The Tao of fully feeling: Harvesting forgiveness out of blame (2020)

The Tao of fully feeling: Harvesting forgiveness out of blame Pete Walker The Tao of fully feeling Harvesting forgiveness out of blame The Tao of Fully Feeling Harvesting Forgiveness Out of Blame has been acclaimed by many therapists and clients as a powerful compassionate and pragmatic tool for guiding recovery Alice Miller autho
  • Title: The Tao of fully feeling: Harvesting forgiveness out of blame
  • Author: Pete Walker
  • ISBN: 9780964299603
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Paperback
The Tao of fully feeling: Harvesting forgiveness out of blame Pete Walker The Tao of Fully Feeling Harvesting Forgiveness Out of Blame, has been acclaimed by many therapists and clients as a powerful, compassionate and pragmatic tool for guiding recovery Alice Miller, author of The Drama of the Gifted Child, wrote Pete Walker wrote a book about his own recovery from emotional numbness The author passionately explores as thoroughly as possibThe Tao of Fully Feeling Harvesting Forgiveness Out of Blame, has been acclaimed by many therapists and clients as a powerful, compassionate and pragmatic tool for guiding recovery Alice Miller, author of The Drama of the Gifted Child, wrote Pete Walker wrote a book about his own recovery from emotional numbness The author passionately explores as thoroughly as possible the role of emotions in human life The result is not only a moving, honest recount but also an informative guide for people who want to become aware of their buried feelings Walker s well explained concept of reparenting will help them go through this fascinating process in a safe, protected way.
The Tao of fully feeling: Harvesting forgiveness out of blame Pete Walker

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  1. Jamie

    I loved this book i was so turned off by the tile and cover page that i never went for it but don t let that stop you This book has clear tips and insights on dealing with trauma past present and future real good societal analysis as well.

  2. lov2laf

    The Tao of Fully Feeling is an excellent book.The author tackles a difficult subject matter but breaks it down into easily digestible chunks Each section is a kernel of wisdom to be taken in and then revisited as needed It s well written and highly relatable covering topics of grief, forgiveness, fake forgiveness, and self compassion in full detail My biggest takeaway was that forgiveness of ourselves is essential in the healing process In order to forgive, we need to recognize and assert blame [...]

  3. Tom Britz

    This book seemed to take forever to read, because it reawoke a lot of things that happened to me I spent almost as much time reliving the past as I did reading Pete Walker deserves my undying gratitude for showing me that I am not alone.

  4. Marsmannix

    Companion book to Dr Walkers suriving c ptsd This one focuses, as the title says on forgiveness, but again, the author doesn t offer the sickening bromides usually found in self help books I am not ready to forgive and may never be This one was a little harder for me to read because of that.If you are dealing with C PTSD, have both of his books in your library, because you will refer to them again and again I bought the Kindle versions, but i m going to get hard copies so i can highlight and mak [...]

  5. Cynthia

    Best recovery process outline I ve ever seen Just wish the treatment of the trauma resolution parts were aligned with current neurobiological data Somatic Experiencing could probably improve outcomes and duration of recovery process I think the cover and title are a huge turnoff barrier to people who could benefit from the book My copy has a terribly printed cover and the book print itself is also pretty bad faded type and can see the white dots in the type also.

  6. Aman Mittal

    The Tao of Fully Feeling is the best companion I have found to read in the Dark Times.I got this book as a recommendation from another blogger who convinced me that Pete Walker s writing is extraordinary On reading the book, not only I found his vocabulary pleasing but as well as his writing style and the message he wants to convey through his written words.The subject matter of this book is all about acknowledging one s emotional intelligence If you remember Daniel Goleman s bestseller and and [...]

  7. Suzy

    60% through the book There has been little to no interesting or useful content, and it is painfully boring Therefore, I have made the decision to abandon it.

  8. Chloe Melani

    This book is a very good and clear explanation of the problems and issues that can arise from a turbulent childhood People suffering from childhood emotional abuse may not know that they are allowed to feel all human emotions The book discusses how society also contributes to poor emotional health It highlights the one sided thinking that seems to be accepted regarding human emotions that we should only strive to feel the positive emotions and ignore anything that is bad.For people suffering fro [...]

  9. Abagail

    Even though this one was written first, this is best read as a follow up to Walker s other book, Complex PTSD From Surviving to Thriving Read Complex PTSD first to get an overview of CPTSD as a condition, and to figure out whether or not it applies to you If his writing resonates with you, pick a copy of The Tao of Fully Feeling for a great road map to help you on your way to emotional healing I found this book highly helpful and would strongly recommend it.

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