Yunsu Ha Invites Readers on a Journey to Transcendence

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Eastern transcendentalism and the western rational thinking meld together in new book “Artificial Transcendentalism”

According to data found in the website proactivechange.com, one-third of Americans feel that they are living with extreme stress. Being stressed has many adverse physical, psychological and even financial consequences. The book “Artificial Transcendentalism” offers a solution for managing stress and other debilitating habits. Written by Yunsu Ha, this is a timely and helpful read that integrates eastern transcendentalism and the west’s rational approaches to thinking and healing.

Much like yoga, the fundamental principle espoused in the book is that physical discipline could lead to mental liberation. This discipline is key in helping people discover the passage to infinite transcendence and understanding of the self. The author elucidates many issues that are essential in the journey towards self-discovery. In the process he reveals the meaning of intuition, the importance of moderation, the reason why people feel inadequate or inferior, and how to overcome negative perceptions and harmful thought processes. Ultimately, “Artificial Transcendentalism” is aimed at breaking the thick congestion of mental instability. It will pave the way for the inflow of peace and therefore a better sense of value in everyday life.

Backed by an extensive experience in the field of oriental medicine, Buddhist meditation, Confucian teachings and eastern philosophy, the author delivers a practical guidebook for surviving today’s demanding times. “Artificial Transcendentalism” will prove to be a wellspring of insight and inspiration.

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About the Author
Yunsu Ha is an Oriental Medicine Doctor from South Korea. He studied Buddhist meditation, Confucian sutras and Eastern philosophies while earning a degree in Oriental Medicine. He operated his own clinic in South Korea. There he applied acupuncture and herb medicine to treat physical and mental problems. Just as he recommends using acupuncture and herb medicine for relaxation and revitalization, he suggests reading a book about meditation and intuitive philosophies.

Artificial Transcendentalism * by Yunsu Ha
Publication Date: October 20, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 195 pages; 978-1-4653-7790-6
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 195 pages; 978-1-4653-7791-3
eBook; $9.99; ISBN 978-1-4653-7792-0

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