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The art of finding yourself : live bravely and awaken to your true nature

Author: Fiona Robertson, (Trainer)
Publisher: Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, Inc., [2016]
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What happens when we find that everything we thought we knew about ourselves is untrue? In The Art of Finding Yourself, author Fiona Robertson-senior facilitator and trainer of the life-changing Living Inquiries method of self-inquiry and exploration-reflects on her own experience of discovering and living with this transformative process. The Living Inquiries, developed by foreword writer Scott Kiloby, invite us on  Read more...
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Robertson, Fiona (Trainer).
Art of finding yourself.
Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, Inc., [2016]
(DLC) 2016040983
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Fiona Robertson, (Trainer)
ISBN: 9781626258167 1626258163 9781626258174 1626258171
OCLC Number: 965159798
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Foreword; Introduction; On Believing Ourselves Deficient; On Discovering the Resources Within; On Defending and Resisting; On Examining the Evidence; On Excluding Nothing; On Fully Feeling What We're Not; On Guarding Against Love; On Having One Regret; On Having the Courage to Look; On Honoring Our Stories; On Investigating the Obvious; On Naming; On Resting; On Separating Fact from Fantasy; On Taking the Last Stand; On Telling It Like It Is; On Thinking That We've Arrived (or Not); On Not Finding the Problem; On Making Resolutions (or Not); On Resting (Again). On Realizing the Political is PersonalOn Becoming Your Own Authority; On Desire and Pleasure; On Investigating the Equations We Live By; On Learning How to Make and Break Our Habits; On Objectifying Our Selves, Others, and the World; On Letting Things Take Their Place; On Noticing Our Needs; On Letting It Be; On Seeing through Suffering; On Taking a Look for Ourselves; On the Innocence of the Inappropriate Pairing; On the Question of Choice; On What Can We Really Depend?; On the Miracle of Mind; On the End of Hope as We Know It; On Looking Beneath Behavior. On the Violence of the Deficiency StoryAfterword; Acknowledgments; Resources.
Responsibility: Fiona Robertson ; foreword by Scott Kiloby.

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What happens when we find that everything we thought we knew about ourselves is untrue? In The Art of Finding Yourself, author Fiona Robertson-senior facilitator and trainer of the life-changing Living Inquiries method of self-inquiry and exploration-reflects on her own experience of discovering and living with this transformative process. The Living Inquiries, developed by foreword writer Scott Kiloby, invite us on an inner journey to examine and dispel the stories that make us believe we're separate and inadequate. With this book, readers will learn how to deal with "the stuff of life" after.

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