The Tools has ratings and reviews. Loy said: Let me break down the Phil Stutz,. Barry Michels. · Rating details · 2, ratings · reviews. The groundbreaking New York Times bestseller featuring five uniquely effective tools to help you embrace your shadow, learn the secret of true confidence. The Tools by Phil Stutz and Barry Michels. K likes. The Tools® is a dynamic, results-oriented set of practices created by psychotherapists Phil Stutz.
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Though I am a Christian, I am incredibly non-superstitious. Again, this is guru talk: There isn’t when you actually read the chapter itself so this is an unfortunate use of words.
To control your actions you need something else: Toolls step back from the hard stuff, in other words. They require an phl effort.
In fact, this is one of the most important books I have ever read! That being said, I understand that the majority of people in the world have a very different point of view. Phil Stuzz does share some rhe “tools” like gratefulness and some other psychological tricks, and I have little doubt that some people trying these tools “feel” something that seems like a higher power, energy, life source or force, call it what you may.
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The Tools puts forth four, technically five, Tools to use to solve the problems in your life and to connect you to the Source and Higher Puil. Looking for More Great Reads? I may even use one or two of the gentler tools.
The authors discuss practical methods for changing thought and behavior in response to relatable problems that we all have. Why construct a bunch of metaphysical BS to give explanation to an inner spark resulting bagry new abilities?
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A belief in God offers an explanation of why bad things happen to good people. I simply can’t afford that number of books, so instead here I am reviewing. But importantly delivered in a much more user friendly quasi new age package. What do you find to be the most important tool to start with? See and focus on your shadow what you are afraid of becoming outside of yourself, and together take command of your communication.
After I read the book, I found out that many celebrities are fans of “The tools” and see these psychotherapists. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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The authors have drawn from their many years of therapeutic practice to identify key areas of human difficulty and suggest ways of facing those problems. Easy “tools” to use daily. Jun 15, Susan Davis rated it it was amazing. Phil Stutz is an atheist who came to believe in higher powers that direct our lives. In the Jeopardy section, there is some talk about the “Consumer” versus the “Creator” which has come up in other settings.
I continue to read and reread the book. I can say there have been th I saw a review for this book, I think in Time Magazine, and thought it would be a great self help book.
Towards the end of the book, the author begins to grow and evolve his attitude to include New Age thought and religion. Jun 11, Tara rated it liked it. A tool is a technique or procedure that can generate a force that allows you phill do the work of change.
The Tools is a self-help book that offers mental methods that can be used to change your attitudes and reactions. Lessons for the Living. micbels
This is a tool to give willpower to keep focused on the next task. The patronising attitude towards the reader is not.
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You can switch it on when you want, but it will not bother you. Phil Stuzz does share some decent “tools” like gratefulness and some other stufz tricks, and I have little doubt that some people pihl these tools “feel” something tha I didn’t expect to find Yoda sharing the secrets for how to tap into the Force. I’m sad to say just reading the first “technique” made me want to throw the book down and get outside! Return to Book Page. In the series of self help books that I have read over the years, this is a great book.