Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home [Pdf/E–Livre]

Every once in a while you "PICK UP A BOOK AT THE "up a book at the time This happened for me with Belonging As a Gurdjieff student it was suggested a book should be read 3 times once out loud The wealth of humanity understanding and compassion the beauty of how it has been written by Toko par has led me to be reading it for the second time already and to buy it for two friends already My soul had felt lost from rief and this book has helped me to begin to emerge from that to trust my instincts again One of my losses is a lot of my eyesight so I am hoping this will also become a talking book I belonged I am hoping this will also become a talking book I belonged its pages and needed its Marie de la mer, tome 2: Au château gentleness This book meant so much to me Toko pa s words flow like art and poetry to soothe the ache in the human heart that has not been spoken about before It s a recognition of where we are what we need and how we mightet back to. 2017 Nautilus Award Gold Winner2018 Readers' Favorite Gold Winner2018 Whistler Independent Book Award FinalistFeel like you don’t belong You’re not aloneThe world has never beenconnected yet people are lonelier than ever Whether we feel unworthy alienated or anxious about our place in the lonelier than ever Whether we feel unworthy alienated or anxious about our place in the the absence of. ,
Belonging: Remembering Ourselves HomeIng a step back in my journey The audiobook is a bit than 10 hours I stopped listening after 8 hours 48 minutes so I comment on All If Its ContentI Believe if its contentI believe sharing similar experiences even different circumstances can be validating and even cathartic Various books I read provided such validation to me some of which I stopped because I imagine I processed a challenging associated emotion and keeping with the book felt like keeping on nurturing itI don t kn A beautiful beautiful book that weaves together all the elements we need to bridge this terrible ulf between ourselves and each other and the world So many essential issues so richly experienced deeply explored and beautifully expressed that they feel like a raft back to shore Connecting us to everything this book is a welcome relief to the other personal development stuff out ther. Ing from the inside out Drawing on myth stories and dreams she takes us into the origins of our estrangement reframing exile as a necessary initiation into authenticity Then she shares the competencies of belonging a set of ancestral practices to heal our wounds of belonging a set of ancestral practices to heal our wounds restore true belonging to our lives and to the wor. ,


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Where we need to be This is a book which I hope if Enough People Read It people read it begin a whole movement Toko Pa is an astonishingly beautiful writer This book was recommended to me and it was absolutely fantastic I will continue to use the book in the future to recap and browse through the chapters as it is reassuring and supportive to anyone who is doing their inner work of self discovery whilst searching for ways to belong in the world Thanks so much Xxxx I bought the kindle edition and listened to the audio version The voice of the narrator triggers thought of suffering Her voice is soft and gentle but she also sounds to me like she is about but she also sounds to me like she is about cry for most of the book It s perception and obviously may not feel the same to everyone But the story along with the way it is told was difficult for me to sustain Some of it I related to but it felt like tak. Belonging is the reat silent wound of our times Most people think of belonging as a mythical place and they spend a lifetime searching for it in vain But what if belonging isn’t a place at all What "if it’s a skill that has been lost or forgottenWith her signature depth and elouence Toko "it’s a skill that has been lost or forgottenWith her signature depth and elouence Toko maps a path to Belong.