Most of us relate to our emotions by either running from the difficult ones or clinging ot the pleasant ones. But accoring to empathic counselor and researcher Karla McLaren, all of our emotions are important messagers sent to us to bring clarity, keep us in integrity, and free us from suffering.
On Language of Emotions, she offers listeners a breakthrough guide toward a new and empowering relationship with our feeling states. This practical lexicon for a working spectrum of emotions explores the latest insights about emotion from psychology and neurology, how to use your emotions responsibly - instead of over-reacting to or repressing them - and emotions as the gateway to personal healing and fulfillment.
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I tried to read the book and found it very dry and hard to plow through, but I knew others who'd read it and found the information as useful as it sounds in the publisher's own description. So I downloaded the Audible version despite reading that said it's not the same as the book . . . and that turned out to be a very good decision! This version was compelling, easier to absorb and remember, and very worthwhile. I have listened through once and will be listening at least one more time. I look forward to this book's healing influence on my life -- I feel I got a LOT for my 7 hours and 30 minutes.
Finally a useful resource for decoding emotions! No references to 'unconditional love' (which is so often misused to perpetuate victimization and can defeat any potential for advancement). Really tangible, practical information about recognizing what emotional responses represent and how to effectively work with them. Karla McLaren is motivationally comforting and deeply respectful of the human spirit.
This is not the book! I have the book and wanted to get this to be able to listen to while I walk and to read along with when I do have the time to sit. This should be presented as a companion to the book.I am very dissappointed! I find her reference to New Age concepts as "New Agy" is actually quite condescending
the book is really good, but had i known the music between the chapters was so irritating i would NOT HAVE BOUGHT IT. Awful to the point of nails down a chalk board. A W F U L!
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