Everyone can relate to F**K It. (The Times
John combines Wayne Hemingway's style with Eddie Izzard's flights of surrealism. (The Guardian
The perfect book to help. (Now Magazine
This year, dare to say F*** It... I did it. I relaxed, let go, told the truth, did what made me happy and accepted everyone... I don't feel like a martyr and I had real fun. (Suzy Greaves Red Magazine
Parkin immediately realized that he was on to something and wrote his first F**k It book, The Ultimate Spiritual Way, in a frenzy. By 2008, it was an international bestseller. He has now updated that book, adding a further 10,000 words in which he extrapolates the idea into every area of our lives, from diet, to illness, to self-control, to fear. (The Independent
Something making you unhappy? One man's F**k It therapy teaches us to let go. (Metro
John and Gaia's first F**k It workshop in 2005 was a sell-out. And through their books, retreats and workshops the couple have since taught thousands of people worldwide the F**k It philosophy. (The Sun
From the Back Cover
'Everyone can relate to F**k It.' - The Times
Saying Fuck It is like a massage for the mind: relaxing you, releasing tension, allowing you to give up on things that aren't working. Just starting to say Fuck It can transform your life. And John C. Parkin argues that saying Fuck It is a spiritual act: that it is the perfect western expression of the eastern ideas of letting go, giving up and finding real freedom by realising that things don't matter so much (if at all). This is the Fuck It way.
John C. Parkin, the son of Anglican preachers, realised that saying Fuck It was as good as all the eastern spiritual practices he'd been studying for 20 years. Having said Fuck It to a top job in London, he escaped to Italy to set up the retreat centre The Hill That Breathes, where he now teaches regular 'Fuck It Weeks' with his wife Gaia. He writes regularly on his website (thefuckitway.com) and has been featured on T.V., such as The Graham Norton Show, and in the national press, including The Guardian, The Observer, The Times, Psychologies, Cosmopolitan and Red Magazine.
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