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 Beyond Order 12 More Rules for Life PDF-The companion volume to 12 Rules for Life offers further guidance on the perilous path of modern life.

In 12 Rules for Life, clinical psychologist and celebrated professor at Harvard and the University of Toronto Dr. Jordan B. Peterson helped millions impose order on the chaos of their lives. Now, in this bold sequel, Peterson delivers 12 more lifesaving principles for resisting the exhausting toll that our desire to order the world inevitably takes.

In a time when the human will increasingly imposes itself over every sphere of life – from our social structures to our emotional states – Peterson warns that too much security is dangerous. What’s more, he offers strategies for overcoming the cultural, scientific, and psychological forces causing us to tend toward tyranny, and teaches us how to rely instead on our instinct to find meaning and purpose, even – and especially – when we find ourselves powerless.

While chaos, in excess, threatens us with instability and anxiety, unchecked order can petrify us into submission. Beyond Order provides a call to balance these two fundamental principles of reality itself and guides us along the straight and narrow path that divides them.

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Jordan Bernt Peterson (born 12 June 1962) is a Canadian clinical psychologist, YouTube personality, author, and a professor emeritus at the University of Toronto[4]. He began to receive widespread attention in the late 2010s for his views on cultural and political issues, often described as conservative.[5][6][7]

Born and raised in Alberta, Peterson obtained bachelor’s degrees in political science and psychology from the University of Alberta and a PhD in clinical psychology from McGill University. After teaching and research at Harvard University, he returned to Canada in 1998 to permanently join the faculty of psychology at the University of Toronto. In 1999, he published his first book, Maps of Meaning: The Architecture of Belief, which became the basis for many of his subsequent lectures. The book combines psychology, mythology, religion, literature, philosophy and neuroscience to analyze systems of belief and meaning.

In 2016, Peterson released a series of YouTube videos criticizing the Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (Bill C-16), passed by the Parliament of Canada to introduce “gender identity and expression” as prohibited grounds for discrimination.[a] He argued that the bill would make the use of certain gender pronouns “compelled speech”, and related this argument to a general critique of political correctness and identity politics. He subsequently received significant media coverage, attracting both support and criticism.

Peterson’s lectures and conversations—propagated mainly through YouTube and podcasts—soon gathered millions of views. By 2018 he had put his clinical practice and teaching duties on hold, and published his second book: 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos. Promoted with a world tour, it became a bestseller in several countries. Throughout 2019 and 2020, Peterson’s work was obstructed by health problems in the aftermath of severe benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome. In 2021, he published his third book, Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, and returned to podcasting.

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  • Listening Length 13 hours and 11 minutes
    Author Jordan B. Peterson
    Narrator Jordan B. Peterson
    Whispersync for Voice Ready
    Audible.com Release Date March 02, 2021
    Publisher Penguin Audio
    Program Type Audiobook
    Version Unabridged
    Language English
    Identification Number B08P3R4CKJ
  • Book Name  : Beyond Order 12 More Rules for Life PDF

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Mark “The catastrophic over-diagnosis of ‘neurosis’ in these trying times is taken to task, lest all end up as ‘neurotics’ for good.

This book was not only more personal and heartfelt than its predecessor, but also had a slightly more authentic tone throughout. One can almost see the wisdom of this man’s conscience develop from the previous book 12 Rules for Life, to this book Beyond Order. Much of it is indeed a rephrasing and rehashing of his previous book, but a great deal is refreshingly novel and some things even just straight unexpected. One might feel like a hero of heroes just by reading certain aspects and ‘scenes’ of the book. Anyone who found 12 rules for life beneficial is almost sure to find this also, as one might say, an added layer of gold knightly armor to lay upon the previous layer. In addition if you or someone you know or love, is involved with benzodiazepines or other anti-psychotic medications, or is struggling with them, then this book will help you understand how you are not alone regarding such serious and sometimes even, life and death serious; problems. The attention drawn to the societal ignorance regarding benzodiazepines and other (potentially) dangerous medication is brought to the fore.

Hits Hard On the inevitableness of both anxiety and acute depression as an ever present and eternal threat that only the ‘Hero within’ can slay. Anxiety does not imply the ‘Need’ for anti-psychotics. Anxiety is normal phenomenon and can easily be a necessary precursor to further development,(one’s unconscious simply demanding that you start exercising for example!) and not, as many say, pathological, and these points are driven home perhaps better than any other.”

Miriam “Amazing! So far an amazing book. I just finished 12 rules for life again yesterday before this release. That book saved me especially over the last year. Buy this book and the first one. Don’t fall in the trap that the media tries to set about the quality of character of Jordan Peterson. He only wants what’s best for everyone in the world. Truly a light in the darkness.

Edit: Well I picked it up and didn’t put it down until I finished it. Amazing content. I watch a lot of his online lectures and his voice really shined through in this book. Felt like he was speaking his personal knowledge directly to me. I couldn’t recommend it more.”

AlaskaBoy “I purchased both the hardcover and audio book versions of ‘Beyond Order’– having done the same for the original ’12 Rules’ and followed Peterson’s group lectures and presentations for years; I knew these new sets of rules have been powerful themes of his; not making the cut from the original ’12 Rules’ only because of space/clarity, and not at all because they’re less vital.

Many won’t need to (all his points+deeper themes are 100% understandable even by laymen); but getting the audio book version as well offers added utility for me: there is SO much goodness to unpack in this book; and for me it takes repeated emphasis (play-back) to hear the words again and draw all of it out to apply to notes in my own life.

