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FREE READ Ø What to Remember When Waking ½ Essential Skills for a Full and Courageous LifeWhen you think about personal transformation do you have a picture of who you want to become Many of us unconsciously create an idealized image of our “awakened” selves—and in doing so reveals David Whyte we undermine both the work and reward of Essential Skills for a Full and Courageous LifeWhen you think about personal transformation do you have a picture of who you want to become Many of us unconsciously create an idealized image of our “awakened” selves and in doing so reveals David Whyte we undermine both the work and reward of genuine transformation On What to Remember When Waking this celebrated poet and teacher offers wisdom for building the essential disciplines that will see us through the difficulties of our human journey skills of trust vulnerability momentum and courage in the face of the unknown Engage in the Great Conversation That Defines Your Life Our lives are defined by what David Whyte calls the “great conversation” a give and take relationship between our vision of ourselves and the unfolding mystery of reality Yet there are many conscious and unconscious ways that we often avoid living at this ever moving frontier Do you diminish life by attempting to assign names to e. such an excellent book the reading by the poet alone is worth the six hour listen the context he puts around and through the poetry makes it even better yes 5 stars he has valid and beautiful ideas to share with anyone who will listen and you do want to listen no doubt

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• The gift of vulnerability why lowering our defenses can enhance our perception dedication and joyfulness • Disciplines for cultivating the “fierce interior focus” that helps you maintain momentum in your life’s work • How embracing the feeling that you are out of place in the world can deepen your empathy and compassion for others• The art of knowing when to let your dreams mature in their own time • Beyond the pursuit of happiness opening yourself to the deeper fulfillment available in the high and low points of life• Becoming an apprentice to life how to approach new challenges with a sense of humility and wonder• Learning to delight in the unknown instead of trying to control it through labels and beliefs• Building a mature and welcoming relationship with death by embracing the richness that fragility brings to life• Over 5 12 hours of David Whyte's insights poetry and essential lessons for fully expressing your gifts in the wor. This has probably been the most important book I've read for my emotional and spiritual self Immortal Diamond by Richard Rohr is second Whyte uses poetry the language of the heart to explain and guide and encourage the intellect I feel truly better improved after reading this book It is one I am sure to reread many times

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What to Remember When WakingVerything instead of living robustly with the unknown Are you turning a blind eye to the invisible help that is all around you With penetrating insight and gentle guidance Whyte illuminates the core competencies that you must build in order to fully engage in the richness that life offers and to express your true work in the world What You Can Plan Is Too Small for You to Live “We do not always move forward because of the plans we make or the effort we expend” teaches David Whyte “The conversation itself often does the true work of transformation” Make sure the conversation is alive and everything takes its place Combining a teacher’s ability to provide practical guidance with a poet’s insight into the depths of the human soul he presents a powerful resource for anyone seeking growth and fulfillment on life’s journey with What to Remember When WakingHighlights Start where you are ways of recognizing the first necessary steps to find your path. Whyte provides a grounding His poetry circles around philosophy like a matador his bull I admire his insights his mellifluous tone his wisdom There is overlap in this with his other works just as there is the incessant repetition of his poems why it only a 4 star rating But still recommended