Pleasure is a much more important part of our lives than we give it credit for. In its many forms, it is what we all crave the most. But there are significant ways that we can work with pleasure, not just for enjoying life more, but also to be more effective, creative, caring, loving, healthy, spiritually connected - and happy.
By learning the individual skills that build pleasure and joy, and by using the powerful exercises, you will soon be able to make a life for yourself that is more deeply satisfying than you've ever imagined. There's no reason to waste another minute on past regret, anger, or fear of the future. Great joy, love, and happiness are your birthright. Claim them now and learn how to savor yourself by using The Skills of Pleasure.
What did you like about this audiobook?
I thought this book was wonderful! Listening to it connected me to a deep feeling of security. It was a warmth born from the self-assurance that I can trust myself. It gave me a confident sense that I can embrace life and all the pleasures it contains. Blackburn’s deep baritone is very soothing as his voice guides the listener through concepts and exercises to release and acknowledge our pleasures. We all have the ability to experience more joy all the time. Whether you are unhappy seeking happiness or generally jolly seeking ecstasy, I think this book will provide you with more direction to achieve your goals.
How has the book increased your interest in the subject matter?
I have heard Mr. Blackburn intends to write more about how we may use the concepts presented in Huna to enhance our lives. I am looking forward to these publications. I am also researching more about Serge Kahili King.
Does the author present information in a way that is interesting and insightful, and if so, how does he achieve this?
The material presented captivated me with its real life examples that I could easily relate to.
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i was expecting examples , techniques, walk through scenarios more of a practical manual. I found positive cognitive therapy theory instead. not for me