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Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow In The Than Twenty Five Years Since She Co Founded Omega Institute Now The World S Largest Center For Spiritual Retreat And Personal Growth Elizabeth Lesser Has Been An Intimate Witness To The Ways In Which People Weather Change And Transition In A Beautifully Crafted Blend Of Moving Stories, Humorous Insights, Practical Guidance, And Personal Memoir, She Offers Tools To Help Us Make The Choice We All Face In Times Of Challenge Will We Be Broken Down And Defeated, Or Broken Open And Transformed Lesser Shares Tales Of Ordinary People Who Have Risen From The Ashes Of Illness, Divorce, Loss Of A Job Or A Loved One Stronger, Wiser, And In Touch With Their Purpose And Passion And She Draws On The World S Great Spiritual And Psychological Traditions To Support Us As We Too Learn To Break Open And Blossom Into Who We Were Meant To Be

About the Author: Elizabeth Lesser

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10 thoughts on “Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow

  1. Adam Adam says:

    Oh my God This book changed my life Hell it MAY have saved it I was homeless in New York and going through a really rough time in my life and this book was constantly by my side as my companion, my friend, my pillow sometimes , my hope, my inspirat

  2. Thomas Thomas says:

    An alright self help book about how we can use difficult times to grow Elizabeth Lesser, co founder of the Omega Institute known for spiritual retreat and personal growth, shares her own story of loss as well as the journeys of those she has encountered th

  3. Ruhegeist Ruhegeist says:

    I borrowed this from a friend who tends to be what I consider over the top wacky spiritual Watching her move through life, easily make friends and enjoy what I so often take for granted is amazing and makes me a little jealous all the while resisting and occasiona

  4. Jordan Jordan says:

    I realize that this book is out of character with the sorts of things that I normally read I was led to this book by both a coworker s recommendation and by my personal struggles of this past year Last March, an old friend of mine committed suicide A month later, my first

  5. Julie Weaver Julie Weaver says:

    If you re wanting to learn how to cope with life s trials, this book is an excellent tool to teach you how to do just that Its not so much a self help book, butof an instruction manual on how to look at trials in a different perspective, and to graciously welcome life s opportuni

  6. Nedra Nedra says:

    EVERYONE who has gone through a personal crisis whether it be death, depression, divorce or just a simple personal evolution should read this book And, everyone else should read it too Elizabeth Lesser speaks to psychological and spiritual awakening in an understandable, lighthearted voi

  7. Homa Homa says:

    Full of hope and excited to begin reading this book, as the title seemed promising, especially when one feels so broken at the tragic loss of a family member The book had me realize that I am human, and accepted myself with all my flaws, because what I consider flaws are not bad, it s just being

  8. Tiffany Tiffany says:

    One of my favorite books of all time My dearest, Jennifer Cox, recommended this book at a particularly tough time in my life The first time I read it, I cried pretty much the entire read Lesser s writing is like a warm bath on a chilly day I look forward to passing this book on to people in the future I

  9. Carolyn Dorstek Carolyn Dorstek says:

    One of the most important books in my adult life This book has been my friend since I started reading it in mid May I continue to re read parts of it when I need encouragement facing the upheaval that my life has become It has helped me to jump into the fray without fear Like playing hide and seek as a child, t

  10. Laura Laura says:

    I am currently reading this book Although I am generally NOT into self help books, this book goes beyond that to explore the way we view the world and in times of turmoil, how we manage through I really like the wisdom and shared stories of Elizabeth Lesser

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