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The most common response I have received to The Road Less Traveled in nothing to do with it, but I think she was accurate my authorship of The Road. Editorial Reviews. resourceone.info Review. By melding love, science, and religion into a primer on resourceone.info: The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth eBook: M. Scott Peck, M. Scott Peck. The Road Less Travelled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth by M. Scott Peck. Read online, or download in secure EPUB.


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Read "The Road Less Traveled A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth" by M. Scott Peck available from Rakuten. Similar Free eBooks. Filter by page count, Living The 80/20 Way: Work Less, Worry Less, Succeed More, Enjoy More The Road Less Traveled, 25th Anniversary Edition A NEW PSYCHOLOGY OF LOVE, TRADITIONAL VALUES The. One of the key Rider backlist titles, specially chosen for the Rider promotion.

Will also implies choice. We do not have to love. We choose to love.

Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it. Dec 29, Moses Kilolo rated it really liked it. This book is about spiritual growth, and so said offers a religious Christian approach to its message.

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However Mr. Scott successfully avoids being preachy. He does not present the Christian faith as superior to others, and the subtlety of this approach makes any reader across the board comfortable with his message. His first emphasis is on thinking. No one need mention what an important component this is, of all human acts of choice.

And the author offers a critical study against simple thinkin This book is about spiritual growth, and so said offers a religious Christian approach to its message. And the author offers a critical study against simple thinking, instead campaigning for depth. He goes on to tackle consciousness and its mystery, showing how a sense of awareness can bring to life harmony and serendipity.

His other main assertion is that in order to grow, we need to learn. And learning is equally a choice, in a sense that we chose to, and or not to learn in our endeavor to come out of our narcissism.

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Part two of the book offers insights on the everyday life. It shows the personal life choices such as those of vocation as well as organizational life choices and the choices we make about society. It is in the third part of the book that he talks about God. Here I find a few things that I do not agree with. But generally the writing is honest and heartfelt enough. Since this is my first book this year, I hope that I will keep up and read more of non-fiction works this year.

Dec 28, Lynn Hunt rated it really liked it. I connected with this book. But, with all spiritual books, I think it all has to do with timing and when a person is ready for what they read.

I hadn't read any books on spirituality for a while, but I'd heard of Peck and I'd heard of his "Road" books, so I thought I'd give them a go. Unfortunately, it was a major disappointment. It started well: His own personal anecdotes, illustrating various points, made it mo I hadn't read any books on spirituality for a while, but I'd heard of Peck and I'd heard of his "Road" books, so I thought I'd give them a go. His own personal anecdotes, illustrating various points, made it more real.

So there were many positive aspects to this book. Despite this, he managed to completely destroy his own credibility. He constantly wavered between Freudian psychology and Christian theology, with blind faith in both, one contradicting the other, and neither showing any basis in scientific enquiry. For a psychiatrist, he showed an amazing lack of understanding of human behaviour, assuming that all evil is inherent rather than learned - and when he started hearing voices, he chose to believe it was the "voice of God" rather than a problem with his own mental health.

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Yet his most annoying habit was constantly referencing his own books as if he was the font of all knowledge without equal.

His arrogance stifled whatever message his text was supposed to impart. I am open-minded in my views on human spirituality, but this book left me feeling that something very important was missing. This is one of my favorite books.

If there was a course for life, this would be the book to bring. Jan 28, K. Kron rated it it was ok. I liked this book, but it was more of a review of his others. Not great unless you've never read his others.

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The poem at the end was an infusion of spirituality, so I'm pretty happy that I stuck with reading it all the way trough. Dec 10, Judith Symonds rated it really liked it. I found this book really hard to get into at first.

However, after much perseverance I found that Dr Peck is very informative. This book is about thinking and now accepting popular culture. Dr Peck is a psychologist and many of his experiences with patients come through in his work. The thing that came up for me when I was reading this book was a story about a young woman who sounds much like me who suffered alot of frustration at work because most of her colleagues did not meet up to her standa I found this book really hard to get into at first.

