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  • What to Remember When Waking: The Disciplines of Everyday Life | David Whyte

    What to Remember When Waking: The Disciplines of Everyday Life

    • ORIGINAL (5 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By David Whyte
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    A poet like David Whyte turns words into transcendent vehicles for spirit. With What to Remember When Waking, this celebrated writer and teacher reveals how our reality is created through conversation with the universe-and how we can create an identity robust enough to meet life's gifts and demands.

    Sabrina says: "The best audiobook experience I've had so far"
  • Clear Mind, Wild Heart | David Whyte

    Clear Mind, Wild Heart

    • ORIGINAL (6 hrs and 1 min)
    • By David Whyte
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    In Clear Mind, Wild Heart, you will join this acclaimed poet and teacher to engage with the poetic imagination as your companion and guide for the difficult terrain we are all traversing. Poetry, teaches Whyte, offers immediate and powerful tools unique from any other tradition. It can help us to see beyond the fragile surfaces of our lives, open us to the universal cycles and patterns that shape our lives, and awaken our conversation with what has been called the Untouchable, the Numinous, or the Eternal.

    Agnes says: "Such an inspirational whole-hearted and animated contribution to the world"
  • Midlife and the Great Unknown | David Whyte

    Midlife and the Great Unknown

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By David Whyte
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    "In the middle of the road of my life I awoke in a dark wood, where the true way was wholly lost." When you find yourself suddenly without bearings, as Dante Alighieri voiced so well centuries ago, where will you look for guidance? Throughout the ages, teaches David Whyte, the language of poetry has held a special power to hazard ourselves boldly at the "fierce edges" of our lives. On Midlife and the Great Unknown, you will engage with poetic imagination as it was meant to be experienced.

    Katherine says: "Favorite long drive CD"
  • When the Heart Breaks: A Journey Through Requited and Unrequited Love | David Whyte

    When the Heart Breaks: A Journey Through Requited and Unrequited Love

    • ORIGINAL (2 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By David Whyte
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    If you never knew disappointment, would you ever grow? If you had never felt loss, could you have compassion for another? Without real heartache, would you ever know the greatness of love? On When the Heart Breaks, David Whyte invites you to join him in an investigation of a question that rests at the center of human experience. With a poet's insight into the landscape of the soul, he offers a deeply moving exploration of how we experience love and loss, and how with resilience and time we can rise again each time we are broken.

    Erin says: "Seeps into your heart slowly and sweetly"
  • The Three Marriages: Reimagining Work, Self and Relationship | David Whyte

    The Three Marriages: Reimagining Work, Self and Relationship

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 41 mins)
    • By David Whyte
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    According to Whyte, we humans are involved not just with one marriage with a significant other. We also have made secret vows to our work and unspoken vows to an inner, constantly developing self. Whyte's thesis is that to separate these marriages in order to balance them is to destroy the fabric of happiness itself; that in each of these marriages, will, effort, and hard work are overused, overrated, and in many ways self-defeating.

    Elizabeth says: "RARE SELF-HELP BOOK THAT ACTUALLY HELPS"
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