Blue Truth has ratings and 19 reviews. In Blue Truth, David Deida presents a treasury of skills and insights for uncoverin You are deeper than your life. “Blue Truth is a brilliant book, absolutely gorgeous. Ancient wisdom on sacred sexuality, freed of historical and cultural trappings, glows from. Life & Death. 1 Love Fully and Die 2 Feel Before Memory 3 Give Everything Now 4 Unfold Your Heart 5 Resist Nothing 6 Breathe Everything.
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Personally, think this book is great guide to spiritual awakening in mind, body, and heart. It is rather a poem than a plain instruction manual. In Part Two, he reveals how to walk this path in the wilderness of intimate relationship, illuminating the art and play of sexual gifting, including how to expertly navigate the tangle of anger, jealousy, fear, lust, and much, much more.
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Dec 04, Paul rated it it was amazing. The first 8 chapters repeat the same things over and over about being open, giving love, and not clenching, ad nauseam, and it would seem that the following chapters continue this trend. I am just knocked out by this book. Or so it seems.
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In your secret depth of being, you are infinite, creative, boundless and utterly unable to press your full glory into the world. I do not even recommend reading too much chapters in one sitting. His ten books are published in more than twenty-five languages worldwide and are required reading in university, church, and spiritual center courses. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Ships deixa and sold by Amazon. Or so it seems.
Beyond our time on the meditation cushion or yoga mat, spiritual awakening includes transcending our unfulfilling habitual conditioning, learning to love, and expressing our deepest heart in the midst of our everyday human lives.
All of Deida’s books are in my permanent book collection.
This one is just too repetitive and not applicable to the real world. Loved this book, especially the first half of it. Sexuality in particular tends to hold people back from spiritual progress and development; the second half of this book is directed at transmuting this limitation into an opportunity, through skillful means of naked awareness practice and truth-method davif self-realization.
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The relatively short chapters are perfect for consuming one at a time, providing the reader with opportunities to digest before beginning the next. A great insight into masc and fem energies and desires. There’s no fluff or overblown theories about afterlives or pantheons of gods. Selena Kitt rated it really liked it May 13, Love Fully and Die.
Contents Love Fully and Die. In your secret depth of being, you are infinite, creative, boundless, and utterly unable to press your full glory into the world. In part one, Deida hlue you how to open as the entirety of the moment, feeling as deep inside and as far outside as you can, for as long as now opens.
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The author draws on some of the most practical aspects of Buddhist philosophy, but this is not a “new age” book. Awakening Your Sexual Essence. Click I Have iTunes to open it now. I think everyone should read it because if you go in with an open mind, you may learn something about yourself. In part one, Deida shows you how to open as the entirety of the moment, feeling as deep inside and as far outside as you can, for as long as now opens.
I feel that Deida has reached a new level of poetic genius in ddeida writing, and his understanding of feminine psychology astounds me. You are more loving than your relationships allow, more brilliant than your career suggests. The author repeats himself a lot in this one.