How to Be Free - Joe Blow - Joe Blow

How to Be Free

  • Release Date:     ISBN: 1246996894470170671
  • Book Genre: Psychology
How to Be Free - Joe Blow Book Score: 4 0 5
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1,921 Ratings

How to Be Free Book Summary

How can we free ourselves from mental suffering? How can we unlock what the poet William Blake referred to as “the mind-forged manacles” - those unhelpful, unfounded and inflexible habits of thought which keep us from reaching our true creative potential?

This book provides practical advice on how to achieve this.

But it also offers an imaginative holistic theoretical framework for an understanding of the nature of the universe, the psychological history of the human race and the meaning of life.

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How to Be Free - Joe Blow Book Reviews

  • How to be free (Lindaarc)

    I never finished the book. How dare you try to take someone’s belief in God and try to tell them he doesn’t exists. That’s your opinion. It is not your place to put your views of the world on our backs. You need to seriously think of the harm your doing to people in the name of being free.You have no god because you don’t believe. Go back to school and write something real and stop projecting your crap onto others in the name of money. Money seems to be your God. I do not recommend this book.
  • Magnificent book.. (Salesougvc)

    I chose a good book to be my first book to read.
  • Helping to break the mental chains (Texhkscje)

    Thank you Mr Blow. This book has helped me to continue to move more towards my higher self. To keep in mind I am only a part of the whole and to never try to force change through harsh words only through loving actions.
  • A lamp shining in the darkness (Avid Reader QC)

    "Joe Blow" does an excellent job describing where and why we are the way we are. He does a very good job explaining the self-acceptance required to become individually and collectively happier and healthier. He does very little to explain the possible techniques of changing ourselves. So his ideas are a lamp shining in the dark. He theories why the dark is dark and why we may want to become the light. The journey to become the lamp is up to us.
  • Surely will interest many people! (KardFenty)

    Very open minded book, interesting read.
  • Don’t bother (The Chuck G)

    This book was pure drivel. It’s written by someone who believes that he is un-important and nobody as he states but his book can save the world. He has no historical data psychological data or scientific data to back anything stayed. He downplays Christianity and Jesus Christ while quoting Him saying that he’s inspiring. Both can’t be true. These were but the ramblings of someone who what’s self justification for being an ting the the way they do.
  • Great read (blackCamanche)

    An interesting prospective on everyday thought and approaches to life
  • Jonathan Gonzalez Lopez (LicAdMaBa)

    The person I will be at my wedding is going on a cruise or something like to give some additional time to get his JeepGrandCherokee2015 fixed because J and I accidentally hit a few friends, and aso massage him at work to replace myQ with my dads names underneath host.
  • Eye opening (Junior824)

    Great information!
  • Opens Doors (MKDATAKILLA)

