The Path to Love

The Path to Love

Renewing the Power of Spirit in your Life

Book - 1997
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Random House, Inc.
Join Deepak Chopra on a wondrous journey. . . "The Path to Love." Philosophical, inspiring, and ultimately very practical, The Path to Love is a book that can change lives as it invites the spirit to work its wonders on the most complex and richly rewarding terrain of all: the human heart.

Baker & Taylor
A guide to finding the true path to love explains how to bring depth, meaning, and spirituality to intimate relationships and every facet of daily life, describing a process of soulmaking that incorporates the diverse aspects of love from romance to maturity

Blackwell North Amer
Drawing on the Vedic texts of India and other great wisdom traditions, Dr. Chopra describes the seven stages of love, beginning and culminating in ecstasy. At each stage we hear stories like those of Clare, who only falls in love with unattainable men; of Frank and Della, whose eight-year-old marriage has become a battleground of distrust; and of Gail and Jarrett, who near retirement without understanding how they will fit together into their new lives. As we see these couples overcome their obstacles, and as we work through a series of specific exercises, we anchor these lessons in our own experience.

& Taylor

The inspirational New York Times best-seller by the author of Ageless Body, Timeless Mind outlines the seven stages of romance and shows how to overcome the self-defeating behaviors that prevent happiness at each stage. Reprint. 250,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Harmony Books, c1997
ISBN: 9780609801352
Characteristics: 338 p. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Path to love


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