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Written in a personally revealing manner, this book is excellent for people interested in learning the basics of Green Psychology. It is appropriate for professionals and laypeople alike. The book introduces the reader to the principles of Green Psychology while also teaching how to use Green Speak, a new way to use language that stimulates higher consciousness. The book is written as a conversation between two people, the author and his brother who was recently diagnosed with a life threatening illness. Their relationship-and the conversation they have-is the basis for an exploration of Green Psychology, Green Speak, and existential issues including: how to live a meaningful life, how to respectfully relate with other people, how to reduce anxiety, and how to deal with our inevitable death and those of the people we love. Although the name Green Psychology is new, it's roots are deep. In 1960 a little known movement was started. The leaders were John Weir, PhD and Joyce Weir. The members were people committed to creating a better world-for themselves and for others. The crucial characteristic that distinguished this movement from the mainstream was a new way of using language. Why have you not heard of this movement? Because one of its tenets is that one person never imposes their ideas on another person. Therefore, the people involved in this worthy cause didn't proselytize. Word spread, not by telling others what they should do, but by others witnessing positive changes in the behaviors of those using this language. By the year 2000, as we entered a new century, and the challenges, conflicts, and crises in the world were ever increasing, the Weirs invited two of their colleagues to "go public" with the knowledge their movement was built upon. Jake and Hannah Eagle have held true to the origins of the Weir's philosophy, while creating a new, more accessible, and timely presentation-a new psychology: Green Psychology. It is a a way of life-an actual practice-that fosters greater personal joy, healthier adult/adult connections, while also creating a kinder and saner world to live in.
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In this award winning book you will find the answers for creating healthy relationships and a meaningful life.
How different might your life be if you learn to calmly respond instead of react to people and events? Many books talk about this, but only Speak Love Not War shows you an actual practice that will bring about this change.
Through this practice you will learn a radically different way to communicate, which will allow you to manage your anxiety, stop worrying about being judged by other people, and stop questioning if you're good enough.
After reading this book you'll have the tools to author your own life and you'll no longer be tossed to and fro by the winds of change OR the whims of others.
If you really embrace this practice, you'll discover a new way to make meaning, and as a result you'll grow from having an egocentric view to a world-centric view, which is key to creating a kinder and saner world.
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Book Description Two Eagles Inc, DBA World Wise, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110984136207
Book Description Two Eagles Inc, DBA World Wise Press, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0984136207