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Changez vos pensées, changez votre vie: La sagesse du Tao

Changez vos pensées, changez votre vie: La sagesse du Tao

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Changez vos pensées, changez votre vie: La sagesse du Tao

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4/5 (113 évaluations)
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513 pages
8 heures
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Sortie:
May 15, 2020
ISBN:
9782897523268
Format:
Livre

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La sagesse du Tao

Pour ce livre extraordinaire, le Dr Wayne W. Dyer, auteur de nombreux best-sellers, a recensé des centaines de traductions du Tao Te King et écrit quatre-vingt-un essais sur la façon de mettre en pratique la sagesse millénaire de Lao-Tseu dans le monde moderne. Chaque chapitre est conçu pour
vous aider à vivre le Tao et la «Voie» aujourd’hui même.

Wayne a consacré une année entière de sa vie à lire, à faire des recherches et à méditer sur les enseignements de Lao-Tseu, les mettant chaque jour en pratique, pour finalement écrire ces essais afin de vous présenter les messages de Lao-Tseu comme lui-même aurait voulu vous les présenter. Cet ouvrage mérite d’être lu lentement, un essai par jour. Comme le dit Wayne: «Ce livre changera pour toujours le regard que vous portez sur votre propre vie. Vous vivrez par la suite dans un nouveau monde, en phase avec la nature.»
Éditeur:
Sortie:
May 15, 2020
ISBN:
9782897523268
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer was the bestselling author of 20 books and had a doctorate in counseling psychology. He lectured across the country to groups numbering in the thousands and appeared regularly on radio and television. He passed away in August of 2015.


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  • (5/5)
    The late Wayne Dyer is one of the best when it comes to interpreting the wisdom of the great teachings to enable people to help themselves to greater maturity and well-being, Practical wisdom for human life.
  • (5/5)
    I was always impressed with how with the very title he shows us a great occult truth, and reading the book shows me how he has made this great star in the sky, a true model of how to immerse in and discover a sacred text. I love to see him fulfill so effortlessly the role of a great spiritual master, reaching an elevated state that masters across the world tell us we can reach just as they do. "Now the Son of Man [i.e. a child of humanity] is glorified, and God is glorified in him." (John 13:31 NIV). (If you'll forgive me adopting Paramahansa Yogananda's tic of quoting the Bible.) I aspire to speak more of this-- perhaps later.
  • (5/5)
    Wisdom of the Tao (the Way) - very inspiring.
  • (2/5)
    I really would like to say that I liked this book; but i didn't. The author carried himself with the same prideful self-assurance that many Christians do. His patronizing tone that he had superior (and by his own admission, inspired) knowledge and would should all pay attention was insulting and irritating. It's hard to take a person like that seriously. For the few points that I agreed with the author, they could be derived from common sense but the author venerated them (and all his points) as untimely wisdom that could only be gleaned from his special ancient text.

    It was also in poor taste that the author constantly used himself as an example of how the Dao should be enacted and never gave an example of his own failings. I'm going to go out on a limb here and make a bold assumption that the author (like the rest of us) is a human being; and therefore and made many mistakes and is in no way in any state of enlightenment.

    I didn't appreciate the loose references to god and heaven without clarifying the terms. People use these terms in many different ways and it seemed the author had no intention of specifying what he meant with his use of these very loaded terms.

    The author's continued worship of Lao Zi and his pretentious writings. After all, anyone who opens a book about the Dao with a statement that the Dao cannot be named or described could not have been too bright. Finally, the author constantly tried to deify the Dao by making it some kind of supernatural force. It most definitely is not.
  • (5/5)
    If you already believe that it is possible to live a peaceful, loving life this book will be a very easy read. If you are spiritual on any level this book will only increase your beliefs. I would recommend this book to anyone who has a respect for our world, nature and all life on earth. It keeps you hopeful for a better place for everyone. It really makes sense. Loved it~