The thing that came up for me when I was reading this book was a story about a young woman who sounds much like me who suffered alot of frustration at work because most of her colleagues did not meet up to her standards. Many years ago my husband suggested that I 'make allowances' for those people who were not as fortunate to be as smart as me.

At the time, I actually thought that he was helpfully reminding me not to be so 'perfect'. Now I see it in this book, that because I continually educate myself and love to learn new things, there is an art to having more compassion for people and getting to understand them better. I loved this book. Still love it, as I discovered when I re-read it. There are so many little gems to be discovered every time you read it The first time I read it all I saw was how well other people fit in the various categories described by the author.

This is my mom, this is X, this is Y! And this is where the work begins. I highly recommend it to everyone interested in self-discovery and self-development. Not an easy road to take, but the only one that leads to truth and authenticity.

The first half of the book was ok, not so much new, but ok. Mostly talking about how "discipline" helps solving problems in life and examples of the cases that its lack is disastrous.

The second half is terrible though. This is when he goes to spirituality and the motivation behind discipline which is "love". To see how meaningless it was, the author says because of second law of thermodynamics, evolution shouldn't have happened.

It's because of "love" that it has happened! He not only has no und The first half of the book was ok, not so much new, but ok. He not only has no understanding of second law of thermodynamics, but doesn't understand evolution either.

I hope I hadn't wasted my time reading it at all! Jan 06, Alejna Alija rated it really liked it. Hard to get into it at the beginning, but once you are at the core of it you wrap yourself deep inside as you cannot leave the book for a minute! Mar 26, Annie Frame rated it it was amazing. Loved this book. Scott Peck didn't hold back and says it like it is. Delving into the human mind he makes a lot of sense of people and their behaviour.

Although some readers might disgree with certain aspects I found The Road Less Travelled and Beyond a perfect read for those living in the mad world around us.

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Once again Scott Peck, thank you for a thoroughly good read. This book changed my life. I read it 24 years ago and it has become a parental inner voice of navigating and copping with life. It has been a great source of, comfort, strength and perspective. Today I am considered very emotionally grounded and sound and the foundation for this is from The Road Less Traveled.

Oct 14, A. Aaron rated it really liked it. It is about spiritual growth in an age of anxiety. This man puts it all together nicely in this book. He establishes the need for thinking again.

In a society that has given over their decisions to everyone else by following established roads Dr. Peck re-ignites the need for genius and thinking about life daily. How the lack of thought causes the inequity and injustice's and prejudices in life. Aug 11, J. Chris rated it it was ok. Nothing new in this book. I loved "The Road Less Traveled" but this was blah and a nothing new sequal. Photo Credit: Product Details. Resources and Downloads.

Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! More books from this author: Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! See More Categories. Your First Name. Zip Code. Thank you! For example, the section of the book that describes how "love is separateness" rings very true in my life and what I believe I need to have in a loving relationship. Peck says, "a major characteristic of genuine love is that the distinction between oneself and the other is always maintained and preserved.

The genuine lover always perceives the beloved as someone who has a totally separate identity. Moreover, the genuine lover always respects and even encourages this separateness and the unique individuality of the beloved. It is the separateness of the partners that enriches the union. Great marriages cannot be constructed by individuals who are terrified by their basic aloneness which is to be distinguished from lonliness.

Genuine love not only respects the individuality of the other but actually seeks to cultivate it, even at the risk of separation or loss.Truly evil people, on the other hand, actively rather than passively avoid extending themselves. Perhaps I may give this book an alternate rating when I re-read again at a later phase in life. Scott Peck. Peck's son, Christopher Peck, and published in October Hans Rosling.

The title should be at least 4 characters long. Your Love is evident in every page of this book. Published January 2nd by Touchstone first published September 15th