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Coming Home to Who You Are: Discovering Your Natural Capacity for Love, Integrity, and Compassion Paperback – December 27, 2011
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Richo is the psychotherapist and teacher whose popular and impressive How to Be an Adult in Relationships melded Jungian and Buddhist thought in a way that was both poetic and linear. This book is lighter than his earlier works and a quick read. Proposing 52 commitments, or intentions, he follows each one with a pithy essay or meditation. Richo's intellectual grasp is profound, making each commitment an intriguing spiritual yardstick for examining how far we have come or how far we might still go in terms of honesty, kindness and taking responsibility for our actions and relationships. One of the commitments, for example, is I am choosing to be more authentic in my relationships. Fleshing this out, Richo encourages the reader to admit one's error the minute we notice ourselves acting in ways that do not present ourselves honestly. Other parts of the book deal with seeing ourselves clearly, not hurting others and showing kindness when others rebuff us. People who have not been exposed to Richo's earlier books should enjoy this one, and fans of his work will welcome the return of his unique voice. (Dec. 18)
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"Easy to digest and will undoubtedly assist readers in achieving positive change."--Library Journal
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The, again, very small book, encapsulates his thinking, but if you've read any of his other books,
this will not be an addition to your library.
It would be nice as a low key intro gift to someone.
David Richo is a sound psychologist, a loving and wise human being, and totally non-dogmatic. He encourages you to make up your own mind...not take anyone else's word for how to live your life.