In the decades since the initial publication of The Way of the Superior Man, society has changed significantly. Issues of gender and sexuality long confined to secrecy have become part of everyday conversation, and rigid ideas about our societal roles have begun to dissolve.
And yet, perhaps now more than at any time, men of all ages still “tussle with the challenges of women, work, and sexual desire.” In this unabridged audiobook of the classic guide to masculine spirituality, David Deida encourages men and women to lean into the conversation and offer their most valuable assets to the world - their authentic heart and depth of presence.
More relevant than ever, The Way of the Superior Man offers a view of a more conscious and embodied masculinity. “It is time to evolve beyond the macho jerk ideal, all spine and no heart”, writes Deida. “It is also time to evolve beyond the sensitive and caring wimp ideal, all heart and no spine.”
Including a new preface written in celebration of the book’s 20th anniversary, The Way of the Superior Man presents the next generation of with the opportunity to grapple with fear, cultivate trust in the moment, and put forth the best versions of themselves in an ever-changing world.
Read by Cecil Archbold.
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Really Good Book..!
I enjoyed it thoroughly. It is life changing. The only level higher is to choose the life of perfect spirituality and celibacy. When one does choose that higher Christ life it is still great to use the best principles in this book in a more spiritual manner. For instance be 100% about your purpose no matter what etc. this book truly is a great read.
It is also important that the reader learns about higher levels such as the boom a course in miracles and the ultimate level which is absolute celibacy.
Its good to respect all wisdom and listening to this book will add a layer of natural wisdom to those who are destined to hear it. God bless..!
Just as good as the original but better
I was hesitant to buy this book(again) because I have the digital copy and the paperback copy. I decided to bite the bullet and I’m glad that I did because listening to this book is better for me in some ways than reading it.
I can just let the familiar words flow though me without much concentration.
Some interesting guidance but overall from a perspective that’s just male dominant chauvinism.