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The 7 Myths About Love...Actually!: The Journey from your Head to the Heart of your Soul Paperback – 30 Apr 2010
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This book reminds us that when we fixate and try to push something away, we are giving that situation more power which does the opposite of what we actually intend. --Dr Tami Brady, TCM reviews
This book provides a convincing map of the overall territory as well as a practical path for the journey. --The Light
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Mike George is a best selling author, international speaker and spiritual teacher who guides, coaches and facilitates people in communities and companies in over thirty countries.
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ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I HAVE EVER READ!!!
This is the most annoying book that I have ever read.
It dispels the 7 myths without putting anything back in their place.
It completely destroys many current beliefs without putting forward any of its own.
And it seems to be a confusing mix of Buddhist jargon, corporate psycho bable & half truths.
The 7 myths are actually followed by the 7 pretends, the 7 strategies of detachment, the 7 emotion confusions, the 13 myths about happiness & the 7 veils.
This is all listed and then explained in a really simple supercilious manner.
He claims that "authentic happiness & unlimited bliss" is only possible when you are completely free.
Detachment is a valid point as are all the points he talks about but I just got the feeling that this is leading to a life of unrealistic isolation, which actually means that you end up being "attached" to being unattached. And in fact avoiding involvement with the normal every day world.
This might be described as a cult philosophy more than a guide to individual freedom.