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Practicing Radical Honesty: How to Complete the Past, Live in the Present, and Build a Future with a Little Help from Your Friends (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Oktober 2000


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  • Taschenbuch: 358 Seiten
  • Verlag: Sparrowhawk (Oktober 2000)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0963092197
  • ISBN-13: 978-0963092199
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,7 x 1,9 x 23 cm
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10 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Lara Johnstone am 30. Juni 2000
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When Radical Honesty was first recommended to me, I was quite surprised, because I had always thought of myself as an exceptionally honest person. While I was not a 'liar' - deliberately telling people what I knew was not the truth - I had never considered that witholding my thoughts and feelings was actually lying.
Brad Blanton, the author, clearly shows how witholding our thoughts and feelings, is a form of lying, which is very destructive to our mental, physical and emotional well-being. The book explains how lying or withholding our true thoughts and feelings is bred into us as moralists, the idea that we should be and act and say things as society expects us to.
We may never 'be' who we think we ought or should be, and so we lie (pretend) about it. Lying and withholding our thoughts and feelings from those we are close to, denies us the ability to BE who we really are, and so we run around in a whirlwind of always trying to be who we think we should be, which cuts us off from the 'nectar' of just 'being'.
Many people misunderstand the concept of 'radical honesty' thinking that if you are radically honest, then that means you just go around telling people what you think of them. Radical Honesty is NOT about simply going around sharing your judgements and assessments of other people. Radical Honesty is about sharing your thoughts, feelings and actions with others, and being committed to working through with the other person, until the anger or pain has gone away.
Radical Honesty is about taking responsibility for your feelings, your actions and your thoughts, and taking charge of your life as an intentional creation based on your preferences, rather than as a victim, blaming others for your pain, hurt feelings and reactive way of living life.
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Dr. Robert Kocsis am 18. Juli 2007
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What ever you do with your 15 bucks it's much better spent on anything else but this book. Almost in each chapter you are made aware of courses organized by the author, about the importance of these courses and about books he is going to write (Lord be mercyful!). Again in almost each chapter there are some name droppings - and a lot of other droppings - of people who really had something to say about honesty. What Mr Blanton has to say is not worth the paper its printed on. - It is absolutely amazing how self-opinionated the teacher of Radical Honesty gets at times and how little he listens to sound advice by his publisher: to engage a co-author. - He should have listened. - I gave two stars because one is the minimum and the second is for sheer bravery to get himself associated with such a book.
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Von Ein Kunde am 22. Juli 2000
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I like this book alot. I just bought ten copies to give to friends. What I like is that Blanton clearly describes how peoples' minds interfere with us seeing what is really going on in our world. The mind tries to support the delusion that we are safe, when really we are in denial much of the time.
He shows us how to get back the freedom to see things clearly and simply--by telling the truth. How radical! I wish everyone would read this book and buy a few copies to give away. Then maybe if we did the things Blanton recommends, we really would feel safe.
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92 von 95 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Truely radical - this book helped me change my BEING.. ;-) 30. Juni 2000
Von Lara Johnstone - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
When Radical Honesty was first recommended to me, I was quite surprised, because I had always thought of myself as an exceptionally honest person. While I was not a 'liar' - deliberately telling people what I knew was not the truth - I had never considered that witholding my thoughts and feelings was actually lying.
Brad Blanton, the author, clearly shows how witholding our thoughts and feelings, is a form of lying, which is very destructive to our mental, physical and emotional well-being. The book explains how lying or withholding our true thoughts and feelings is bred into us as moralists, the idea that we should be and act and say things as society expects us to.
We may never 'be' who we think we ought or should be, and so we lie (pretend) about it. Lying and withholding our thoughts and feelings from those we are close to, denies us the ability to BE who we really are, and so we run around in a whirlwind of always trying to be who we think we should be, which cuts us off from the 'nectar' of just 'being'.
Many people misunderstand the concept of 'radical honesty' thinking that if you are radically honest, then that means you just go around telling people what you think of them. Radical Honesty is NOT about simply going around sharing your judgements and assessments of other people. Radical Honesty is about sharing your thoughts, feelings and actions with others, and being committed to working through with the other person, until the anger or pain has gone away.
Radical Honesty is about taking responsibility for your feelings, your actions and your thoughts, and taking charge of your life as an intentional creation based on your preferences, rather than as a victim, blaming others for your pain, hurt feelings and reactive way of living life.
