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Description: From the Introduction by Robert Sardello:'Spiritual psychology is an active practice. It develops embodied, conscious soul life to make that life open and receptive to the spiritual realms. This is done as an act of loving ourselves, others, and the world.'Psychology, I want to claim, is more than the study of the human soul. It is not possible to make such a study without the student undergoing i...
Description: In Swoon, Connecticut, seventeen-year-old Dice's life is returning to normal after Sinclair stole her heart and disappeared, but when her best friend's boyfriend goes missing Dice finds that Sinclair and an old promise are involved and she must, reluctantly, use her special abilities again.
Description: A seven-step program for enabling a lasting, love-based relationship draws on such practices as meditation, twelve-step recovery, and psychotherapy to help readers overcome negative patterns and becoming more open to change. Reprint.
Description: Pon alegría y romanticismo en tu matrimonio. Demuestra a tus hijos lo mucho que significan para ti. Exprésale a tu amigo lo mucho que lo aprecias con 52 maneras de decir «Te amo».
Description: Love Lives Here is a collection of stories that include the ways Maria and her husband, Bob, navigated family their way, without clear instructions or a road map. It’s about what they learned to make their lives meaningful and whimsical and how they created a space for their family to grow together while they reached outward.
Description: Explains that relationship advice books discourage the sense of wonder that makes falling in love special and that avoiding heartbreak should not be a goal because out of pain comes growth and wisdom.
Description: The journey of the mystic is to retrace the circle of love within the heart and so experience the oneness that is hidden within us.
Description: Debunking Freudian theory, the authors of this groundbreaking analysis of the biological underpinnings of love offer a new paradigm for understanding the human "heart", redefining family ties, community, and romance in the process. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.