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Ikigai: Los secretos de Japón para una vida larga y feliz

Only staying active will make you want to live a hundred years. Japanese proverb According to the Japanese, everyone has an ikigaia reason for living. And according to the residents of the Japanese village with the worlds longest-living people, finding it is the key to a happier and longer life. Having a strong sense of ikigaithe place where passion, mission, vocation, and profession intersectmeans that each day is infused with meaning. Its the reason we get up in the morning. Its also the reason many Japanese never really retire (in fact theres no word in Japanese that means retire in the sense it does in English): They remain active and work at what they enjoy, because theyve found a real purpose in lifethe happiness of always being busy. In researching this book, the authors interviewed the residents of the Japanese village with the highest percentage of 100-year-oldsone of the worlds Blue Zones. Ikigai reveals the secrets to their longevity and happiness: how they eat, how they mov...

Title : Ikigai: Los secretos de Japón para una vida larga y feliz
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ISBN : 9788479539221
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 192 pages
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Ikigai: Los secretos de Japón para una vida larga y feliz Reviews

  • BookishDubai

    This book has nothing to do with Ikigai. Honestly it should've been titled How to Live a Long Life like an Okinawan.

  • Jenny Grant

    The last book I read on this topic was really inspiring and I couldn’t put it down.

    I was looking forward to reading this one and was woefully disappointed.

    It’s insipid, tedious and misses the point entirely.

  • Ezgi Tülü

    DNF @ 35%

  • Chris Chester

    I kind of feel bad panning this book, because I think helping people find their ikigai -- or their purpose in life -- is a worthwhile goal.

    The problem is, I have to think that the author and his publisher know that this book doesn't come anywhere close to achieving that goal.

    Instead, this book is a jumbled mess. It borrows heavily from the work of others, from Victor Frankl to the guys studying flow states, slaps on a thin veneer of received wisdom from Japanese octogenarians and attempts to pas

  • Imogen Kathleen

    Ikigai is a Japanese concept that translates to 'reason for being'. Until picking this book up on a whim (the cover was pretty, and I am easily sold on pretty books), I had never really heard of this idea, so this book acted as my introduction.

    The Good

    - This book was simply written and concise (for the most part), with little emphasis on flowery or pretentious writing, thus making for a quick and easy read.

    - The cover of this book is stunning. It's 100% why I picked the book up.

    - As someone wh

  • Helen

    Meh. It's really just a recap of The Blue Zones of Happiness with emphasis on the Okinawa aspect. The quote I find most disconcerting, after reading the entire book, is "There is no perfect strategy to connecting with our ikigai"....but (what we learn from the Okinawans) is "don't worry too much about finding it." But then, in the next and final page, they say, "if you don't know what your ikigai is yet, as Viktor Frankl says, your mission is to discover it."

    So which is it? And aside from exerci

  • thebookishbulletin

    The below review is as on https://thebookishbulletin.wordpress....

    Having read a good number of self-help books in the past and not being too inspired by any of them, I was kind of reluctant to pick this one up. But there was something so soothing and inviting about the cover-the depiction of Japanese cherry blossoms because of which I decided that maybe it was worth a shot. Believe me, I was not disappointed.

    Ikigai is a treasure trove of life’s secrets. It posits a series of precise and workable

  • Irmak

    Beklentimi hiçbir açıdan karşılamayan bir kitap oldu Ikigai. İçerisinde birçoğumuzun bilmediği çok az şey barındırıyordu ki onlarda Japonlara has şeylerdi zaten. Diğer anlatılan her şey bir şekilde kulağımıza gelmiş olan, okuduğumuz ya da büyüklerimiz tarafından bize söylenen şeylerdi. Bu açıdan bana bir şeyler katan bir kitap olmadı.

    Kitap boyunca devamlı başka kitaplardan alıntılama, o kitaplardan verilen örnekler üzerinden ilerleme vardı. Ve bu beni bi yerden sonra rahatsız etti çünkü başka ki