Conștiența



Conștiența Aceasta este o chemare să vă treziți! E posibil să nu vă dați încă seama că dormiți. Cei mai mulți dintre noi suntem,în cea mai mare parte a timpului, somnambuli. "Conștiența" ne deschide ochii. Este modul în care Antony de Mello ne spune cu blândețe,dar cu multă fermitate : "E momentul să vă treziți!" Read Conștiența – bluevapours.co.uk

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Conștiența book, this is one of the most wanted Anthony de Mello author readers around the world.

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  • Library Binding
  • 152 pages
  • Conștiența
  • Anthony de Mello
  • Romanian
  • 20 January 2019
  • 9737978102 Edition Language Romanian Other Editions 46

9 thoughts on “Conștiența

  1. Courtney says:

    This is one of thepersonally challenging books I ve ever read It made me think hard I wanted to sit down and argue with this guy I didn t like how it was written I didn t like what he said about people and selfishness and being and love, but I can t stop thinking about it Thetime passes, theI thin...

  2. Tom LA says:

    You guys are such idiots Just look at you all Fretting about, worrying, stressing about everything But hey, I have the key to take all of your stresses away Yes, I do Look closely in my eyes, though, because before you have the chance to ask me what that key is, and why I m not explaining it properly to you, I m going to slam a little cute story in your face that is going to distract you from the fact that I have actually just told you nothing at all Voil Clap Boom It s magic I m You guys are such idiots Just look at you all Fretting about, worrying, stressing about everything But hey, I have the key to take all of your stresses away Yes, I do Look closely in my eyes, though, because before you have the chance to ask me what that key is, and why I m not explaining it properly to you, I m going to slam a little cute story in your face that is going to distract you from the fact that I have actually just told you nothing at all Voil Clap Boom It s magic I m giving this trickster s book 2 stars and not only 1 because there are some snippets, here and there, of interesting, good stuff mainly the quotations from the Fathers of the Church The vast majority of the book s 184 pages, however, are filled with vague, KahlilGibrany, NewAgey, PauloCoelhoey banalities and pl...

  3. Joel says:

    I picked up this book at a monastery in Northern California about 10 years ago and have kept it close ever since.De Mello, espousing no religious agenda, contends we ve been brainwashed as to our typical ideas of love and happiness This untypical priest his writings were denounced by the Pope says our attachments, illusions, conditioning and general unawareness keep us anxiety ridden Maybe the Pope didn t like de Mello s appreciation of the prostitute scene in Fellini s 8 1 2 The author I picked up this book at a monastery in Northern California about 10 years ago and have kept it close ever since.De Mello, espousing no religious agenda, contends we ve been brainwashed as to our typical ideas of love and happiness This untypical priest his writings were denounced by the Pope says our attachments, illusions, conditioning and general unawareness keep us anxiety ridden Maybe the Pope didn t like de Mello s appreciation of the prostitute scene in Fellini s 8 1 2 The author says, If we really dropped illusions, we would be alert The consequence of not doing this is terrifying and unescapable We lose our capacity to love If you wish to love, you must learn to see again.How can you love someone whom you do not even see Do you really see someone you re attached to And once we have the awareness he asks, Can you imagine the relief when you don t have to impress anybody any Oh, what a relief Happiness at last You no longer feel the need or the compulsion t...

  4. Anita Louise says:

    My favorite spiritual book Anthony de Mello helped me to understand, I m an ass, you re an ass He tells us we re all sleeping, and he clobbers us over the head with a wake up call.

  5. S.Ach says:

    How to write a best selling spiritual self improvement book Challenge peoples thoughts Destroy their beliefs, no matter what they are Tell them how miserably they are leading their lives, what scoundrels and idiots they have been all through Yes, people love to hear that Probably, that s the reason they have taken up that book course A perfectly happy person would seldom pick up a spiritually enlightening book Ask them tough questions What is happiness Who is I What is life s go How to write a best selling spiritual self improvement book Challenge peoples thoughts Destroy their beliefs, no matter what they are Tell them how miserably they are leading their lives, what scoundrels and idiots they have been all through Yes, people love to hear that Probably, that s the reason they have taken up that book course A perfectly happy person would seldom pick up a spiritually enlightening book Ask them tough questions What is happiness Who is I What is life s goal You don t have to offer any intellectual answer Just ask the questions and say nay to their fragmented answers Now, tell them the things they already know, in a suave manner, with lots of funny anecdotes that they can relate to or laugh about Quote some philosophers gurus of the past Know Thyself , Desire not, Suffer not If you can fuse...

  6. Randy says:

    Awareness, Anthony de Mello s most popular book, is a beautiful bridge between Western and Eastern spiritual thought de Mello was a Roman Catholic priest who grew up in India, and his intimate familiarity with both traditions combined with a deep understanding of world mysticism provide seekers of a Western background i.e., Christian a thought provoking introduction to Eastern spiritual thought After his death in 1987, de Mello was censured by the Vatican s Defeneders of the Faith headed at Awareness, Anthony de Mello s most popular book, is a beautiful bridge between Western and Eastern spiritual thought de Mello was a Roman Catholic priest who grew up in India, and his intimate familiarity with both traditions combined with a deep understanding of world mysticism provide seekers of a Western ...

  7. A says:

    Book that tought me that I am not my emotions, and to wake up, which I haven t really done, because I have too many snooze buttons.

  8. Zach says:

    Awareness ReviewWell, I must really love this book I ve read it 3 times in my life There was a time in my life where I wanted to wake each day with a favorite quote I chose 52 different quotes one for each randomly drawn card from a deck from 5 6 books, with about 10 of the quotes from this one The reading this most recent time in an effort to better understand the culture of India, where I am now working with several of their citizens Anthony de Mello brought Buddhist parables, Hindu ph Awareness ReviewWell, I must really love this book I ve read it 3 times in my life There was a time in my life where I wanted to wake each day with a favorite quote I chose 52 different quotes one for each randomly drawn card from a deck from 5 6 books, with about 10 of the quotes from this one The reading this most recent time in an effort to better understand the culture of India, where I am now working with several of their citizens Anthony de Mello brought Buddhist parables, Hindu philosophies into Christian spirituality So there is a fine mix of a Catholic template with an overla...

  9. Donna says:

    Considering the length of Awareness 184 pages , it s taken me a long time to read what I have of it As a matter of fact, I haven t quite finished it, but it s due at the library and I m taking it back It s taken a long time to read, partly because the book is a collection of meditations and, of course, the whole point is to take time to reflect on them In addition, though, I have to say that, like a dictionary, it offers very little in the way of plot There s just one message in each of its Considering the length of Awareness 184 pages , it s taken me a long time to read what I have of it As a matter of fact, I haven t quite finished it, but it s due at the library and I m taking it back It s taken a long time to read, partly because the book is a collection of meditations and, of course, the whole point is to take time to reflect on them In addition, though, I have to say that, like a dictionary, it offers very little in the way of plot There s just one message in each of its little commentari...

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