Awareness: Conversations with the Masters Audible Audiolibro – Versión íntegra
Awareness awakens you to the truth that you possess everything you need right now to be happy and fulfilled.
Happiness is your natural state. You don't need to do anything to acquire it; you only need to drop something. This audiobook shows you what that is. There is not a single person who ever gave time to being aware who’s quality of life didn't change.
You see life differently because you are different. You respond to people and situations differently. You see things you have never seen before. Beautiful things. You're much more energetic, much more alive. When you finally awake, you don't try to make good things happen; they just happen. You understand suddenly that everything that happens to you is good. You understand that all is well, even at times when things seem a mess. You discover that there is a loving force surrounding you at all times that is always within reach, always right here in your midst, making your life meaningful and beautiful and rich.
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|Duración del título||7 horas y 26 minutos|
|Autor||Anthony de Mello|
|Narrador||Anthony De Mello|
|Fecha de lanzamiento en Audible.es||octubre 02, 2019|
|Editor||The Center for Spiritual Exchange|
|Tipo de programa||Audiolibro|
|Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon|| nº350 en Audible Libros y Originales (Ver el Top 100 en Audible Libros y Originales) |
nº12 en Espiritualidad
nº47 en Éxito personal
nº7,562 en Cristianismo (Libros)
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If you are a Christian within a particular culture, you may find it unsettling. For example, de Mello refers with approval to some ideas and attitudes of Eastern non-Christian mysticism.
For myself the answer is:
(1) it is wrong - and contrary to the teachings of the Church - to consider that all other religions lack insight or truth. The critical difference is in the question "Is Jesus Christ God?". If you believe Yes, and hold that in mind while reading the book, you will be alright.
(2) The book is not an exposition of Christianity; but it does revive concepts which the Church in practice has neglected, but we're very much alive in other times e.g. the Desert Fathers.
I suggest you read the book and apply the concepts to your own relationship with God. You will find that they are enriching and revealing. If you come across something with which you do not agree, simply reject it and read on.
Half the group thought it was outstanding. The other half, including me, thought it was largely a waste of time and didn't get it. It seems to be a transcript of a seminar in the '80s, but it's completely unstructured and comes across like the random thoughts of a drunk, meandering with no direction.
There were a handful of gems of wisdom, but on the whole having finished reading it I'm still not sure what it was about or what I was supposed to learn.
Each to their own, but this one wasn't for me.
I have recently sold most of my books as they don't speak to me in the same way and no longer serve me. Most just repeat same old, but this one is for keeps. Not so keen on his other books, apart from Rediscovering life which is also excellent.
Beautifully written with humour and love.
I would definitely recommend reading Anthony de Mello again and again.