Coming from the Stoic camp, I tried to practice this philosophy and searched for exercises and have found this:
"A Handbook for New Stoics: How to Thrive in a World Out of Your Control―52 Week-by-Week Lessons "
Is there something similar there for Epicurean Philosophy ?
The threads in this forum area are very helpful but I am searching for a more bigger "training plan" / framework or something in this direction.
If not I am thinking about to do this lections from the book again but with the Epicurean worldview in mind.
The good thing is, that the authors have a more naturalistic worldview than the Stoic physic and scientific reference.
What would be a comprehensive Epicurean learning/training plan ?
Maybe curriculum like from the Stoics (desire, action, judgment)
Or the fields of philosophy:
( learn basics of canonics scientific epistemology/
naturalistic worldview science /
ethics ( desire, pleasure/pain, virtue, attention/meditation, hedonic calculus, friendship, value clarification,
positiv psychology... )
But maybe I should question the whole project and it makes more sense to be more attentive/prudent in the everyday life.
But would be motivating to have something like the path to become an Epicurean Sage