1 edition of Feeling wisdom found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||BQ4570.P76 P73 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 174 pages|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||2014011587|
I learned how crucial it was to feel my way through my emotions so that I could connect with my inner wisdom. Devoting myself to processing my feelings, rather than letting them build up until they drained me, began to shift and transform my life. Depression became a distant memory. I stopped feeling the need to drink, heavily or at all. "But if any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all men generously and without reproach, and it will be given to him." (James ). Mormons typically quote this verse in support of praying about the Book of Mormon as is suggested within its pages.
With hand-written narratives accompanied by dozens of simple drawings Charlie Mackesy creates a world of infinite kindness, wisdom, and true friendship. In a similar vein to The Tao of Pooh and The Giving Tree, this book radiates with warmth and wit . Wisdom can’t be acquired simply through reading books; knowledge is one thing, wisdom quite another. Wise people continue to doubt themselves (and that’s part of what makes them wise). Wisdom.
3. It's Tiny Buddha, off the web. You could spend time searching through the archives for posts related to loving yourself, and then print them out for reading at home. Or you could purchase this book to have all those stories in one anthology—complete with summaries of the . The wisdom contained in these various sources is vast and can help you (or someone you know) to a speedy recovery and a stronger and brighter future. Please feel free to leave a comment here about these books. If you have other suggestions, or feel like I missed a book or two, please let me know. I'm always up for learning more.
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Rob Preece is a contemplative psychotherapist and a long-time practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism. A former faculty member of Sharpham College, he leads meditation retreats and workshops that compare Jungian and Buddhist views of psychology.
He is the author of several previous books, including The Wisdom of Imperfection and The Courage to Heal/5(11). Feeling Wisdom: Working with Emotions Using Buddhist Teachings and Western Psychology by Rob Preece.
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saving. Want to Read/5. “On the path to greater freedom and wisdom, psychotherapy typically encourages us to get to know our feelings, even to follow them into stories of meaning and action. Buddhism, on the other hand, tends to encourage us to temper or ignore our feelings as a means to liberation from suffering.
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Feeling Wisdom Quotes Showing of 9 “There were many of us who believed relationships, in particular, were something to be avoided because this kind of contact would lead to all manner of feelings that were disturbing and would be a distraction to our practice of the : Rob Preece.
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Wisdom is a status, more of a set of personality characteristics not learnable from books. Lincoln read very few but was very wise. George Will has read many books but is the opposite of wise. Focus on your treatment of others, keeping a balanced perspective and staying emo. healthy.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: Part One: Feeling awareness --Life's blood --Ambivalence toward feeling --The spectrum of feeling --Delusions and emotions --Moods --The discernment of feeling --Reflection of presence --Learning to be with feelings --Creating inner space --Part Two: Emotional integrity.
Please note: The wisdom behind emotion and feeling is a book for adults of all ages. The illustrations offer emotional safety. Young adults (16+) can read the book with support of a. More wisdom quotes. See also: The Book You Really Need to Read Next (5 minutes YouTube video by The School of Life) Part 3.
Book Quotes About Book Quotes About Life. Go to table of contents. Reading is a basic tool in the living of a good life. Mortimer J. Adler. Life-transforming ideas have always come to me through books. bell hooks.
Wisdom is one of those qualities that is difficult to define—because it encompasses so much—but which people generally recognize when they encounter it. And it is encountered most obviously in. Situated Cognition and the Wisdom in Feelings: Cognitive Tuning, Norbert Schwarz7.
Emotional Response Categorization as Emotionally Intelligent Behavior, Paula M. Niedenthal, Nathalie Dalle, and Anette Rohmann8.Truly a motivating book! We have read his book and you can read our review on, Feeling Your Way Through Life. You can also visit David's site for more info on David and on his book.
Below are famous words of wisdom by David DeNotaris, from his book, Feeling Your Way Through Life. Inner wisdom either can be a calm, serene feeling or a passionate, electric feeling, Leaf said.
Either way, it has “a deep sense of rightness.” Living from this rightness is liberating and.