastery is life mastery.”


“What would I do today if it was my last?”


“We should live our lives in such a way that when we die, the world cries while we are rejoicing.”


“Stop putting off your happiness for the sake of achievement. Instead why not enjoy the process? Revive your spirit and start tending to your soul.”