F * * K IT THE ULTIMATE SPIRITUAL WAY PDF

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F**k It: The Ultimate Spiritual Way by John C. Parkin

I mean, I wish I was making this up, but the above things are literally what is written in the book. My gun was loaded. The basic idea is to determine what you want out of life, and then to lose attachment to your ego, anxieties, prejudices, etc which prevent its achievement. What this book is, is nothing more than journey into one man’s rambling thoughts about society and spiritually.

It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury Signifying nothing. Parkin starts exploring the idea of chi and forms. That’s a proven fact. The premise is simple enough, and one that I actually agree with: It is more for someone who wants a little more straightforward way of thinking about this whole concept of letting go and not caring.

This is for the anti-“new age” person. I had felt sure that I had no need to read this book that had pinged my bell so strikingly. Because as if an entire book wasn’t bad enough, they also want people to pay go to to Italy for a week to learn how to not care about things. The author applies this method to almost every aspect in life and he does it well.

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If the mantra is to say fuck it, then fucking say it.

In a couple of areas there were mixed messages – like the section on Plans and Goals. Probably I’ll just say fuck it to worrying about what John Parkin would think of this review, and next time he sticks his finger up at me on the motor way for going too slow I’ll take some deep breaths, say fuck it and slam my breaks on.

I think the spirktual he suggests um Account Options Sign in. No new language to learn, just two power-packed words.

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. So, find out ulfimate to say Fuck It to all your problems and concerns. It’s a constant contradiction – if things don’t matter to you, they can’t bother you.

This is one of the most inspirational books I have read this year. Pretty good message I would say.

Parkin’s ideas or at least come away with food for thought. Jan 25, Sarah rated it it was ok Shelves: I saved you 4 hours. It also entails a reevaluation of all your values to determine if your life’s end values and goals are really that important to you. To say Fuck Itfeels good. Parkin wants us to say the phrase to everything we do because it releases us from attaching too much meaning, too much pressure, too many expectations to everything we do. To read it, as the author says, like an oracle, that is to open ultkmate page at random and read that chapter, is the very best way to enjoy this book.

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BOOK REVIEW: “F * * k It, The Ultimate Spiritual Way” – John C. Parkin

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. Other than the profane word choice, I don’t find that this is all that different from others ultimats recent years, such as “don’t sweat the small stuff” or even “let go and let God.

Go get yourself and those you care about a copy now! Technically, is there even any room for expansion on the topic? It does release tension and stress and helps me focus my energies on more important things, i.