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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERFrom the celebrated author of Inward comes a new collection of poetry and short prose focused on understanding how past wounds impact our present relationships.In Clarity & Connection, Yung Pueblo describes how intense emotions accumulate in our subconscious and condition us to act and react in certain ways. In his characteristically spare, poetic style, he guides readers through the excavation and release of the past that is required for growth.To be read on its own or as a complement to Inward, Yung Pueblo’s second work is a powerful resource for those invested in the work of personal transformation, building self-awareness, and deepening their connection with others.

Yung Pueblo
April 27, 2021
256 pages

File Size: 41 MB
Available File Formats: PDF AZW3 DOCX EPUB MOBI TXT or Kindle audiobook Audio CD(Several files can be converted to each other)
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch, chinese

Perfect for gaining some thoughtfulness and perspective at any point in the day . . . I’m always surprised how impactful even a short poem from Yung Pueblo can be.”  (Dr. Mark Hyman, New York Times bestselling author) About the Author Diego Perez was born in Ecuador and immigrated to the United States as a child. He grew up in Boston and attended Wesleyan University. During a silent Vipassana meditation course in 2012, he saw that real healing and liberation were possible. He became more committed to his meditation practice while living in New York City. The results he witnessed firsthand moved him to describe his experiences in writing.  The penname Yung Pueblo means “young people” and is meant to convey that humanity is entering an era of remarkable growth and healing, when many will expand their self-awareness and release old burdens.  Diego’s online presence as Yung Pueblo, as well as his books, Inward and Clarity & Connection, are meant to serve those undertaking their own journey of personal transformation. Today, Diego resides in Western Massachusetts with his wife, where they live quietly and meditate daily.  <div id="

  • 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 focused on the self. There is material on self-awareness, personal relationships, and society at large, but it all comes back to self.Life is trauma and recovery. Not trauma as we often think of it, perhaps, but the trauma of “jealousy, anger, doubt, and low self-worth.” And the recovery “is not about managing your emotions; it is about managing your reactions to your emotions” because “our reactions tell us what our mind has internalized from our past experiences.” And since each and every one of us has different experiences, everything starts with self. I can’t be in a healthy relationship at any level until I understand myself first.His vision of self is a very healthy one. He doesn’t promote participation awards. But he does suggest, rightly so, I think, that we “throw away the idea that you need to pause your life until you are fully healed.” Life is motion. “How many times have you been unable to fully enjoy a special moment because you couldn’t stop thinking about what was missing?”If you study Buddhism at all you will find a lot of familiar ground here although he only once, if my search worked correctly, mentions the word Buddha or Buddhism. That is very much to his credit, I think. Our language is not healing us at the moment, whatever language it is that you identify with. (And, yes, language does have both meaning and consequences.)There is a big emphasis on listening and what he refers to as “selfless listening.” As a consultant whose name I can’t recall once asked “Are you listening to respond [selfish] or to learn [selfless]?” (I paraphrase.) On a related note, however, he reminds us “not every thought is valuable.” (The old joke about not wanting to belong to any club that would have me as a member comes to mind.)It’s a good book and a very quick read. I read it in one sitting. I admire his studious avoidance of jargon and popular lingo although he lost his five stars toward the end when his prose started reading ever so slightly like a social manifesto. It’s a manifesto I agree with, for the most part, but manifestos of any stripe aren’t doing any of us much good at the moment.His perspective alone would have made a valuable contribution. He didn’t really need to tie it all up in a bow and it is a bow that will sadly turn some readers off.And I admit to sighing on almost the final page when he wrote, “fortunately, humanity is in the process of maturing. we are young, [his pen name means young people] but we are more open to learning, growing, and reorganizing our world than ever before. it is up to us to make compassion structural. [last sentence in italics]” (He uses no capitalization.)How I wish that were true, but I fear it isn’t. I do, however, think his compass is sound and points in the right direction. Life is motion. The key is to move ahead. And he is right when he asks and answers the question “which comes first—inner work or working to make the world a better place? the answer is that both can happen at the same time.”
  • This is a rare work written by a living sage. Highly accessible, yet deeply moving and profound, this book is a priceless companion for all of us interested in strengthening our personal spiritual practices and enriching our interpersonal relationships with insight and love. It is clear that the author is not just telling us what he thinks, but sharing pearls of wisdom gained through his own practice, received after countless hours of serious meditation. There are many advanced meditators out there, but Yung Pueblo stands out precisely because he is able to share his insights, without artifice or pretension, for the benefit of everyone.Each page is like a deep breath of fresh air. This is an essential work in my collection. Very highly recommended.
  • Modern poetry with ancient wisdom – yung pueblo has done it again in this second book. I use this book as part of my meditation practice. I read one or two pages and contemplate them for my own life.
  • I’ve only read the first few pages and I can tell that I will already appreciate this book.
  • Yung Pueblo’s words are truly soul medicine! I own “Inward” (and strongly recommend purchasing this book as well) and it truly changed my life. Therefore, I knew I had to buy this book as well.Let me tell you… this is without a doubt such an important book. If you’re new to healing, or a veteran, this book will be a catalyst either way. It is written meditation, words of transformation and an evolution portal in text form. I cannot express my gratitude enough. I simply do not have the words. Pueblo’s work is like no other. Do yourself a favor and make the investment!
  • When going through a particularly challenging time in my life, I discovered Yung Pueblo. I was on a path of healing old traumas, going inward and becoming a better version of myself. His first book Inward I carried everywhere with me. I used it as a part of my meditation practice. It was transformative. I gifted this book to several friends.As soon as I learned he had another book, I immediately preordered it for my girlfriend and me.Once again, I am learning so much. I carry it everywhere now.These books are for everyone, at every stage in life/healing/awareness.
  • Their man’s writing is inspiring and uplifting. His work addresses universal truths simply and elegantly. I enjoy his first book, and this one is even better.
  • I feel like this is a book of someone writing what everyone wants to hear, not someone with life experience and wisdom to share. Nice ideas but no real substance.
  • I don’t think I’ve ever left an Amazon review before in all thes years but I felt I needed to for this book. The words in this book literally touch my soul. It couldn’t be more relevant after this last year with the world opening back up and trying to get our lives back to normal. I wake up every morning and open to a random page and the words just hit me. Thought provoking and beautiful. I could get lost in Yungs words all day! Thank you for this book!
  • Just what I needed when I had a mini breakdown about my romantic life. It really puts perspective on how good friendships and relationships should feel like… and they’re so short and digestible!
  • There’s much more to come from Yung Pueblo (Diego Perez). Some of the concepts and quotes in the book resonates with me on a vibrational level, and made sense of thoughts that had been mulling around in my head for a long time. He articulates experience.
  • The new book arrived with oily/sticky fingerprints on it. Likely for me, it arrived to me first, and then will go to my friend as a gift. it cleaned with the soap and tissues. Generally, book cover leaves marks easily.
  • Love this book, the author is concise and simple loved reading and will do again
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