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"James O'Dea has a uniquely kind and peaceful presence, and now he shares how we can find that for ourselves. This book delivers the medicine for our times." ---Marianne Williamson, Author, A Return to Love and The Age of Miracles
"Every word of James O'Dea's fabulous exploration into creative stress is an opening to our maturation and indeed fulfillment as a species. His book touched the very essence of my being; he radiates his presence, a loving and profound friend who really knows what he is talking about because he has been there! I felt him with us...warm and wise, intimately encouraging, challenging and illuminating our lives. He is a companion who guides us through the most difficult challenges as the actual energy to help us realize our ever emergent potential as cocreative humans. A great gift." ---Barbara Marx Hubbard, Founder, Foundation for Conscious Evolution and Author, Conscious Evolution: Awakening the Power of our Social Potential
"James O'Dea makes a major contribution: Creative Stress covers the ground everyone should "get" right away." ---Rustum Roy, Author, Scholar, Visiting Professor of Medicine, University of Arizona; Founder & Chair, Friends of Health --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Very interesting to perceive the positive aspect of stress, as the force behind our transformation and growth. Read morePublished 10 months ago by clea holdridge
I have recommended this book repeatedly and given it as a gift at least 5 times.
It is deep, challenging, direct explanation and ways to EVOLVE beyond our confining... Read more
Loved this book, and ordered it in audio as well....I want to hear it over and over.
Bravo, James O'Dea.
Let's begin with I really do recommend this book. When you don't feel like reading it is precisely when you need to read it - if you get my drift. Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by Patricia Troyer
This book is a must read for those who want to truly face life's challenges, and who want to grow and grow until they leave this world! Almost every sentence is profound. Read morePublished on November 19, 2011 by Lily