Book Review: The Way of The Superior Man

The Way Of The Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Woman, Work, and Sexual Desire
The Way Of The Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Woman, Work, and Sexual Desire

I know I’ve just read a good book when 1) I want my friends to read it 2) I want to re-read it again after I finish. The Way Of The Superior Man does both.

David Deida makes it clear at the beginning of his book that even though the book title is The Way Of The Superior Man, this book is for the masculine aspect of a person, whether it be male or female.

I love it when a book opens my eyes to new horizons, helps shed insight on the mistakes I’ve made and the new directions I can take going forward. The Way Of The Superior Man showed me the differences between the masculine and feminine in a non-apologetic and revealing way. I had a lot of ‘oh, so that’s what I did wrong in my past relationships’ moments, and took home more than a few ideas…that actually worked when I tested them out.

The book is divided into mini-chapters, with one main idea per chapter. One of my favorites is chapter 47, ‘Take into Account the Primary Asymmetry':

Although you and your woman are equal beings, you are very different creatures. If she has a feminine sexual essence, her core will be fulfilled when love is flowing. For example, she can experience difficulties in her career, but if full love is flowing in her life – with her children, friends, and with you – then her core will be fulfilled.

Not so for you. If you have a masculine essence, then your woman and children can be loving you all day and night, but if your career or mission is obstructed, you will not feel at ease. You won’t even want to share much intimate time with your woman until you have your career or mission back on track.

Your woman’s core is fulfilled by love. Your core is released from stress by aligning your life with your mission.

Buy this book if you want to better understand the masculine force, how it’s constrained by the popular beliefs of society and how you can exude stronger masculine energy.

Buy this book also if you want to get a firmer grasp of the differences between the sexes and how you can use that to better improve your life and your relationships. But be warned, David tells it like he sees it, and like them or not, some of his ideas will challenge you.

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3 Responses to “Book Review: Driven from Within”

  1. Kloudiia
    May 4 2007 at 12:29 am #

    Wow, amazing. :)

  2. josephine
    May 4 2007 at 12:14 pm #

    Amazing Stuff!!!!!!

  3. sushilver
    August 11 2007 at 4:10 pm #

    Fantastic to view and provide more inspiration to do better.