By Melanie Supan G
Date Added: Thursday 10 July 2014
Angeles Arrien, (deceased April 24, 2014) is a unique advocate for the healing of the planet. She will be missed by tens of thousands. She has bridged spiritual with cross-cultural (perennial) wisdom. I was captivated by her audio tapes, especially The Second Half of Life. Living in Gratitude exemplifies her rigorous application of this most essential spiritual quality
Date Added: Thursday 31 January 2013
This book helped me to focus on appreciating and being grateful for what is already in my life. There are a lot of ideas and excercises. Very good for shifting one's perspective and increasing positive thinking,
By sharon Crump
Date Added: Saturday 10 December 2011
Living with Gratitude is a book that has changed my life. I have Lou Gehrig Disease and living in Gratitude is the way I keep myself focused on the good things of life. I want to be grateful for simple things like being able to walk a little, being able to speak a little, being able to eat a little...rather than be bitter about losing these simple gifts of life that so many take for granted. I am living in the present moment joyfully through gratitude!
By Patrick O'Neill
Date Added: Wednesday 2 November 2011
This is a fabulous contribution to the practices of gratitude. Angeles Arrien brings a cross-cultural perspective to the ways to keep the heart open and the human spirit perennially young. This book is an invaluable resource for revering the great gift of life. Thank you for publishing it.
By MOHAMMED AMINE LAHLOU
Date Added: Thursday 24 May 2012
GOOD WAY FOR FEELING THE SELF? IT MAKES A SENSE FOR LIFE AND IT PUSHES GOOD HUMANS TO TRY TO UNDERSTAND SOMETHING MEANIGFULL? FOR EXAMPLE IF YOU FEEL APPALLING THINGS TO YOU LIKE A BANANA THEN YOU WILL LOVE IT AND GO TO THE SOUK TO BUY IT? SEE YOU REACHED YOUR POINT?