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Field of Love: Power Love & Fortune on the Road to Enlightenment a True Story by [Birrittella, Martin]
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"An enlightening, shocking, funny and mind blowing experience!"
JD Messinger, former CEO of Ernst & Young Consulting Singapore and #1 Amazon best selling author of 11 Days in May: The Conversation That Will Change Your Life 

 


"Martin Birrittella's passionate narrative, always intensely personal, is living evidence of the powerful call of this Field for all of us, and of his relentless and courageous personal quest to center his life in this Field, The Field of Love. Martin's poignantly moving personal stories reveals for all readers that "We are the Field", and always one with this Source.  This book is a must read for all who find themselves on a quest to awaken and realize their highest Self and Life."     

Ashok Gangadean
Margaret Gest Professor of Global Philosophy
Haverford College

"Field of Love is a disarmingly intimate glimpse into the profound process of spiritual awakening." Regina Meredith, Host GaiamTV.com, Founder Conscious Media Network

From the Back Cover

A True Story of Passion Fortune and Transcendence

This book will move the reader to connect with their own heart and soul. It will show the reader how to:
  1. Live as your authentic Self.
  2. Act with unshakable faith, listen and trust in the universal power.
  3. Embrace and delight in every life event.
  4. Love and be kind to all especially one's self.
  5. Begin a simple practice to connect with the Field of Love. 

Product Details

  • File Size: 889 KB
  • Print Length: 550 pages
  • Publisher: Delhi International Press (November 14, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 14, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GR6IJQ8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #969,916 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Carol Studenka on November 22, 2013
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Being pulled into Martin Birritella's "Field of Love" is a roller coaster ride of wonder and amazement. In a refreshingly candid story of his life, he reveals his secret to living authentically; his story shows that it is possible to be successful and fulfilled in both what one may call the "real" world and in the world of the spirit. His personal story and experiences are so intriguing that at times it is clear a larger hand is at work. In the end, love is at the core of it all. His life story stands as a clear representation that if one learns to listen to their heart, you too will find the field of love. And the best part, I suspect Birrettella is waiting for you there too!
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Birrittella's Field of Love virtually pries open your mind and forces you to fearlessly explore the territory of spiritual awakening. Marty is a wise spiritual teacher. His new book is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn to live authentically aligned with Spirit.
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Three stars (its OK) because it was well written and is an autobiography. I kept reading and hoping to get to some enlightened part. This is a story of a persons life who had a mystical experience when young and which he shut down; and then went to absurd extremes in life, justifying them as the road to recapture that experience. Although he grew through some of his excesses, he never quite got it. He explained creating million dollar companies with clever hooks to sell product made in Asian sweat shops. He went from a relationship, to prostitutes, to wild sex, to having a real loving relationship. He did evolve some, but throughout you could sense his desire to be the self appointed guru.

In the end he concludes everything is just perfect and all is as it is meant to be. He still has his statue of his guru that he worships, his nice house in Sedona, ... Never mind global suffering or species extinction - everything is just perfect and as it should be - sorry: I don't buy it.

He has learned not to beat himself up, which is something we all must do, but he still seems to be missing the essence.: There is a humbleness in real spiritual life and in the end he has traded self inquiry and psychological healing for enlightenment. From what he said, I think his father, the baker, was closer than he ever will be. I do think meditation is an essential aspect in the life for an authentic human. I do believe in humanistic love towards those whom we relate to and ourselves. However, I think that we all really need a deep passion if we are to bring civilized society to Earth (that would be where everyone is fed a healthy diet, has a safe place to live, has the opportunity to express their full potential, ...). I don't have answers, but you will not find them here either.
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Martin Birrittella’s memoir Field of Love is the story of one man’s search for enlightenment. Birrittella was driven to pursue financial stability not for its accompanying status or success according to worldly terms, but as a means of allowing the fulfillment of the deepest yearnings of his spirit and soul – yearnings which his experience and intellect confirmed to be not just real, but possible and accessible.

The obvious comparison of Birrittella’s Field of Love with Thomas Merton’s The Seven Storey Mountain is undeniable. Merton’s autobiographical account of his search for communion with the Divine according to the teachings and practices of the Catholic Church as a Trappist monk parallels Birrittella’s journey and conviction which drove him in its pursuit: that “an all-encompassing, unified field of love was omnipresent and surrounding [him] at all times.” Merton’s “communion with the Divine” and Birrittela’s “field of love” are of course one in the same. And it is available to anyone who seeks it with sincerity and resolve, as Birrittella attests.

The same intimate honesty draws readers of both chronicles into the spell-binding tale of the struggle to answer the call for an authentic life lived according to our deepest capacities, and in service to others. Field of Love – like The Seven Storey Mountain – is less about the details of one man’s life than it is about allowing the passionate and personal telling of his journey to inspire your own. Perhaps Merton said it best in his introduction to the Japanese translation of The Seven Storey Mountain: "I seek to speak to you, in some way, as your own self. Who can tell what this may mean? I myself do not know, but if you listen, things will be said that are perhaps not written in this book. And this will be due not to me but to the One who lives and speaks in both."

Allow yourself to listen and be inspired: read Field of Love.
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I heard about this book from a friend and I was a little surprised at how revealing the author was about his experiences, especially with woman. This is amazingly well written with a plethora of stories from the divine to the wild and crazy. I would have given it 5 stars if it wasn't so long (500 pages), but truly enjoyed it.
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By Hectorito on November 30, 2013
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I really enjoyed reading this book. Once you've read the first few pages, it is actually hard to put it down! The author's devotion and one-pointedness to finding the truth, year after year after year, is truly inspiring. The kindness with which he lived his life and his utter faith that things will always turn out for the best as long as you stay in the "field of love" as he calls it, are to me the most valuable lessons from his book. I highly recommend it!
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