In the end the book is about freedom, about learning to be who you really are and really want to be, not who you think the world, your mother, husband, lover, etc. thinks you 'SHOULD' be. When we show all of who we are - the good, the bad, the nasty - and we can get over it, and people can learn to see us as fallible human beings, and we can relate to one another as human beings, without the expectation that people should be other than who they are, then we have a foundation where true initmacy, compassion and creativity blooms like flowers in the desert after rain.
Sometimes Radical Honesty is about anger. We all get angry, and we can all get over it. We can experience the anger and transcend it. It is when we suppress the anger, that it grows into a cancerous hatred inside us, that eats us up alive. I think we would all prefer to deal with someone's anger than become the object of their hatred.
The book helped me to realize how much of my life had been lived trying to be who I thought I should be. I had been living in my mind, instead of my heart, my thinking based on my expectations of what I thought were other's expectations of me, and who I should be.
The ideas in Brad Blanton's book have changed my life, like very few others ever have. I took his 2 day workshop, started some completion work with my family, then took his 8 day intensive workshop, and it is like I have finally found my 'being' independent of all those images I had in my mind about who I 'should' be. My relationships with my family, my husband and my friends are more intimate, compassionate and life is so much more worth living. And my sex life has dramatically improved, which I cannot complain about.
This book is not a 'gentler' self-help book, like many of the self-help books presently on the market. Do not read it if you want the author to be 'nice' to you. Blanton uses strong language, which some readers may be put off by.
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Practicing Radical Honesty - and Beyond 27. August 2000
Von Jim Hodgkinson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I read Practicing Radical Honesty after first reading Brad Blanton's popular "Radical Honesty". I expected it to be more of the same. Well, I should have known better. Brad connects with the previous book and then takes off beyond individuality, through community, even beyond our current existence. I found his style strightforward and clear. The content covered the "Great Work" - as told by Gurdjieff, Erhard and many others. I love his straightforward approach in explaining the synthesis of these formerly hidden ideas for every day use. I have no doubt that if you put Brad's ideas into practice,using his "Workbook for Life Design" chapter in the book, you will be clearer about your life's purpose and meaning.
11 von 12 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Honesty Begets Intimacy 16. April 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
What I have learned from reading Brad Blanton's Radical Honesty books is that we all lie - a lot - to create and maintain an image of who we want people to think we really are. The problems come when we discover that living within that false image - both personally and professionally - is very stressful and disconnecting. While telling the truth may cause some very big scenes in the beginning, it is a quick path to a powerful place of personal freedom.
I also read "Radical Honesty", which I think is the best place (other than a workshop) to learn about the basics of the high costs we pay of the "little white (and big black) lie." "Practicing Radical Honesty" coaches us through much the same information with practical suggestions on how to ease into a life of actively open transparency that is Radical Honesty. Both are inspiring books and will give readers a lot of compelling reasons to begin telling the truth with everyone with whom we would like to have a close and authentic relationship.
15 von 20 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Take A Dive 24. April 2002
Von Nicholas J Ardagh - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Have you read Brad Blanton's first book, Radical Honesty?
If you have not, get it today. We can cut through endless layers of complication and turgid self preoccupation with ourselves and our past simply by learning to feel what is, and to tell it like it is. Brad has made telling the truth into a spiritual discipline, a short cut to God. I have done little more than dicking around in the shallow end of the pool with what he offers, but it was enough to get wet, and its refreshing. It will probably take the rest of my life to get to the deep end. Radical Honesty, if we live it full on, is a way of life, a complete spiritual journey.
If you have read his first book, then you will love this very practical follow up. Here are nitty gritty devilish little tricks to crack through our shell of pretence, and then to squeeze our love through the crack. This book goes way beyond the first, and offers a vision of getting honest with yourself, with your life and purpose and mission.
Jump up on the board, and plunge in. It sure beats shivering on the side, waiting to live...
7 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Practicing Radical Honesty 22. Juli 2000
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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I like this book alot. I just bought ten copies to give to friends. What I like is that Blanton clearly describes how peoples' minds interfere with us seeing what is really going on in our world. The mind tries to support the delusion that we are safe, when really we are in denial much of the time.
He shows us how to get back the freedom to see things clearly and simply--by telling the truth. How radical! I wish everyone would read this book and buy a few copies to give away. Then maybe if we did the things Blanton recommends, we really would feel safe.
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