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"I keep giving this book away; I think I've owned 30 different copies already. I tend to pass it out to anybody, man or woman, who has made a commitment to-or even has a passing interest in-the art of loving. David Deida gets it, like no one I've ever read, and he writes about it forcefully, honestly, and downright poetically."
-Michael Tucker, actor and author
"The Way of the Superior Man is quite wonderful. Finally, a guide for the noncastrated male. This book will offend and infuriate some, inspire and test others, but challenge virtually everybody. I found it wise, insightful, occasionally brilliant, and always resourceful. To transcend the body-mind means to transcend and include its sexuality, not transcend and evaporate it. Few are the books that discuss strong sexuality within strong spirituality, instead of tepid sexuality diluted by a mediocre spiritual stance. This book steps straightforwardly into the challenge. Love it or loathe it, it is a shout from the heart of one perspective of the eternal masculine."
-Ken Wilber, author of Sex, Ecology, Spirituality; No Boundary; and Grace and Grit
"At last! A book that explains the heart and soul of a woman to men. As a woman, I've never felt so understood and validated. This book is a key to helping men and women take their relationships one step further. Finally, a clear and brilliant guide to unraveling the mystery of relationships."
-Marci Shimoff, co-author of the New York Times #1 bestseller Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul
"The Way of the Superior Man lays out a challenge before all men to fulfill their true purpose and to be authentically masculine. It will guide you on your journey to a successful and spiritually complete way of life. I invite you to live in the moment, to love openly, and to step up to the plate with this book in your hand."
-Tony Robbins, author of Awaken the Giant Within and Unlimited Power
"David's work speaks to the core of our work as men. He offers a bold view of men, and challenges us to stand up and lay claim to the beauty and power of the masculine. He does not advocate superiority as in 'superiority to women.' He speaks of superiority as the Greeks might. The challenge is strictly internal. The invitation is to rise above our mediocrity, to let go of making excuses for our own laziness, to stop apologizing for who we are, and to stop blaming others or our childhood for how we've become. He asks that we step into the fullness of our being-intense, focused, powerful, clear. And directly connected to our hearts."
-Dennis Mead-Shikaly, Executive Director: The ManKind Project / New Warrior Network
David Deida is internationally renowned for his revolutionary insights into mens and womens consciousness and his commitment to deepening genuine spiritual and sexual practice. His books are published in more than 20 languages, and include (Sounds True, 2004) and (Sounds True, 2004).
Who the hell is this psychopath....
So according to him women's "divine responsibility" is to revolve our lives around a man's erection and love him and only him... Read more
Super easy read (1 day). Seriously, this book is very insightful and it would behoove ALL couples (married or otherwise) to purchase and discuss this. Read morePublished 15 days ago by The Phoenix
Repetitive and uninteresting. I was hoping to get a better understand of men but it is NOT it. My husband couldn't stand it either.Published 19 days ago by M. T. LE
I read this book in one day. David Deida is either very intelligent, present, and inspired, or his lady is. He knows more about women than I knew about myself. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Kyra Lambson
This was a great book. If you consider yourself to be a manly man - one who wants to excel at career and women - this book is for you. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Keith
It was hard to keep my attention at the book. I forced myself to read it because a few friends recommended it. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Matt Morris
Having problems with your relationship? Get this book and you'll realize the problem is you. Be smart enough to change. A superior man would.Published 21 days ago by Christopher J. Kidawski