No. I find myself pulling over to the side of the road often, to take notes. It's so packed with valuable stuff, it's hard just to listen and drive.
I recommend anything by Richard Rohr. I do find it easier to read, though
This classic tale is relevant and compelling today. The reading is understandable and the pace is perfect.
Fabulous. Loved this presentation and content
Had to pull off the road many times to write things down, found this book so packed with great information, quotes, stories. I will likely now buy the hardcopy.
The interesting exercises that are very provokative of honest inquiry
No, I would recommend, "Loving What Is"
THe down side of this audio is that the personal examples were staged, acted out. THis took away from the genuineness for me. When I listened to , "loving what is" the live interviews were what blew me away, as I could experience the genuineness and was deeply moved. Having these interviews staged, even though they were real, did take away a great deal from my ability to receive them well. Since Katie's approach is so radical, I need the live stuff to make it real for me.
I am already using her exercises in my daily life. I really, really like the places they take me, toward greater levels of honesty.
Byron Katie's work is worth a second and a third look. There is gold here.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend who has an interest in Buddhism, Mindfulness, or Pema Chodron
Pema brings her laughter, her genuine compassion and her gentle clarity. Her voice is soothing and uplifting while offering a depth of learning.
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