Guy Finley is a master at unlocking human potential. He has changed millions of lives with his self-realization books, audio recordings, and seminars. In the third installment of his Secrets of Being Unstoppable program, Finley explores what it means to be an "apprentice of the heart". He blends stories and abstract concepts to unravel the true nature of love.
Each of these discrete episodes builds toward strengthening people and making them unstoppable, whether that is in their relationships or at their desks. Through teaching at his non-profit Life of Learning Foundation and elsewhere, Finley has made a career out of spreading enlightenment.
The world would have us believe the surface aspects of a relationship are its true value: companionship, conversation, intellectual stimulation, sex, and shared interests. But nothing could be further from the truth. And it's this simple misunderstanding that keeps us from learning the great lesson that love is trying to teach us: The simple act of loving is life's greatest reward.
We've all felt the amazing sense of contentment during those moments in our lives filled with true love. But, all too often, we've also watched our relationships become boring, difficult, and distant. Relationships are not supposed to be boring, difficult, or distant. We are meant to have a continual relationship with a love that never leaves our side. Love is not supposed to be a roller-coaster ride, up one minute and down the next.
But to reap the wondrous rewards that love has to offer, a change needs to take place in us - one that begins with a new understanding of the way love works. Instead of trying to change the people we relate to, we need to change the way we relate to them. You'll find this extraordinary new understanding in Secrets of Happier, Higher Human Relationships. If you listen to it with an open heart, your relationships will never again be the same.
©2004 Guy Finley; (P)2004 Life of Learning Foundation
"Guy Finley's books are essential guides for positive living and achieving your maximum potential." (Suzanne Somers)
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