Mind Whispering: A New Map to Freedom from Self-Defeating Emotional Habits

Mind Whispering: A New Map to Freedom from Self-Defeating Emotional Habits

Mind Whispering A New Map to Freedom from Self Defeating Emotional Habits With her book Mind Whispering Tara Bennett Goleman the New York Times bestselling author of Emotional Alchemy draws on the the fields of cognitive psychology neuroscience and Eastern traditions t

  • Title: Mind Whispering: A New Map to Freedom from Self-Defeating Emotional Habits
  • Author: Tara Bennett-Goleman Dalai Lama XIV
  • ISBN: 9780062130891
  • Page: 282
  • Format: ebook
  • With her book Mind Whispering, Tara Bennett Goleman, the New York Times bestselling author of Emotional Alchemy, draws on the the fields of cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and Eastern traditions to present a workable means to overcome the negative patterns in our lives.Mind Whispering is a new map of the emotional mind This groundbreaking approach shows us that we havWith her book Mind Whispering, Tara Bennett Goleman, the New York Times bestselling author of Emotional Alchemy, draws on the the fields of cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and Eastern traditions to present a workable means to overcome the negative patterns in our lives.Mind Whispering is a new map of the emotional mind This groundbreaking approach shows us that we have a choice of our moods, emotions, actions, and reactions Mind Whispering teaches how to manage our brains, and incorporate the timeless wisdom of mindfulness into everyday situations.Ultimately, Mind Whispering exposes the modes of being that act as obstacles in our lives and relationships, and shows us how we can choose to improve our relationships and free ourselves, living with a lasting sense of happiness With a foreword by the Dalai Lama, Bennett Goleman s Mind Whispering A New Map to Freedom from Self Defeating Emotional Habits gives you the keys to lasting emotional freedom.

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    This is a tricky one. There is good information and some lovely passages but the book is plagued with wafty prose and hazy details. I ended up annoyed and wanted to punch the editor

    I forgot I'd read this book. The re-read was pleasant nonetheless. Nice reminder to find our strengths. For example, if we're in the avoidant mode, the upside may be a knack for being self-contained. For the anxious mode, strengths = ensuring a sense of safety and staying connected. In the anxious mode, we can ruminate to get a clear understanding of some issue.We are hardwired for positivity (a class of neurons are dedicated to spotting someone's smile or laugh). Playfulness is a powerful mode [...]

    This was really a tale of 2 books. The first half of the book appealed to me, but I struggled to get through the second half. It was almost as if it was written by two different people. The first half seemed straightforward, and a lot of interesting information. I love the concept of the mode and reset, and how these relate to changing habits. In the second section, I found the sections relating to the frontal cortex interesting. Throughout the book, I was interested in the correlations between [...]

    I really liked the book, it's true that it's very connected to "Emotional Alchemy" which was a truly great book, of the same author. In this book Tara Bennet-Goleman expose the unconscious mind structures in a very clarifying way, using very close and understandable examples of clients, friends or even herself. It is a book written for a wide range of audience, the users and the psychotherapists (or coaches) are the most beneficed by the clear point of view and degree of authenticity of the writ [...]

    Perhaps b/c I just finished Letting Go and Becoming by Marianne Williamson, this didn't have as great of an impact on me. It was good in spurts, but overall it was unsatisfying. Tara's reflections on her work with horses made sense, but often times her tales of travels and dance circles made me groan. It felt as if she was trying to pack every boho trip she'd taken into her teaching, and it felt out of place. While Williamson can be too religious for some non-believers, she felt more practical a [...]

    Bennett-Goleman writes in beautiful prose about interesting fields, but fails to truly integrate Buddhism, psychology, and horse whispering. Even the transitions between paragraphs remain thoroughly disjointed. I preferred her book Emotional Alchemy, even though I usually appreciate when an author widens her approach.

    Eh, not too fond of this book. "Emotional Alchemy" was much better than this one. Part one of "Mind Whispering" was pretty interesting as she analyzes different types of modes, but part two was boring and redundant. Part three was a mixture of part one and two.

    This is a masterful presentation of the science and power of feeling. Marla and I were thrilled that it fit so tightly with our work with relationships and helps prove the process we have been leading people through for 15 years now. Highly recommend this book!

    Potentially good work for people who've not been exposed to much psychology or Buddhist thought. However, it covered a lot of material I'd already been exposed to in other works, and it wasn't captivating enough for me to continue. Some of the insights from working with horses are interesting and would appeal to people who like horses.

    I nearly left this book unfinished. That I was on page 120 and still having those thoughts might tell you that I'm overly optimistic about bad books getting better. Fifty pages of unhappy reading is what most readers seem to be willing to put up with before they call it quits. In this case, my tenacity turned out to be a good idea.Tara Bennett-Goleman, along with her husband, Daniel Goleman (he of Emotional Intelligence fame), are long-time Buddhist practitioners. They also are respected psychot [...]

    Such interesting thoughts. I loved learning about horse whispering. I'd like to listen again sometime and f further my meditation skills

    It's wonderful when you read a book and not only do you really connect with it, but it helps you to grow as a person You learn how to classify your modes, where they came from, what triggers them, and most importantly, how to stop the negative ones. I've been working on it and it does work. Any book about peace and positive aspects is #1 in my book.

    A good book with many different stories to collectively convey the message of mindfulness. The author provides a good amount of personal experiences with different perspectives that can result to widening the understanding of a situation.

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