Here, Peterson gives the same-if not more- attention to these rules in ‘Beyond Order’– one instantly sees the detail and painstakingly-sought after meaning in each of his words. Incidentally, that’s one reason why I bought the audio version- which he narrates- as well. Peterson becomes emotional, sometimes getting choked up in reading his own words– he means and believes every word.

Taking up responsibility, giving credence to our ancient forefathers, shirking entitlement, repelling Leftist Identity Politics, and getting ones own house in order are all fundamentally needed in today’s climate. This is sorely needed and is further testament to why scores of Millions are inspired by Peterson.”

Doktor Stone “Ich machte mir ernsthafte Sorgen. In den letzten Monaten schien es nicht gut bestellt um Peterson. Viel war da die Rede von Zusammenbrüchen, Medikamentenabhängigkeiten, von Wachkomazuständen inklusiver einer Krankenhausodyssee durch verschiedene Spezialkliniken in Osteuropa. Was ist nicht alles geschehen? In Interviews sah er leichenblass, müde und ziemlich abgekämpft aus. Gleich am Anfang von “Beyond Order”, in der Ouvertüre, berichtet der Autor mit bewundernswürdiger Offenheit über seine Unzulänglichkeiten und inneren Kämpfe, ohne jemals seine Medikamentenabhängigkeit zu verharmlosen, was seiner eigenen Heldengeschichte sicher nicht schadet. Da mich Freud, Jung, Hesse, das Alte Testament und Dostojewski seit jeher magisch reizen, habe ich Petersons Werdegang mit Interesse verfolgt. Angefangen habe ich mit Maps of Meaning, damals noch ein Kultbuch für Eingeweihte, schaute ich seine Vorlesungsreihe zu Mythologie, wenig später erfolgte der Aufstieg zur Kultfigur, die immer prominenter platzierten Kontroversen und Streitgespräche, der Höhepunkt der Aufmerksamkeit bei diversen Gender-Gefechten, das Philosophen-Battle mit Zizek und schließlich der schleichende Benzodiazepin-induzierte Rückzug.

Soviel Vorgeplänkel. Frisch ran ans Werk, Freunde. Zu allererst fand ich es extrem spannend gerade in solchen Zeiten Peterson zu lesen. Selbst gerade aus Corona-Untiefen zurückgekehrt, gewinnt man Halt bei jemand Bekanntem. Irgendwie hatten schon die ersten Leseseiten etwas Beruhigendes, wie das Treffen eines alten Freundes, der einen an die eigene Verantwortung erinnert. Und bald hörte ich beim Lesen schon Jordans nasale Stimme mit dem kanadischen Alberta-Akzent, die so gerne “abuut” statt “about” sagt und es als brillanter Rhetoriker versteht, sein Publikum zu fesseln. Nach seinem Vorgängerbuch, dem immens erfolgreichen Ratgeber “12 Rules For Life”, für Fans mittlerweile wichtiger als die Zehn biblischen Gebote, folgen nun 12 weitere Lebensratschläge. In “Beyond Order” schlägt Peterson einen ähnlichen Ton an, konzentriert sich vor allem auf das
Überthema “(Über-)Leben in unsicheren Zeiten”. Im Zentrum steht weiterhin die Mythologie, also die stetige individuelle Suche nach Sinn und Bedeutung im irdischen Dasein. Wie gewohnt feuert der Intellektuelle seine Breitseiten gegen die Auswüchse von zunehmender Sprachkritik und ermüdender PC-Madness, allerdings etwas abgemildert, vielleicht auch in meiner Erinnerung, und weniger scharfzüngig als zuvor. Die Kapitel sind wieder wunderbar in ihrer Klarheit, kalt in ihrer Argumentation und gestochen scharf im Stil. Ich kann mir gut vorstellen, wie der Autor, trotz seiner Krankheitsphase, um jeden Satz und jede Formulierung mit sich und seinen Schatten gerungen hat.

Wie soll man sich durch das Chaos der Moderne navigieren? Peterson geht tautologisch vor und bewegt sich vom Großen aufs Kleine. “Junge, kehr vor deiner eigenen Haustüre, räum dein Zimmer auf!” Ratschläge zum richtigen Führen einer Beziehung (Ratschlag X Honesty and Trust) tauchen ebenso auf wie Berichte aus dem Klinikalltag und dazwischen versteht Peterson es eine Mythengeschichte einzuflechten. Chaos ist laut Peterson nicht per se schlecht, da auf der anderen Seite der fiese Zwillingsbruder namens “Ordnung” lauert. Mit zu viel Struktur und Ordnung droht uns Stagnation. Echte Bildung funktioniert dabei weder über die reflexhafte Aneignung von Altem oder Neuem. Wie der Titel schon verrät, schlägt Peterson einen Mittelweg vor zwischen “Chaos” und “Ordnung”. Die Kernbotschaft lautet heruntergebrochen, dass wir einerseits die Tradition kennen und Sinnvolles bewahren müssen, uns andererseits aber auch ins Neue, Unbekannte wagen sollen. Dieses bemerkenswerte Buch endet, dann mit einem bemerkenswerten XII. Ratschlag: “Be grateful in spite of your suffering”. Selbst wenn wir
uns am Boden der sozialen Hierarchie befinden, sollen wir Demut und Dankbarkeit empfinden, dass es Menschen mit größerer Ausstrahlung und Expertise gibt, welche für uns Probleme lösen. Keine einfache Übung, wie der Meister selbst gesteht, aber die Hinwendung zum Religiösen hätte ich so nicht erwartet. Zusammen mit seinem Vorgänger bildet “Beyond Order” somit eine grandiose Einheit, ein hellsichtiges Manifest, das Petersons liberale und konservative Ansichten vereinigt, wider der grassierenden Unvernunft. Grandioses Comeback!”

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