Read Tears to Triumph: The Spiritual Journey from Suffering to Enlightenment Online Free - The internationally recognized teacher, speaker, and New York Times bestselling author of A Return to Love argues that our desire to avoid pain is actually detrimental to our lives, disconnecting us from our deepest emotions and preventing true healing and spiritual transcendence.
Marianne Williamson is a bestselling author, world-renowned teacher, and one of the most important spiritual voices of our time. In Tears to Triumph, she argues that we—as a culture and as individuals—have learned to avoid facing pain. By doing so, we are neglecting the spiritual work of healing.
Instead of allowing ourselves to embrace our hurt, we numb it, medicate it, dismiss it, or otherwise divert our attention so that we never have to face it. In refusing to acknowledge our suffering, we actually prolong it and deny ourselves the opportunity for profound wisdom—ultimately limiting our personal growth and opportunity for enlightenment. Frozen by denial, we are left standing in the breech. Whole industries profit from this immobility, and while they have grown rich, we have become spiritually poorer.
As Marianne makes clear, true healing and transcendence can only come when we finally face our pain and wrestle with what it has to teach us. Written with warm compassion and profound wisdom, Tears to Triumph offers us a powerful way forward through the pain, to a deeper awareness of our feelings, our lives, and our true selves.
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July 12, 2016
Most of the prerelease press indicated this book was an attack on the pharmaceutical industry and therapists who overuse prescriptions, so was surprised that it was kinder. The “being human is not a disease” theme is there alright, however the gist is more on living by the spiritual principles of...
February 09, 2017
This is the first book I read written by the great inspirational author Marianne Williamson .. and I thank God I started with this one !
Who of us didn't experience pain and suffering ??
Well this book deals with the subject but in the context of actually using this through embracing it and surrend...
July 07, 2017
Marianne Williamson's latest volume of spiritual wisdom is beautifully written and deeply inspiring. In Tears to Triumph she talks about suffering and all that it has to teach us about ourselves and our lives. She sees suffering as a necessary teacher to show us where we need to change and how to...
July 25, 2016
Awful. I wasn't able to even make it half way through this book. I found the author's views on mental illness and psychotropic medications grandiose and uneducated.
June 02, 2017
I have read most of Marianne Williamson's primary books and listened to a few audiotapes (when such existed) as well as going to hear her in a live lecture years ago. Even as I still cherish those books, esp. the prayers, I could not get myself past chapter 2 of this one. I always believe that so...
February 27, 2017
This book was about a lot of things. It was about pain, loss, grief and the path to spiritual enlightenment but mostly it was about how only through love and not fear can we heal and grow. It was also about the importance of working through our pain or heartbreak or whatever ailment we may have a...
November 23, 2016
“All of us yearn for happiness and love, and sometimes we find it,” writes Marianne Willamson in her new book Tears to Triumph: The Spiritual Journey from Suffering to Enlightenment. “Yet most of us are visited at some point by sorrow as well. A relationship, a job, a particular circumstance brou...
July 10, 2016
This book fell into my path just when I needed it. The discussion is on feeling through pain and suffering rather than the common notion to numb it with pills and shove it away. Marianne's consistent message is to turn to love, to the light inside, which is a direct spiritual connection.
November 06, 2016
I started reading this book with the expectation that it would just rehash the material found in previous works by the author. My expectations were met to a certain extent and then I started to realise that this book is different, but I can't quite pinpoint why I think this.
Suffering is such a u...
July 14, 2017
If I had a highlighter, the first 8 chapters would be all yellow. Williamson has so much good, insightful advice. It's thought provoking. The first 8 chapters are spiritual and mindful without being religious or anti-religious. Then the next three chapter take on the Buddah, Moses, and Jesus. The...