When You're Falling, Dive: Using Your Pain to Transform Your Life

When You re Falling Dive Using Your Pain to Transform Your Life A guide to keeping the psyche intact when you re being spun on life s roulette wheel O Is there an art to survival Seeking answers to this intriguing question from a pantheon of master survivors note

  • Title: When You're Falling, Dive: Using Your Pain to Transform Your Life
  • Author: Mark Matousek
  • ISBN: 9781848500679
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Paperback
  • A guide to keeping the psyche intact when you re being spun on life s roulette wheel O Is there an art to survival Seeking answers to this intriguing question from a pantheon of master survivors, noted thinkers, and spiritual teachers, acclaimed memoirist Mark Matousek combines decades of personal experience with recent scientific breakthroughs and heroic testimoni A guide to keeping the psyche intact when you re being spun on life s roulette wheel O Is there an art to survival Seeking answers to this intriguing question from a pantheon of master survivors, noted thinkers, and spiritual teachers, acclaimed memoirist Mark Matousek combines decades of personal experience with recent scientific breakthroughs and heroic testimonies to create a guidebook for navigating life s tricky terrain How do we live with uncertainty blossom through adversity while others fall apart, prevail in times of change and challenge Transformation is in our wiring, the author concludes by the end of this deeply personal quest.

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    1. Long plane rides are designed, I think sometimes, to induce reflection. Unless you are on a red eye. Fortunately for me, however, I traveled during daylight hours from Raleigh to Atlanta and then on to Los Angeles for Caroline's wedding almost 2 weeks ago. I broke open my new book, If You're Falling, Dive by Mark Matousek just as we were leaving Atlanta behind. I had snagged it from the local library out of desperation since the two books I had chosen to take with me were unexpectedly checked-ou [...]

    2. Ended up reading the whole thing, even though I was sure I wouldn't. It's one of those books where each chapter is yet another person's story of loss and trauma and how they overcame it to live happily ever after. I find that kind of organization repetetive and irritating, but obviously I was oddly reassured by their stories that all will turn out ok in the end.

    3. I'm now wondering how this book got on my "to read" list. I can't remember getting a recommendation for it and none of my friends have read it. Very strange. It must have been one of my searches of random people's reviews on that I do when I'm desperate. I will have to be more discriminating in the future.Anyway, it actually seemed like a book that I would like very much. I usually enjoy reading inspirational stories and this book was a collection of various true stories of people who have bee [...]

    4. This book is a series of short chapters on survivor narratives. People who has suddenly discovered what little control they really have when tragedy hits and how they learned to survive their own lives. Matousek's own insite was that "terror can be a door to enlightment". I have enjoyed his other articles in Yoga Journal and Utne and I found out about this interesting book in my AARP Magazine. A magazine which he also contributes and which I will now no longer mock.

    5. This is a book of chapters by Mark Matousek. By chapters, I mean each one deals with some aspect of life or dying and is told by a different person. A very large range of topics and interviews with a variety of people from famous to unknown make this an exceptional book. It's about the exploration of life.

    6. A spiritual book with an edge. How to take the really awful things that happen in life and turn them to our benefit. The darkest and the most beautiful. Facing the dragon at the gate and walking through.

    7. I got it from the library. It influenced me so much that I asked for it for Christmas. The advice in it can help you get through any difficulty that comes your way. The stories are short, true, meaningful, and sometimes edgy. And they come from people all around the world.

    8. How do people handle adversity? How do we grow as human beings? It's not what happens to us, it's how we respond to what happens. Very interesting and illuminating stories. I'm half way through and will read it again.

    9. This is an amazing book. I am trying not to buy books but this is a buy. It's a lot about acceptance and handling things when the worst happens.

    10. Great book to read when you're going through a major life transition. It's got a lot of 'wow, that's awesome' stories. They don't necessarily stick with you, but they get you through the night.

    11. it moves you make you know yourself a little better. shall be looking forward to reading other stuffs from him

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