16 quotes from Prisoners of Our Thoughts: Viktor Frankl’s Principles for Discovering Meaning in Life and Work: ‘When we work creatively and productively. To address the Crisis of Meaning in our lives, work, and society, Dr. Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon have written an updated and expanded edition of the. Praise. “In this newly revised edition, Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon not only honor the legacy of Viktor Frankl but further it by bringing his work to a new.
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Prisoners of Our Thoughts
After reading it, I was disappointed. Foreword Reviews only recommends books that we love. Shop Class as Soulcraft.
What makes sense for us at one time in our working lives might not make sense at another time. In the most discouraging circumstances, humans still have imagination, and the power to use it constructively.
I would’ve given this book a two or three, but the writing is so uneven it’s difficult to gather the good from the bad. Be the first to ask a question about Prisoners of Our Thoughts. In our response lies our growth and our happiness.
Whenever we go beyond satisfying our own personal needs, we enter the realm of what Frankl called “ultimate meaning. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. All formats paperback, audiobook, ebook are available from your favorite bookseller. Frankl’s extraordinary personal story of finding meaning amid the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps has inspired millions. Foreword by Stephen R. Kate Ascher and Thomas Mellins. And because we fail to notice That we fail to notice, There is little we can do To change Until we notice How failing to notice Shapes our thoughts and deeds.
Books on logotherapy can truly change your life by helping to know how to live with a meaning. As the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle suggested, it’s about the “good life,” the complete life, the meaningful life. Amazing book on the power of perspective and choice. If you do want to live from a place where you create your life and work, then you will greatly enjoy Prisoners of our Thoughts and find it personally and professionally relevant.
When we are awake to life’s meaning inside us, we too can be flexible. Its a way of experiencing the present, no matter what the weight of the world or the weather.
Mar 15, Marsha rated it liked it Shelves: Judith Katz and Frederick A. This is a book you will want all your associates and family members to read again and again.
Now that I am through the book, I will go back and do some of the chapter-ending exercises. Discover what to read next. We perpetuate an old community of victimization and helplessness. Videos About This Book. I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to pursue my prisonres passions – plural – and as I am learning from Frankl and Pattakos, we all are, no matter our external circumstances.
To address the Crisis of Meaning in our lives, work, and society, Dr. Personal growth is a trail pattqkos alone and yet we are all on it together. Everyone should read this book!
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To find deeper meaning, we must be willing to challenge our current slex, ask new questions, and be open to trying new directions.
The solution is not to seek more power over others or over conditions because power, ultimately, is an illusion.
Return to Book Page. I recommend just reading and sticking with Man’s Search For Meaning.
I’m not sure all the “exercises” are meaningful, but the jist of the book is good and not too heavy of a read. Similarly, mistakes become inspiring learning experiences rather than useless failures. No matter what it’s called, it is deep meaning and it transforms our lives. Meaning— choosing it, living it, sustaining it— is a significant personal, as well as societal, issue of the twenty-first century. Pattakos provides a commonsense model to resolve the existential anxiety created by the gap between our thoughts and reality and to tremendously enrich our lives.
The author, former professor of business administration and principal tgoughts The Innovation Group, makes that challenge, among others, in this fine pirsoners to psychiatrist Viktor Frankl Reading this book is a choice— a choice to add deeper meaning to your life. If you read this book patiently and honestly, it may prisonefs to change your attitude and thought process.