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Archive for the ‘David Richo’ Category

Jul
2011
20
Exclusive book excerpt: David Richo

Exclusive book excerpt: David Richo

According to one of the leading psychotherapists and spiritual authors in the United States, trust is a four-fold path Adapted from, Daring to Trust: Opening ourselves to Real Love and Intimacy, By DAVID RICHO — A compass is a trusty tool for a journey, and we can see the four directions that trust can take ...
Jun
2009
16
Are you clinging to your mate out of financial fears? Here's a clue

Are you clinging to your mate out of financial fears? Here’s a clue

These aren’t “The Rules” that Oprah loves. DAVID RICHO’s arise out of Buddhism, a Catholic priesthood and depth psychology SOUL’S CODE —  Shrunken stock portfolios, canceled checks, and an unemployment rate in the double-digits indicate that couples who are distressed in their relationships today will stick...
Feb
2009
2
Religion and Hope: A New Year's confidential from David Richo

Religion and Hope: A New Year’s confidential from David Richo

Seeing 2009 as more “doom and gloom” is a collective projection. A new solar year is something sacred that can nurture you. DAVID RICHO, author of When the Past Is Present: Healing the Emotional Wounds that Sabotage our Relationships Annual planting among ancient peoples began with prayer that recalled how the gods performed this same ...
Dec
2008
25
7 spiritual recession lessons

7 spiritual recession lessons

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Dec
2007
15

David Richo does Spirit Rock

We’re big fans of David Richo, a former Roman Catholic priest who integrated his Christian training into a Buddhist conversion — and found international acclaim as a spiritual teacher and author. Most of all we’re impressed by the power of David’s personal presence, which is why it’s such a privilege to experience it in a ...
Dec
2007
14

A Book that Changed Me: How to be an Adult in Relationships

David Richo has a simple test for the question, ‘Should you stay or should you go?’ What you should ask, ‘Am I codependent’? BY ALEX HAISLIP — There’s nothing more debilitating than staying stuck in an unfulfilling relationship. The need to have somebody, anybody — even an other who is just plain wrong for you ...
Feb
2006
14

9 Ways to Deal With Loss

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