    The capacity to unlock more than 10% of the Brain escalated to about 99.98% unlocking whilst read!
  • Lindaarc
    1 stars
    How to be free. I never finished the book. How dare you try to take someone’s belief in God and try to tell them he doesn’t exists. That’s your opinion. It is not your place to put your views of the world on our backs. You need to seriously think of the harm your doing to people in the name of being free.You have no god because you don’t believe. Go back to school and write something real and stop projecting your crap onto others in the name of money. Money seems to be your God. I do not recommend this book.
  • Salesougvc
    5 stars
    Magnificent book... I chose a good book to be my first book to read.
  • Texhkscje
    4 stars
    Helping to break the mental chains. Thank you Mr Blow. This book has helped me to continue to move more towards my higher self. To keep in mind I am only a part of the whole and to never try to force change through harsh words only through loving actions.
  • Avid Reader QC
    4 stars
    A lamp shining in the darkness. "Joe Blow" does an excellent job describing where and why we are the way we are. He does a very good job explaining the self-acceptance required to become individually and collectively happier and healthier. He does very little to explain the possible techniques of changing ourselves. So his ideas are a lamp shining in the dark. He theories why the dark is dark and why we may want to become the light. The journey to become the lamp is up to us.
  • KardFenty
    4 stars
    Surely will interest many people!. Very open minded book, interesting read.
  • The Chuck G
    1 stars
    Don’t bother. This book was pure drivel. It’s written by someone who believes that he is un-important and nobody as he states but his book can save the world. He has no historical data psychological data or scientific data to back anything stayed. He downplays Christianity and Jesus Christ while quoting Him saying that he’s inspiring. Both can’t be true. These were but the ramblings of someone who what’s self justification for being an ting the the way they do.
  • blackCamanche
    5 stars
    Great read. An interesting prospective on everyday thought and approaches to life
  • LicAdMaBa
    5 stars
    Jonathan Gonzalez Lopez. The person I will be at my wedding is going on a cruise or something like to give some additional time to get his JeepGrandCherokee2015 fixed because J and I accidentally hit a few friends, and aso massage him at work to replace myQ with my dads names underneath host.
  • Junior824
    5 stars
    Eye opening. Great information!
  • MKDATAKILLA
    5 stars
    Opens Doors. The capacity to unlock more than 10% of the Brain escalated to about 99.98% unlocking whilst read!
  • Arghbmb
    5 stars
    I found a missing piece of myself. Thank you
  • Lillybell.0
    5 stars
    Insteresting. I would definitely recommend this read, but I found myself a bit disappointed by a few perspectives and topics discussed. If I do refer this book I’d have to throw in my two cents before praising it. I felt there was a lot of underdeveloped commentary. Many things I felt the in-depth thought process halted far too soon when it could have dove much deeper. Overall it was a good read and I felt like I took plenty from this text I can’t complain too much. It’s a perfect read if you want to get some gears moving when thinking of your place in life. Definitely took out a few quotes I really found helpful and freeing. . . . Lastly, I felt compelled to leave this side note due to other reviews upset by the author not believing in God. His personal beliefs in God is so trivial to the rest of the text you can easily still believe in God and see where his perspective is coming from. It’s a shame to toss such a book to the side it only feeds into the narrative discussed. Give it a read and challenge yourself to be ok with reading the thoughts of someone who thinks differently. It’s eye opening in itself and doesn’t have to be anger driven or upsetting.
  • LiveFastDieYoung39
    3 stars
    Somethings are worth reading in this book. Happy I didn't act on the first impulse to abandon reading this book. Towards the end, there were parts truly worth reading. The author's brain has been illuminated by flashes of insanity and having read his words, I feel a bit insane too, in a positive, nonconformist kind of way. One note to the author about dogma and religion and the acts of violence in name of a religion: It's good to be able to distinguish between one's understanding of a faith and the faith itself. Both Christianity and Islam have beautiful teachings to enhance our human experience and the fact that relatively small groups in these religions chose to commit atrocities in their name does not change their essence as religions that changed the world.
  • Canoe ski
    5 stars
    Liberating. To say the least this book takes a hard look at the mind,and what makes it tick and I connected with it and it has become a priceless piece of literature.
  • Ito3391
    5 stars
    Wow. Haven't read a book so honest in a long time. Definitely recommend it. I'm amazed by how many things the author has been thru and can still see the world from this amazing point of view. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • mmmmmmnmnmmmmmmm
    2 stars
    of the moment. Mmmmm myymummmmymmymmmmmmymm M
  • Idiotka4891?
    1 stars
    Has nothing to do with the title. This whole book was based on sexuality and sexual pleasure and I could not understand what it had to do with how to be free. Waste of time
  • Tigerlily T
    5 stars
    Keeping it simple. This book is very straightforward in its discussions of human psychology and what is behind most human behavior. If you are a religious zealot, you won't like what this book has to say, but if you're a free thinker, open to new ideas and self-examination, it's a great book! You should read it!
  • sopranosax2020
    5 stars
    Love it. I absolutely love this book. It makes so much sense and it it easy for anyone to understand.
  • 2$!#
    2 stars
    To wnW. Utah T. 7Has bye W

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