Actually it is a very useful book to explore how we judge ourselves all the time. But i think it is too long. It repeats similar thoughts and exercises again and again. Dec 17, Cynthia rated it really liked it. Amazing book! Yoga is about quieting the mind Jul 05, Krissa Lebacqz rated it it was amazing.
Yes, its self-help but it was really helpful. May 06, Hyland rated it really liked it Shelves: wisdom.
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This is one fabulous book. It gets rid of the judge that is always telling us we're not doing what we should. Highly recommended. Apr 10, Lucian Chipuc rated it it was amazing. It offered me nice coaching perspectives. Jan 05, Carol Schindler rated it it was amazing. Great book.
I think everyone could benefit from reading it. Feb 11, Catherine is currently reading it. Digging it. Getting through the Diamond Heart basics of true nature and reality. I never feel full though.
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Quotes from Soul Without Sham Society supports this. However, if you choose to pursue inner work--the search for understanding who you are, what your life means, and what reality is--you are by necessity setting yourself directly in conflict with your judge. To explore what you believe, what you experience, why you act and feel the way you do, is to question the authority of the judge.
To bring the underpinnings of your psychological reality how you think and feel into consciousness means potentially replacing those assumptions and beliefs with direct knowledge. This would mean experiencing that your conscious awareness can begin to take the place of accepted standards and beliefs. Then you don't need to be guided, limited, and controlled by the unconscious through your judge. The expansion is a shift in your sense of who you are or who you have taken yourself to be: who you are becomes a little bigger, includes a little more than it did before. What does the judge do with these moments?
About this product. Make an offer:. Stock photo. Brand new: lowest price The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Format: Paperback Condition: New! Other notes. See details. See all 6 brand new listings. Buy It Now. Add to cart. About this product Product Information The superego, the judge within is the voice that's constantly on our case, that trips us up and brings us down. Workshop leader, Byron Brown, a senior student of A. Almaas, aims to help the reader to understand the working of the judge within, and to escape its harsh sentences.
Each chapter includes a dramatic reconstruction of how the judge operates, and includes exercises and practices to ease them along the path to inner freedom. MP3 CD. Very Good.
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