Falling in love is a thrilling, transcendent experience, but what about staying in love? Once the intense excitement of a new relationship starts to fade, you may think your only options are to somehow recapture that early magic or settle for a less-than-fulfilling love life. Now love, sex, and relationship expert Laura Berman, PhD, taps the latest scientific and metaphysical research to offer an inspiring alternative: a higher level of love beckoning you to move forward, not backward. Using the essential truth we've learned from the study of quantum physics - the fact that at our molecular core, each of us is simply a vessel of energy - Dr. Berman explains how you can use what's happening in your inner world to create a level of passion, connection, and bliss in your relationship that you've never imagined possible.
Drawing on her clinical practice and case studies as well as her personal journey, she guides you to:
Quantum Love is the best possible experience of love, and it's available to absolutely everyone, whether you're seeking a mate, in a relationship that's struggling, or just finding that love has turned lackluster through the stresses of life. You can't go back to the honeymoon phase, but there is something so much better within your reach. Quantum Love lets you reach new heights of intimacy as you gain a fuller sense of purpose in life and love.
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NOOOO!!!! in order to work the book one needs the resources the author talks about through out the book. Charts, figures and appendix are not available in the web site as it is mentioned repetitively through out the audio. Very disappointing!
I will return this audio as it is not good without the resources Dr. Laura talks about.
"Perhaps best to buy the paper or Kindle version"
I am interested to hear the contents of the book but, I am really sorry to say this, I find the narration impossible to listen to. It is harsh and 'shouty'. As a Brit, it is also tricky to tune into the pronunciation of some of the words, such as "Gad" (God), "baddies" (bodies) and "kwannum" (quantum).
I don't mean to offend Laura Berman at all, as I am sure the contents of the book are very useful, but it would have been nicer to listen to a gentler voice.
It might be helpful to listen to an except first before buying, and perhaps consider the paper version instead. I have not done this yet, so my three stars for the story is because the topic is interesting.
No, sorry. I would be keen to listen if it was narrated in a gentler tone.
I'm afraid I can't comment on this as I could not listen to more than a couple of chapters.
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