7 Posts – See Instagram photos and videos from ‘jebemiseknjiga’ hashtag. Top posts. Jebe mi se nije knjiga za decu, ali jeste knjiga za dete skriveno u odrasloj · Zvezde retko kada zaista padnu na zemlju. Mnogo češće se kao slučajno. Slovenian. 2. izd., 2. ponatis. Ljubljana: Mladinska knjiga. 3. Jebe mi se: najuzvišeniji duhovni put by John C Parkin. Jebe mi se: najuzvišeniji duhovni.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Saying Fuck It is like massage for the mind – relaxing you, releasing tension, giving up on things that aren’t working.
This title argues that saying Fuck It is a spiritual act: Paperbackpages.
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Fuck it all and live your life in a way that feels good for you.
All you have to know is that if you are ever feeling too stressed or too overwhelmed or too lost, just fuck it and move on. I saved you 4 hours. View all 6 comments. Dec 05, Gary rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is one of the most inspirational books I have read this year.
It manages to explain a lot of Eastern philosophy so simply; something that many hundreds of thousands pages in many different books have tried to go into so much detail about. When you say fuck it, you are giving up your tension in whatever you are saying it to, and replacing it with a mind open to whatever happens next. And as your psychological tensions weaken, your physical ones start to disappear too.
However, what John Parkin This is one of the most inspirational books I have read this year. However, what John Parkin does so particularly well is provide the narrative of the “Fuck It Method” in a humourous and care-free way; brilliantly echoing the very concepts he’s trying to teach. And beneath all the profanity and saucy jokes is a huge amount of knowledge that people in the East have been doing for years. And if it doesn’t work, say fuck it and move on.
Knjiga mi nikako nije legla. Aug 21, James Norbury rated it did not like it. I did not get on well with this book. I appreciate the idea but it is a very simplistic view of a complicated idea which could end up with negative consequences if read by someone in the wrong mindstate.
I would not recommend it. The Ultimate Spiritual Way definitely has shock value, if for no other reason than for its title and provocative word choice. Saying these two little words can alleviate most of the stress and stressors in our lives because we will no longer take things so seriously, especially those things we cannot change. These two words can, according to the author, offer a freedom and release that are equal to most religious or spiritual disciplines but without the judgment of I’m right and you’re wrong and therefore will burn in hell.
By saying these two words and living with the philosophy they embody, you can learn to eliminate worry, a desire for things and end with being satisfied with who you are as a person, where you are and what you are doing. He isn’t saying that you have to give up your job unless you want to or your friends and family again unless you want tobut rather by saying these words to these situations and people we release any ability they may have to cause us stress. Other than the profane word choice, I don’t find that this is all that different from others in recent years, such as “don’t sweat the small stuff” or even “let go and let God.
Taking my queue from this title – life’s too short for this nonsense!! Simpaticna i duhovita i pametna skoro kao i ja: Jun 17, Michelle rated it it was ok. I love snark, also called sarcasm.
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I tend to use it frequently, much to everyone else’s chagrin. When I de this title on NetGalley, I thought I would be getting a wonderfully funny, irreverent book with a tongue-in-cheek presentation of philosophy. The Ultimate Spiritual Way is indeed that but so much more. The Ultimate Spiritual Way philosophy is letting go.
Indeed, there is merit in this i I love snark, also called sarcasm. Indeed, there is merit in this idea of letting go and the knjigs one uses the phrase.
Parkin wants us to say the phrase to everything we do lnjiga it releases us from attaching too much meaning, too much pressure, too many expectations to everything we do. Parkin is indeed on to something. At first glance, it may appear that Mr.
Parkin is attempting to tell the reader to ignore the laws and values of society, to just do his or her own thing. However, that is not true. In essence, kniga is too short to stress about anything at all. It is not a giving up but a relaxation of one’s expectations of one’s job, society, and of life. Parkin makes an excellent argument about his new philosophy.
He uses children as a metaphor for life. Children notice every small detail and revel in them. They truly stop and take time to smell the roses. Somewhere along the way, they forget to relax and enjoy the details and get wrapped up in the big picture.
As a result, they stop relaxing and stop enjoying life. Parkin circles back to the idea of relaxation and letting going of meaning. Letting go of meaning is letting go of pressure and stress, which will in turn jeeb more good things to you. It’s very Tao-esque, is it not? Unfortunately, what starts out as tongue-in-cheek good fun takes a turn for the serious when Mr.
Parkin starts exploring the idea of chi and forms.
As soon as he moves on to this idea of movement and releasing chi, the book loses some of its charms. It is such a juxtaposition that it undoes any of the learnings from the previous first-half of the novel.
I personally enjoyed the irreverence and humor of the first half of the book and felt a bit like Mr. Parkin began to take himself too seriously.
F**k It: The Ultimate Spiritual Way
He has some great ideas and provides plenty of food for thought, and I personally wish he would have left the forms and chi discussion alone. I chose this novel on a whim and am glad I read it. It does release tension and stress and helps me focus my energies on more important things, i. Those easily offended by profanity should not read this book, although I suspect that the title alone is enough of a deterrent in that aspect.
Those who are willing to step out of the philosophical box will enjoy Mr. Parkin’s ideas or at least come away with food for thought. The Ultimate Spiritual Way may not be prize-winning literature, but it is enjoyable and worth the read for its fresh approach to life and all its demands. A good enough spouse, child, parent, employee, person, citizen? It’s the Total Perspective Vortex of books – you’re not important, and you never will be important not on a universal scale, at any rateso you might as well live the best life you can and not stress over the details.
And while all that philosophy CAN be explained in just those few sentences or even just in the title! Having said that, I feel like readers should be warned that the writing here could use the touch of a good editor. The book is written in a very stream-of-consciousness style, almost a mad dash of “hey-I-just-figured-out-this-whole-secret-to-happiness” writing that leaps all over the place. The chapters provide some loose organization, but overall the writing just isn’t very tight – even though it is deep, clever, and amusing at times.
I almost can’t help but feel that this writing style was a conscious decision – even the foreword lampshades the fact that a true “f it” philosophy follower can best express their dedication to the philosophy by churning out a slap-dash foreword! So I almost feel churlish pointing it out at all, except that I’m concerned that some readers may be put off slightly by the looseness of the writing, no matter how much I might agree with the fundamental philosophy contained herein.
I suspect, though, that this will be a personal preference that depends on the reader. I do most definitely recommend this book if you don’t mind a bit of tongue-in-cheek consciousness streaming mixed in with your philosophy. Jun 18, Cath Duncan rated it it was amazing. Agile Living is about creating a multi-dimensional, flexible and resourceful mindset and lifestyle that welcomes variety, change and uncertainty. Like an agile dancer that moves and changes easily, to create something beautiful, Agile Living is about having a mind that moves and changes easily to create something beautiful.
The Fuck It Way provides simple, counter-intuitive wisdom presented with wit and humor, to help you to relax, face your fears and live the life you really want to and enjoy the journey along the way. If you’re curious to learn more and want to get the coaching tools I’ve extracted from Fuck It, I’ve featured the best ideas from Fuck It, along with an interview with the author at The Bottom-line Bookclub – http: Jul 05, Lindsay rated it liked it.
This is for the anti-“new age” person. The person who is a little more rough around the edges, the person who doesn’t want to hear about Jesus, and “Being” and everything in between. It is more for someone who wants a little more straightforward way of thinking about this whole concept of letting go and not caring. I think the process he suggests um He even talks at the beginning of the book about how the phrase just feels good to say, for cultural reasons.