F * * K IT THE ULTIMATE SPIRITUAL WAY PDF

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Apr 14, Ida rated it did not like it Shelves: When you say fuck it, you are giving up your rhe in whatever you are saying it to, and replacing it with a mind open to whatever happens next. They truly stop and take time to smell the roses. Perhaps I’ve got spirituality all wrong, but as far as I’m concerned Ultiate here to look after and show kindness to the other people on this planet, along with look after the planet and animals, and things most definitely matter to me.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I want something to catch my eye. Other than that, it was okay, but nothing surprising or new. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. I do most definitely recommend this book if you don’t mind a bit of tongue-in-cheek consciousness streaming mixed in with your philosophy.

Jun 18, Cath Duncan rated it it was amazing. A book that can be judged by its cover, finally.

Yes, I’m working on that, but I didn’t need this book to remind me of that. Parkin circles back to the idea of relaxation and letting going of meaning.

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I’d say it’s a spiritual book for not particularly spiritual people. But at the same time, to not be so attached to the goal, and to the tertiary goals which crop up along the way, that failure leads to depression. A big part of the book’s message is that we are overly flooded with “meaning.

The title had cocked my hammer. But there are never provisions made for ‘sometimes these scenarios are incorrect’. Return to Book Page. I almost can’t help but feel that this writing style was a conscious decision – spritual the foreword lampshades the fact that a true “f it” philosophy follower can best express their dedication to the philosophy by churning out a slap-dash foreword!

I chose this novel on a whim and am glad I read it. Jan 25, Sarah rated it it was wah Shelves: This title argues that saying Fuck It is a spiritual act: It’s the Total Perspective Vortex of books – you’re not important, and you never will be important not on a universal scale, at any rateso you might as well live the best life you can and spirltual stress over the details.

The title might imply an angry teenager saying “fuck it” to responsibilities and his parents and smoking weed all day in the basement. Yeah, I did read the book. On one hand it says don’t bother, spiriual then it says – well if you want them, have them.

Really looking forward to read more. They have vague desire: I feel like I’ve already learned to relax more and I’ve already learnt to let tbe go easier, just a day after finishing. Its always good to get a reminder that most things don’t really matter that much.

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BOOK REVIEW: “F * * k It, The Ultimate Spiritual Way” – John C. Parkin

These two words can, according to the author, offer a freedom and release that are equal to most religious or spiritual disciplines but without the judgment of I’m right and you’re wrong and therefore will burn in hell. However, what John Parkin This is one of the most inspirational books I have read this year.

And if it doesn’t work, say fuck it and move on. No need to say any more.

BOOK REVIEW: “F * * k It, The Ultimate Spiritual Way” – John C. Parkin – Grace Guru

Jun 17, Michelle rated it it was ok. The book just comes across as sincerely tone-deaf; sure, the above strategies work in certain scenarios.

Well, if you stop trying to cure it and stop caring about it then you will find it starts to heal itself. And then of course there are the breath techniques and meditation which are part and parcel of cultivating non-attachment.

To stop struggling and finally do what you fancy; to ignore what everyone’s telling you and go your own way feels just great. But, it’s his book and he can write what he wants and I, as the reader, can choose jt parts to read and which to skip.

Jan 05, Stephen Redwood rated it did not like it Shelves: This too shall pass.