In this workshop, listeners uncover the insights about their own relationship with money, and learn how make the transformation to a life of sufficiency, contentment, and benefit to others in the world.
©2006 Lynne Twist; (P)2006 Sounds True
The content is rich, deep and you feel with her EVERY SINGLE words.
A must read for all of us...
So many books about "how to make money" and so little about what is money :)
enough is MORE
Retired Library Media Specialist. Professor of Instructional Technology. Over 65 and living in Chicago.
Yes, I am sure hearing it from the author is better than trying to infer her meaning.
I have not read another book like this.
The outstanding description of the culture of the consumer and how Americans are being manipulated into thinking we are poor were outstanding and memorable. But most important was the authors method of questioning the audience about their relationship with people and how it compares to their relationship with money.
I was most moved when the author referred to her experiences funding raising for the world hunger program.
I highly recommend that everyone in America hear this book and the mediation about money she recorded separately and in this book.
Great application of ACIM lessons and Byron Katie-like tools to a common source of discomfort in our World - Our relationship with money. Combines insights, as well as uncovers the 'Oh I knew that' that lurks just before my awareness. Add practical exercises to that and you've got one of those books which really is better as an audio. For example, one of the exercises is a guided meditation - as an audio the author prompts for the next layer of thinking every couple of minutes. Not sure how that would work in book format...
Lot's of info packed into a couple of hours. I am on my fourth listen and getting new stuff.
I loved this book, it really shifted my awareness to sufficiency, gratitude and celebration in a way that that has anchored it in my heart and cells - I am filled with enthusiasm.
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