Radical Men: Simple Practices for Breaking the Myth of Masculinity and Embodying Your Authentic Self

By: David Franklin

Price: $22.88

Quantity: 93 available

Book Condition: New

More Description

Between mass media, cultural standards, and well-meaning men's leaders, chances are that you are overwhelmed with expectations of what it means to be a man. As a result, many men constantly chase an external ideal that often results in unfulfilling work, addiction, obsession with sex and pornography, depression, unsatisfying relationships, and a sense of meaninglessness, confusion, and feeling lost. Featuring fifty body-based practices that can be done in the midst of daily life, this book by men's leader, educator, and coach David Franklin presents new possibilities for being a man in today's world. Outlining the tenets of Radical Men, David offers new perspectives that shatter current notions of masculinity. Using both personal stories and examples from his work with clients, he presents practical guidelines to support you in discovering who you are and how to live from your core in order to experience a deep sense of purpose, meaning, and connection in all areas of your life. Radical Men will help you: Break free from traditional and current ideas of what it means to be a man Know your purpose: who you are and why you're alive Cultivate dynamic, intimate, and fulfilling relationships Experience a profound spiritual connection that guides and inspires you to greatness Co-create a conscious men's movement in service of the greatest good This book is not just meant to be read - it is a hands-on manual for a new way of living and creating powerful change on the planet.

Title: Radical Men: Simple Practices for Breaking the Myth of Masculinity and Embodying Your Authentic Self

Author Name: David Franklin

Categories: Other,

Publisher: Anschel Press:

ISBN Number: 0977154777

ISBN Number 13: 9780977154777


Book Condition: New

Seller ID: ING9780977154777

Description: 0977154777 Special order direct from the distributor