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What begins must end. Change often feels like a loss which results in sadness or anger. Change provokes us to tighten controls in our life, yet these attempts to control change can lead to suffering.
We hold on to so many things that cause us a great deal of pain, stress, and suffering — and instead of letting them all go, instead of allowing ourselves to be stress-free and happy — we cling on to them. Not anymore. Starting today we will give up on all those things that no longer serve us, and we will embrace change. Here we go.
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Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! Everything changes and ends -- Things do not always go according to plan -- Life is not always fair -- Pain is part of life -- People are not loving and loyal all the time -- Refuges from the givens -- How to become yes -- Lovingkindness -- Yes to feelings -- A yes to who I am Why is it that despite our best efforts, many of us remain fundamentally unhappy and unfulfilled in our lives?
In this provocative and inspiring book, David Richo distills thirty years of experience as a therapist to explain the underlying roots of unhappiness--and the surprising secret to finding freedom and fulfillment.
There are certain facts of life that we cannot change--the unavoidable "givens" of human existence. Richo shows us that by dropping our deep-seated resistance to these givens, we find liberation and discover the true gifts that life has to offer us. In the first part of the book, Richo identifies and explores the five "givens" of life, and especially of relationships: 1 everything changes and ends, 2 things do not always go according to plan, 3 life is not always fair, 4 pain is part of life, and 5 people are not loving and loyal all the time.
Richo helps us to understand that we cannot find real contentment in our lives until we acknowledge and come to terms with these facts. Once we begin to do that, we start to realize that these givens actually offer us profound opportunities. With warmth and poetic flare, Richo invites us to bring new honesty and realism to bear in our lives so that we can find lasting happiness. In part two, the author explains how we can cultivate an "unconditional yes" to these conditions of existence, how we can learn to open, accept, even embrace, our lives under any circumstances.
Blending Western psychology and Eastern spirituality, and including practical exercises, Richo shows us how to open up to our lives--including what is frightening, painful, or disappointing--and discover our greatest gifts. Date-raw January 11, Donor bostonpubliclibrary Edition 1st ed. There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China.
In this provocative and inspiring book, David Richo distills thirty years of experience as a therapist to explain the underlying roots of unhappiness—and the surprising secret to finding freedom and fulfillment. There are certain facts of life that we cannot change—the unavoidable "givens" of human existence: 1 everything changes and ends, 2 things do not always go according to plan, 3 life is not always fair, 4 pain is a part of life, and 5 people are not loving and loyal all the time. Richo shows us that by dropping our deep-seated resistance to these givens, we can find liberation and discover the true richness that life has to offer. Blending Western psychology and Eastern spirituality, including practical exercises, Richo shows us how to open up to our lives—including what is frightening, painful, or disappointing—and discover our greatest gifts. Read more Read less. Save on selected Penguin Classics and Popular Penguin books. View our selection and latest deals.
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What one thing in your life that you did not want to end, but did anyway? How we view these givens matters because it will determine if we carry them as gifts or as burdens. There are many givens in life but the five discussed in the book are the ones we tend to want to run away from, deny or ignore because going through them can be brutally painful and devastating. But Dr.
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