The Third Circle Protocol

How to relate to yourself and others in a healthy, vibrant, evolving way, Always and All-ways
The Third Circle Protocol
How to relate to yourself and others in a healthy, vibrant, evolving way, Always and All-ways

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Pages : 192

Book Size : 6 x 9

ISBN-13 : 9781844097104

Imprint : Findhorn Press

On Sale Date : February 13, 2016

Format : Paperback Book

Illustrations : 6 b&w illustrations

Improve all your relationships, starting with the one with yourself.

About The Third Circle Protocol

Using, as a basis, the tool developed for clients for over 20 years in the author’s clinic, The Third Circle Protocol gives the understanding and offers the process to live a life of satisfying, loving and effective relationships without guilt or angst. It shows how to feel comfortable and flourish in the relationship with self and others. The Third Circle Protocol teaches the reader how to understand the often unspoken or unrecognized contracts we have with each other. And how to write new ones – when the current one isn't working. These contracts start with the relationship with yourself, your lover, your kids, your sister, or your parents. The centre core of your life is affirming interactive relationships, in your private life as well as at work. The exercises are simple, pragmatic and profound.
Table of Contents

Table of content

1. The Third Circle Protocol
2. To begin – You + You – Your Relationship with Yourself
3. You and Your Siblings
4. You and Your Spouse for Life
5. You and Your Kids
6. You and Your Ageing Parents
7. You and the In-laws
8. You and Your Ex
9. You and Your Date
10. You and Your Friends
11. You and Your Unloved Ones
12. You and the People You Pay
13. You and Your Boss
14. You and Your Employees
Summing Up
Addenda & Worksheets

Book Praise

Book Praise

Anyone who’s in a couple, has parent-child tensions, an over-critical friend or a difficult boss, can benefit from reading The Third Circle Protocol. Its basic principles – have a healthy understanding of your own values and priorities, then consider the relationship with another as a separate entity - are now made understandable and practical to apply, through this book. All relationships are complex, and most people give lip service to “working on it,” but get lost in their own separateness. Georgina Cannon provides a map and exercises to get you and your relationships to a better place. She posits the relationship as a contract to be “nourished, nurtured, respected and heard”…it’s not always easy but, with practice, becomes a more promising route to relationship satisfaction and success. I’d advise my readers to give it a try.