To love and be loved book
To Love and Be Loved by Sam Keen: | howtogetridof-dandruff.com: BooksYour actions, thoughts and deeds what you put out to the universe return to you amplified, be they of love or not-love. For example, if you project fear, you will attract things to be fearful of. If you project compliance, you will attract things which require your compliance. Neither fear nor compliance are love. These negative emotions inform you of something that is incomplete within you, i. Set etymologically became Satan and the Roman god, Saturn, the most distant planet, visible to the naked eye, from the Sun , demonised as the harbinger of evil de — evil, , the devil.
To Love and Be Loved
To Love and Be Loved. Sam Keen. To Love and Be Loved is a spirited challenge to a culture obsessed with romance and intimacy but dangerously ignorant of the full range of human love. Like a fresh wind, Sam Keen sweeps away tired self-help nostrums and reams of "bad advice from Dr. Lonelyhearts" to reveal a stunningly new map of love in all its forms. Love is not something we "fall" into, claims Keen, but a complex art combining many skills and talents that take a lifetime to learn fully. At the center of his book are sixteen distinct "elements of love": ranging from attention --a precious gift we can bestow on co-worker, friend, child, and spouse alike--to more exclusive gifts like desire and sexuality.
Out now, the fourth in a series of books about love and relationships…
Look Inside. May 04, ISBN To Love and Be Loved is a spirited challenge to a culture obsessed with romance and intimacy but dangerously ignorant of the full range of human love.
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Thank you! Mixing some frank autobiographical recollections with brief aphoristic explorations of love's nature and rewards, and mingling lists of questions for readers intent on analyzing their behavior with specific examples of those haplessly in pursuit of love in all the wrong places, Keen provides a deft review, often insightful and even moving , flawed by its declamatory style and somewhat confused organization. More shrewdly self-aware than many self-help books, but still too dogmatic, too much of a fix-it manual, to provide a penetrating and original meditation on love. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again. Be the first to discover new talent!