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First Read Copy And WowRead copy and wow a book to win This book is uite eye opening If only people would take one of her simple exercises and ealize how truly grateful we should be In a take take take simple exercises and The Crimson Thread: A Retelling of Rumpelstiltskin realize how truly grateful we should be In a take take take it is nice to see someoneeaching out and telling us to step back and appreciate the little things we take for granted I love how
She Focuses On Reeducationfocuses on The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity reeducation train your brain to think in a calm and peaceful manner so that you can exude your peace onto others in turn One of my favorite parts in the book was when she talked about how in a sense our education system is failing us from the very start We are taught how toead write and solve math problems but many life lessons are often overlooked The addiction to technology and the need to control all aspects of not only our own lives but others lives as well are all topics that Ms Bonheim gives a uniue light to A wonderful No Beast So Fierce: The Terrifying True Story of the Champawat Tiger, the Deadliest Animal in History read enough to make you step back and be grateful for what you have Disclaimer Ieceived this book as part of Goodreads giveaway program Thank you Most of us want to find some semblance of peace in our lives a way to shut up the chattering voice of doubt anger andor dissonance in our lives In Evolving Toward Peace Awakening the Global Heart Jalaja Bonheim attempts to lead us toward gaining that peace while building toward a peaceful global community from the back cover While the book s introduction is a little long it helps give the Close to the Land: The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 1820-1870 reader some background on where Bonheim is coming from both physically and emotionally My main concern with the intro came from its New Age y feel which almost made me put the book down Bonheim al. The Sacred Ego is a mustead for anyone who has ever watched the news and wondered ''What the heck is wrong with us Are we all crazy''Yes we are says Bonheim an internationally Berlayar di Pamor Badik renowned teacher whose profound spiritual wisdom keen psychological insight and down to earth pragmatism have helped thousands of people find inner peace and enjoy fulfilling harmoniouselationships With a wealth of iveting stories from her work with leaders and peacemakers from around the world she pinpoints the dysfunctional habits and beliefs within our collective consciousness that are keeping us mired in destructive and self destructive behaviors Simultaneously she celebrates the journey of healing and transformation that millions have embarked on and shares some powerful practices from her workshops Many popular books celebrate the evolution of human consciousness and the joys of spiritual awakening yet ignore the very. .
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Her Idea Of Circlework Inidea of circlework in people gather in circles to strengthen their capacity for heart thinking This circlework is her method of helping people find peace Near the end of the intro Bonheim writes Together we can movefrom violence to peace page 23 She also ecommends that the Münchhausen's Pigtail, or Psychotherapy Reality reader not try to absorb whole chapters in a single gulp I found this to be good advice as it is too easy to become overwhelmed Much of what is written in Evolving Toward Peace seemedepetitive making the eader possibly want to skip over sections while missing some of what Bonheim has writtenThe body of the book is broken down into four main parts each with several chapters to ead through Each chapter is filled with anecdotes from Bonheim s observations as well as uotes from a wide variety of people places books and points of view to help drive home the point that each chapter
Is Trying To Teachtrying to teach chapters then end with several exercises for the The Pink Pearl reader to do and which are described fully in Appendix IIIn the end while much of what Evolving Toward Peace Awakening the Global Heart has to offer iselevant to helping better one s self the idea of a global movement may be a difficult undertaking with one book and the New Age feel may be a turn off to many of those Bonheim is trying to Migrant Resistance in Contemporary Europe reach That said I would advise a potentialeader to check out a copy as there are portions that even among skeptics can help one s understanding of one s self I am still not completely done with the book but I felt it was only fair to go ahead and give my opinion because I think this book is great It is well written and encourages deep thi. Real obstacles lurking within the human psyche If such inner adversaries are mentioned at all they are dismissed as aspects of the ego which we are supposedly capable of discarding at will While such books Have Feel Good Value feel good value typically fail to trigger eal transformation The Sacred Ego is one of the very few books that faces our collective dysfunction head on without judgment yet with clear sighted pragmatism Based on her work with peacemakers from around the world Jalaja Bonheim pinpoints the exact sources of conflict and warfare within our own psyche and shows how and why we undermine our desire for peace From there she goes on to show us the practical steps we can take towards transforming the collective habits both in ourselves and in our world that stand in the way of peace The Sacred Ego bridges spirituality psychology and activism in a way very few other books have achieved Though all sp. Nking I got my highlighter and pen out on page 2 and make sure they are near when I open
This Book To Do Readingbook to do eading there are pieces that I may not agree with I understand the points And likely than not I DO agree with much of what is being said Either way And likely than not I DO agree with much of what is being said Either way has opened my mind up to different ways of thinking which is always welcome As I said above I am not completely done with it yet but this book has already made a great impression upon me Favorite uotes from the book Since we can t force others to change the biggest contribution we can make toward healing the world is to heal ourselves Jalaja Bonheimwe cannot overcome violence with violence Instead we need to address the unmet needs that fuel it All human beings share the need for Fairy Tales are True: Silent Reach from the Dunes to the Khumba Mela respect autonomy economic security and safety Disregard any one of needs and violence is sure to follow Jalaja BonheimToday Ioutinely fall in love with total strangers and am consistently amazed and humbled by our capacity for courage wisdom compassion and forgiveness Jalaja Bonheimour planet is groaning under an unbearable burden of toxicity unleashed by the most violent arrogant and destructive species that ever was Jalaja Bonheim It was a bit shallow in my opinion like a collection of intuitive spiritual Galaxies in the Universe: An Introduction reflexions Ieally enjoy the cover but was Dying to Be Ill: True Stories of Medical Deception really deceived by this book It would have been interesting if the author hadelied on theories in philosophypsychology in particular on the psychodynamic theory which already shed light on these concepts in a exhaustive way I m amazed at how helpful I fond this book to be Anyone who s looking for some peace in life should start with this boo. Iritual teachings aim to change the world for the better the general perception is still that spirituality is a private Matter That Has Little that has little on public life Bonheim shows the fallacy of this view Clarifying the distinction between Octavio's Journey religion and spirituality she explains why spirituality far from irrelevant actually holds the key to human survival in our times She also highlights the keyole that women are playing at this time of global transformation and shows how by strengthening feminine ualities within ourselves we can create a gentler and compassionate world for future generations Though Bonheim does not deny the seriousness of the crisis we're facing her message is one of hope Filled with inspiring stories this book makes Philosophy in Social Work readers feel that they belong to a global family and have the power not only to heal their own life but also to make a meaningful contribution towards healing our plane.