Clarity & Connection

Clarity & Connection

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From the celebrated author of Inward comes a new collection of poetry and short prose that illuminates how past wounds impact our present relationships.

In Clarity and Connection, Yung Pueblo explores how intense emotions accumulate in our subconscious and condition us to act and react the ways we do. With his distinctive voice, at once spare and evocative, the author guides us through the excavation and release of the past that is required for growth. On the topic of intimate relationships, he reflects:

find a partner who accepts you as you are but also inspires you to evolve because they take their own growth seriously. love will not seek to change you. it will embrace you so unconditionally that you will feel safe enough to heal the old and put effort into the new. the courage you both have to stay committed to the inner journey will reflect brightly on your relationship.

An unabridged audiobook, read by the author. This recording also includes a bonus audio interview with Yung Pueblo, in conversation with Tami Simon.

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    Clarity & Connection Reviews

  • Geoff

    I am certain that this work will help some people and some will find it very useful. But for me it's not good poetry and it's not self help I need at this moment. Really just seemed like mantras or go...

  • Gary Moreau

    I have never encountered this author or his work before reading this book but was not surprised to learn, after finishing the book, that he began his thoughtful journey during a meditation course focu...

  • andreea.  (paperrcuts)

    This was Instagram poetry at its finest, albeit more experimental in terms of length and rhythm. It was simplistic, pretty pointless, and oh yes, endless, to the point where the same idea kept repeati...

  • Maribel Duran

    Every page for me was a gift. Yes, some were reminders of what I have heard in the past, but beautifully said. I read it during my time off and it really helped me relax and come back to my self. I al...

  • Poptart19 (ren)

    2 starsSelf help statements in the guise of poems. The content isn’t bad, but I’d have rather read the ideas in essay format, expanded upon & explained better. These poems just didn’t feel very ...

  • Lisa

    Atm Sydney Australia is in lockdown with the delta strain of Covid -19. While working as a Registered Nurse in this time, our anxiety and workload is through the roof. Taking a step back to read this ...

  • Katelyn Grandy

    This collection let me down in two ways. It does have an insta poetry feel, and it's lens focuses on trauma from romantic relationships. Trauma originates from countless sources, and I think this coll...

  • Emma Frost

    “only in being can i feel real peace”this book feels like it was written FOR me to read at precisely this moment...

  • CJ Goh

    This book offers short passages and quotes that are accessible through the day, whether it is a breakfast read or when you’re winding down for the day. Suitable for people who are contemplating on c...

  • Chandra

    2021 Reading Challenge Week 31: PoetryI am, admittedly, the farthest thing from a poetry expert, but I had a hard time accepting this collection as actual poetry. It feels more like a collection of li...