Book Club

The book club meetings give us an opportunity to discuss books for deeper learning, connection, fun, clarification... It can also help us find time or motivation to be more consistent with reading :)

The book club meetings are free and everyone is welcome, who loves to have some deeper conversations about books and how we can implement that new wisdom into our day to day live when you life with complex PTSD

 

WHEN:

Every first Saturday of the month at 6:30 am (Brisbane AEST) - Note: this will be Friday for people in Europe and North America

Here's the zoom registration link (please add this to your calendar app so it does the time conversion for you and saves the link and password).

This link will stay the same for all meetings in 2022. You only need to register ones. Should you lose the link, it's ok to register again.

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEudeCvqj8iG9GVOm834SKuuu1hTlDnxHkq

 

Book club schedule for 2022 😊

We will be discussing the following books at our monthly meetings:

 December - there will be no new book for this meeting to give everyone time to catch up on any unfinished books and to reflect on all the books we read this year.

 

Note: In 2023 the meetings will move to last Saturday of the month and there will be two different times to accommodate most time zones

 

January -  Pema Chödrön: "When things fall apart - heart advice for difficult times" 

February - Eckhart Tolle: "Stillness Speaks" 

March - Robert Sapolsky: "Why Zebras don't get ulcers" 

 

NOTE: Older versions of books are often available as a free pdf downloads via google :)

 

Books we read in 2022:

November - Jon Kabat-Zinn: "Full Catastrophe Living"

October - Nathaniel Branden: " The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem" 

September - Wayne W Dyer: "Excuses begone!

August - Caroline Myss: "anatomy of the spirit - the seven stages of power and healing"

July - Elaine N. Aron: "the highly sensitive person - how to thrive when the world overwhelms you"

June - Viktor Frankl: "the feeling of meaninglessness" 

May - Russ Harris: "the confidence gap"

April - Michael Singer: "the untethered soul. the journey beyond yourself"

March - Brené Brown: "braving the wilderness: the quest for true belonging and the courage to stand alone" 

February - Thich Nhat Hanh: "Peace is every step. The path of Mindfulness in everday life" 

 

Books we read in 2021:

December - Janina Fisher “healing the fragmented self”

November - Peter Levine “Waking the Tiger”

October - Jonice Webb “Running on Empty”

September - Stanley Rosenberg “Accessing the healing power of the vagus nerve”

August - Gabor Mate “when the body says no”