Being True

What Matters Most in Work, Life, and Love
CD - unabridged
Audio (4 discs)
Product Number: DD23309
Released: May 01, 2016
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781622036134
Narrator/s: Tami Simon
Publisher: Sounds True
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Sounds True listeners and followers of the Insights at the Edge podcast series have heard her introducing and interviewing the top spiritual teachers in the worldand now, we finally have the opportunity to hear directly from Tami Simon herself. With Being True, Tami shares the most important lessons from her own journey about living in accordance with our inner imperatives in work, life, and love. Is there a trustworthy source of guidance that can help us navigate the spiritual journey, our vocational path, and our relationshipseven when they come into conflict? "I believe we all have an inner compass that points us where we need to go," says Tami, "if we have the courage and self-awareness to follow it." In this intimate four-session audio, she reveals her essential principles for honoring our values within a competitive marketplace, meeting challenges with vulnerability, cultivating the tenacity to overcome hardship, and accessing the inner voice of integrity and wisdom that enables us to "be true."

Author(s): Tami Simon

Professional reviews

"Sounds True founder and publisher Tami Simon may narrate most of her memoir with measured phrasing, but her all-in candor rivets attention to her compact guidance as well as her personal journey. With palpable courage and entertaining ad libs, she shares memorable vignettes from her life thus far and abstracts five potent lessons on how to become our "unprecedented selves." This happens, she says, when we escape the dictates of the dominant culture and let the karma of life greet us and show us the place we are destined to be. The book is a satisfying blend of insights she's absorbed from hundreds of spiritual teachers and the developmental wisdom of Western psychotherapy. Her authentic-sounding advice that we keep asking questions and become more kind toward ourselves and others will be especially moving for recovering intellectuals. T.W. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"

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