Relationships That Work: The Power of Conscious Living

A Transformative Communication Approach to Self-Realization
by Jahnava Dasi & David B. Wolf

Publisher: Satvatove Institute

Publication Date: November 17, 2017

ISBN: 9780998484334

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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In Relationships That Work, David B. Wolf, provides practical exercises and principles for you to master strategies for high-level communication. You will learn empathic listening and conflict resolution skills, and ways of assertion that align with principles rooted in your spiritual truth. This book shows you how to be in more honest, satisfying relationships, enhance self-awareness, and live a life of purposeful action. You will be guided to recognize patterns of assumptions by which you’ve been living your life, and to replace unhealthy and ineffective belief systems with truths and values rooted in your core identity. Wolf reveals an effective and accessible model for realizing our spiritual essence while creating trust and connection. Through processes of courageous introspection described in this book, you are empowered to connect with what is vitally important and live with intentionality to manifest your highest purpose while helping others do the same. Relationships that work begin with the relationship with our self. On the first page, we distinguish the self from the body. To cite Teilhard de Chardin, “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” The process of reading this book is meant to facilitate a connection with your authentic personality—the spiritual core that is not defined by any role you play or possessions attached to your name. As confirmed by the great wisdom traditions, this consciousness is the foundation for a life of peaceful existence, powerful vision and purposeful action. Living from truly spiritual consciousness, our qualities of compassion, vitality and love naturally radiate. Sharing confidences with others is a heartfelt way to exchange affection. Such exchange engenders change, as we embody genuine love by supporting and challenging each other to grow. Love is the greatest wealth, and like material wealth, it can multiply.