Posted on Dec 31, 2020
ENS Chris "Cabbage" Vuille-Kowing
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Dear brothers and sisters,

Wanted to chime in with a phenomenal self-help book which is with beyond a shadow of a doubt a solution to resolving PTSD, depression, thoughts of ill-will, and etc. If anyone is interested in receiving a signed copy from the author, simply send me a mailing address and I'll have him sign you one when I'm visiting him in coming months.

"Eight Mindful Steps to Happiness: Walking The Buddha's Path", by Bhante Gunaratana
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PO3 Phyllis Maynard
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ENS Chris "Cabbage" Vuille-Kowing dies he have a website or book review out there?
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PO3 Phyllis Maynard
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ENS Chris "Cabbage" Vuille-Kowing thank you for this. I went on Amazon and saw where he has a companion of three books. I follow mindfulness, meditation, energy healing, reiki, etc. I may just get all three from Amazon.
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ENS Chris "Cabbage" Vuille-Kowing
ENS Chris "Cabbage" Vuille-Kowing
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PO3 Phyllis Maynard You're very welcome :) it took me about a year to crunch through Eight Mindful Steps but can fully endorse its efficacy
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ENS Chris "Cabbage" Vuille-Kowing I know your journey, comrade.
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PO3 Phyllis Maynard ♥️ While we're at, there's a final book I just recently began which would be immensely helpful to all those who self-medicate with nicotine, alcohol or worse: "Just One More" by Ajahn Amaro. Although I recommend reading Eight Mindful Steps to Happiness first
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ENS Chris "Cabbage" Vuille-Kowing
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First time using this website and it appears the book name and author was cut off from my main post... "Eight Mindful Steps to Happiness: Walking The Buddha's Path by Bhante Gunaratana"
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PO3 Phyllis Maynard
PO3 Phyllis Maynard
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ENS Chris "Cabbage" Vuille-Kowing a lot of that has been going on. And maybe the Admin Oversight decided it was promoting some kind of for-profit business.
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