Marcus Aurelius Colouring Book comes with:
57 stunning designs
57 brilliant quotes
Reminder of the benefits of mindful practice
Reminder of the effects of stress
3 Guided Mindfulness Practices
TLDR (Too Long, Didn't Read) introduction to Marcus Aurelius
Journaling, ideas, doodle pages
The last of the Five Good Emperors, Marcus Aurelius is a reminder that despite the saying that “absolute power corrupts absolutely,” that is not always the case. At the time of his death, he was one of the most powerful people on earth.
Marcus Aurelius kept a journal where he would write to his younger self: words of wisdom, words of inquiry and words of inspiration as he sought to become a better version of himself. With no intention of his words being made public, Marcus was candid and transparent about what he felt wanted attention and improvement and how he could go about accomplishing that.
The writings of Marcus Aurelius were compiled into a book titled, Meditations. This colouring book comprises quotes and insights from those writings.
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