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Conversations with the Masters by Anthony de Mello. You may not have even realized you were sleep-walking. Most of us are most of the time. Awareness is an eye-opener. It’s Anthony de Mello telling you gently but firmly, ‘It’s time to get up now. I call it “This is your wake-up call! I call it the ‘business of awareness. Mixing Christian spirituality, Buddhist parables, Hindu breathing exercises, and psychological insight, de Mello’s words of hope come together in Awareness in a grand synthesis.

In short prsebudzenie for reading in quiet moments at home or at the office, he cajoles and challenges: We must leave this go-go-go world of illusion and become aware. And this only happens, he insists, by becoming alive to the needs and potential of others, whether at home or in the workplace.

Here, then, is a masterful aantoni of the spirit, challenging us to wake up in every aspect of our lives.

Paperbackpages. Published May 1st by Doubleday Religion first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Awarenessplease sign up. In the book, he kept saying don’t use the “I” and “me”.

Awareness: Conversations with the Masters

Lets pretend my name Mike. If I am angry at Joe. Do I say “Mike is angry at Joe. I know it sounds kinda of a stupid question, but I do agree with Anthony about disassociate yourself from the “I” and “me” to be able to see a clearer pictures. Moumou Mon Yep That’s what makes me read the book. See all 3 questions about Awareness….

Lists with This Book. Oct 13, Courtney rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This is one of the more personally challenging books I’ve ever read.


It made me think I wanted to sit down and argue with this guy. I didn’t like how it was written. I didn’t like what he said about people and selfishness and being and love, but I can’t stop thinking about it. The more time passes, the more I think thiss asshole is on to something. View all 6 comments. Oct 15, Tom LA rated it it was ok. Just look at you all. Fretting about, worrying, stressing about everything But hey, I have the key to take all of your stresses away!

Look closely in my eyes, though, because before you have the chance to ask me what that key is, and why I’m not explaining it properly to you, I’m going to slam a little cute story in your face that is going to distract you from the fact that I have actually just told you nothing at all”.

I’m giving “You guys are such idiots. I’m giving this trickster’s book 2 stars and not only 1 because there are some snippets, here and there, of interesting, good stuff mainly the quotations from the Fathers of the Church. The vast majority of the book’s pages, however, are filled with vague, KahlilGibrany, NewAgey, PauloCoelhoey banalities and platitudes.

De Mello sometimes hits at some profound spiritual concepts, sourcing from induism, buddhism and christianity, but it’s all done in a very simplistic, conversational and superficial way.

Mostly, he keeps blurting out empty slogans like a Jesuit Tony Robbins: He will write sentences like “One of the signs that you’ve awakened is that The horror, the horror! His main missteps are his over-rationalization of life and his posing as the wise guru. Here is a perfect example: I said to her “My dear, last year over a million people starved in China because of the drought, and you never raised a question”.

Thank the Lord there and then his sister didn’t have quick access to a flame-thrower! I bet he was a very charismatic individual to be in the same room with. But this book is wishy-washy, bland tripe. View all 4 comments. That’s a good one I’m going to remember. Jan 11, Dec 27, Mar 28, Joel rated it it was amazing Shelves: I picked up this book at a monastery in Northern California about 10 years ago and have kept it close ever since. De Mello, espousing no religious agenda, contends we’ve been brainwashed as to our typical ideas of love and happiness.

This untypical priest–his writings were denounced by the Pope–says our attachments, illusions, conditioning and general unawareness keep us anxiety-ridden. The consequence of not doing this is terrifying and unescapable. We lose our capacity to love.


If you wish to love, you must learn to see again How can you love someone whom you do not even see? Do you really see someone you’re attached to? Oh, what a relief. You no longer feel the need or the compulsion to explain things anymore. Jan 07, Anita Louise rated it it was amazing.

Awareness: Conversations with the Masters by Anthony de Mello

My favorite spiritual book. Anthony de Mello helped me to understand, “I’m an ass, you’re an ass”. He tells us we’re all sleeping, and he clobbers us over przzebudzenie head with a wake up call. Feb przebudzenle, Randy rated it it was amazing.

Awareness, Anthony de Mello’s most popular book, is a beautiful bridge between Western and Eastern spiritual thought. After his death inde Mello was censured mllo the Vatican’s Defeneders of the Faith headed at Awareness, Anthony de Mello’s most popular book, is a beautiful bridge between Western and Eastern spiritual thought. After his death inde Mello was censured by the Vatican’s Defeneders of the Faith headed at that time by Joseph Ratzinger, the current Pope.

Consequently, his books are not allowed to be sold in official Roman Catholic bookstores. All the more reason to read them ; Feb 23, S. Ach rated it liked it Shelves: Destroy their beliefs, no matter what they are. Tell them how miserably they are leading their lives, what scoundrels and idiots they have been. Yes, people love to hear that. A perfectly happy person would seldom pick-up a spiritually enlightening book. Ask them tough questions. What is life’s goal? You don’t have to offer any intellectual answer.

Just ask the questions and say “nay” to the fragmented answers. Now, tell them the things they already know, in a suave manner, with lots of funny anecdotes that they can relate to or laugh about. And finally conclude with something like, “Live in the present. Don’t think about the past. That gives the hope to people who still believe that there is much more to life than the wretched mechanical life they are clinging on to. If you have already read J Krishnamurthy or Osho’s books, you can safely avoid this book.

And if you haven’t read those books, then read those first.