No ordinary moments: a peaceful warrior's guide to daily life by Dan Millman; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Spiritual life, Protected DAISY, In library . Four years after training with the old warrior he calls Socrates — in spite of all he has learned — Dan Millman confronts personal failure and growing frustrations. No Ordinary Moments: A Peaceful Warrior's Guide to Daily Life (Millman, Dan) [ Dan Millman] on homeranking.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Every day.
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Read between the lines and you'll discover so much more. After the publication of Dan Millman's first two books, which have since become classics in the realm of spiritual literature, many readers responded with thanks and questions, saying: Penney Peirce. Dan hones in on those things and offers This book took me far longer to read than I expected, but maybe I was just resisting all of the incredibly useful information within it. Michael A. Wallace D.
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I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to feel better and more fulfilled in their lives. Nov 06, Sayhi2jeni rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Wonderful thought changing book that helps you get your head together I re-read it every couple of months. Nov 24, Christian rated it it was amazing.
Aug 14, Jay rated it it was amazing. There are no ordinary moments. Jun 28, Dennis P. It builds on the foundation on being a peaceful warrior from a person's core level and up.
Great for Dan Millman enthusiasts and those practicing interrelated spiritual disciplines. Jul 22, Echo rated it it was amazing Shelves: A basic on my bookshelf. Have referred to it often, for entertainment and for insight. Oct 26, Marsha rated it really liked it. Dan Millman gives some wonderful ideas on how to improve our outlook in our own lives. Oct 08, Gordon Brown rated it it was amazing Shelves: A great in depth follow up to the ideas and concepts outlined in the original Way of the Peaceful Warrior.
Dan Millman has addressed something that comes up all to often from fictional works that present such profound ideals and lifestyle changes Reading this book gave me a much better insight into some of the things I was struggling to unders A great in depth follow up to the ideas and concepts outlined in the original Way of the Peaceful Warrior.
Reading this book gave me a much better insight into some of the things I was struggling to understand and realize from the original text. Thank you for this follow on book. The first one changed my life, this one helped me refine it. I would most certainly recommend this book to anyone interested in a more meaningful, mindful life.
Feb 01, Paddy Sears rated it it was amazing. Dan millman reminds me actually kinda a lot of myself! Paddy likes to write in this way where your constantly demanding the reader to keep an open mind. Would of been proud to of wrote this myself! Top marks from Paddy.
Wow Great read. This book gives insight to do many questions I've had. The truth is happiness is what you make it. You'll see. Sep 01, Shubh rated it it was amazing. Best ever book. Feb 07, Darko Doko rated it did not like it Shelves: After wonderful Peaceful warrior saga author just managed with this "help book" to undo everything that I so much liked in his stories.
Jan 15, Daeus rated it really liked it Shelves: There is some solid wisdom in this book. I definitely recommend reading the Way of the Peaceful Warrior first to see if this is something you might be into since it does delve into a 'new age' area.
Unlike the peaceful warrior story, this is a laid-out guidebook on how to live well. Some quotes: Rather it entails recognizing the noise as separate from us, so that when "heavy metal" plays we don't become crazy Though this book was a good intro for me in some areas of faith, meditation, etc it is really just scratching the surface of a lot of areas to explore.
Oct 11, Andre rated it did not like it Recommends it for: No one. This was a really boring book. The author doesn't seem to have any background on the area of self-help which it tries to publicise it under. It's nothing more than the lower bottom of self-help books, disguised as spiritual journey mixed with stories the author tries to pass as his own.
This is the typical book to be shown in an Oprah's episode. Mar 05, Marc rated it liked it. A very interesting guide book to a sort of universal spirituality; i read many parts of this over 15 years ago as an extension of men's work i was engaged in. Dec 18, Justin rated it it was ok Shelves: