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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Power wl Coincidence: Meaningful coincidences and surprising connections occur all the time in our daily lives, yet we often fail to appreciate how they can guide us, warn us, and confirm us on our life’s path.
This book explores how meaningful coincidence operates in our daily lives, in our intimate relationships, and in our creative endeavors. The Power of Coincidence will help you daviid Originally published under the title Unexpected Miracles, the author has fully revised and updated the book for this edition.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jan 21, Mihai Rosca rated it liked it Shelves: It’s a strange mix between Alan Watts, Eckhart Tolle and several other, but without having their appeal or without being that convincing, even without making that much sense.
When Richo talks about the Coincieencia, I hear Allan Watts and his talks, yet without making the perspective so fluent. When he talks about the bigger self and acceptance I hear Eckhart Tolle without being that much convincing.
When he talks about initiation and dreams I hear Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung, both of which are also It’s a strange mix between Alan Watts, Eckhart Tolle and several other, but without having their appeal or without being that convincing, even without making that much sense.
When he talks about initiation and dreams I hear Joseph Campbell and Carl Jung, both of which are also quite quoted in the book. When he talks about finding hope in getting involved in the community’s and the world’s problems I hear Ken Robinson and others, but without the English charm. I got some pretty good eye openers from the book and it made me question some serious things but I definitely don’t like the fact that the good things are wrapped in tons of of bad writing.
The book isn’t written in a language that’s accessible to everyone and there are a lot of phrases that don’t make sense or are extremely confusing. I read a translated version so that was my experience, perhaps the original version is different.
Even so, the way it’s been written can’t be hidden. Richo is a very well read man and has some good knowledge to share to the world, but unfortunately he lacks the fluency of a good writer.
Jul 27, Katia M. Davis rated it it was ok. I have always held the belief that all things happen for a reason, even bad things. This is one of the reasons I decided to read this book.
I also wanted something I could knock off in an afternoon and this seemed short enough for that. Unfortunately I found it a little to spiritual for my taste. I am sure that people with a strong spiritual background would find this podee enlightening or reassuring. I did find lx aspects interesting, such as psychological discussions of mindfulness, however th I have always held pover belief that all things happen for a reason, even bad things.
I did find some aspects interesting, such as psychological discussions of mindfulness, however the Jungian philosophy and extreme inclusion of quotes from Shakespeare to Dickinson put me off.
If I want to explore how synchronicity affects me, the last person I want to listen to is Emily Dickinson! So this book may be good for some, but it didn’t do it for me.
Nov 02, Kimberly rated it it was fe Shelves: How many ways can someone adore, admire and cherish a piece dwvid written work? Let me do so in my short review: This book coincidenciaa pages of masterful writing. Richo’s text allows space within the reader’s mind to push for a deeper awareness of Coincidencja. In fact, if you just take one thing from this book, read Chapter 5: His nuanced writing style invoked my desire to be a better, more caring self-analyst and a better writer, overall.
As such, I’ve decided to read more of Richo’ How many ways can someone adore, admire and cherish a piece of written work? As such, I’ve decided to read more of Richo’s books and additional text regarding Jungian psychology. I humbly suggest that everyone that is able to make time to read this book. Sep 26, Devika Koppikar rated it it was amazing.
Another amazing book that really helped me examine my triumphs and struggles in perspective. At times, you feel overwhelmed May 20, Dan rated it liked it Recommends it for: Jun 09, Mica rated it it was amazing. I loved reading this book and found so many parts profound that I would just have to pause and sit and hold the book and savor the thought. Dec 11, Mary Phillips rated it it was amazing. Great book at the right time — Synchronicity at work — will read again.
Dec 02, Marianne Mullen rated it really liked coincidwncia Shelves: I did really appreciate a great deal in this book.
Got me thinking and I liked the richp for further exploration that were given. It was very much Jungian and a bit too much at times, but it did open me to think more about the relationship of psychology and spirituality which I always enjoy. Jun 04, Mai rated it really liked it Shelves: What an amazing and inspiring book!
This come as a revelation to me that We are always taken care of by the divine power of this universe which is God that we are always guided to fulfill our best potential,to follow our coincidenciia that will lead to our happiness ,success and prosperity if we just let life unfold the way it meant to be ,if we just let it flow and become aware of the signs that shapes our destiny every day ,then it turns out that nothing is really a coincidence,that was an “Aha mome What an amazing and inspiring book!
This come as a revelation to me that We are always taken care of by the divine power coincdencia this universe which is God that we are always guided to fulfill our best potential,to follow our destiny that will lead to our happiness ,success and prosperity if we just let life unfold the way it meant to be ,if we just let it flow and become aware of the signs that shapes our destiny every day ,then it turns out that nothing is really a coincidence,that was an “Aha moment” for me The power of coincidence or synchronicity is the way the universe pokes you to be aware of the signs which unfolds your destiny or life plan ,also the author talked about the power of dreams and their interpretation ,both synchronicity and dreams are tools to unravel the mystery of the future and life really shows us what we need to know if we just pay attention and become more aware Highly recommend it Jan 23, Debbie Lamperd rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is one of the first books I ever read that introduced me to the concept of synchronicity.
A concept that there is no such thing as coincidence, everything has a deeper, greater meaning than what lies above the surface. Such was the impact of this concept and this book that I have went on to write my own book around this concept.
A highly recommended read by David Richo. podwr
Dec 30, D rated it did not like it. There were some gems in here but unfortunately they were buried amidst the dreck of superstition and Jungian philosophy which strikes me as dubious.
El Poder de la Coincidencia: Como Interpretar a Su Favor las Senales de Le Vida
Too bad as many things were interesting just from a historical poderr. But Davd feel the message of being open to opportunities presented by the universe was lost. Mar 03, Neil Liddell rated it really liked it. Thought provoking look at meaningful coincidences. When rucho look back at past events you do begin to realise that, whether good or bad, they actually take you to a better place where wisdom is gained.
Feb 06, Nancy rated it liked it. Good follow-up book to “When the Past is Present” by Richo. Slow reading because it’s loaded with coinciencia information and insights. Jan 30, Ken rated it really liked it. Took awhile to get started, but it was worth it.
There are quite a few gems in this book, depth psychotherapy at its best. Mar 06, Gabriela rated it it was ok. Great idea, but the best thing about the book is quoting Jung. Apr 08, Timothy Carey rated it it was amazing.
An amazingly insightful book by David Richo, well worth the read. Apr 20, J rated it liked it. Had to take this one in spots. It was bit windy; however, the substance was good. Would have liked it more, if was tightened up. Nov daviid, Maria rated it it was amazing. A good reminder that there are no coincidences and that everything that happens to us is for our spiritual growth. Sep 23, Aliya rated it liked it. Some parts were insightful. Jun 14, Siva Ranjan rated it it was ok.
Even bad things happen for a reason