In this groundbreaking audiobook, Donna Eden and David Feinstein (authors of Energy Medicine and Energy Medicine for Women) draw on the real-life experiences of couples who have attended their popular "Energies of Love" workshops, as well as their own relationship as husband and wife, to show how an understanding of your energy system and that of your partner can help you build a more harmonious and loving bond. A relationship begins with the meeting of two very different energies. This union of energies determines the ways in which you communicate, fight, love, and want to be loved. You cannot make your partner think like you or want what you want. But Energies of Love illustrates how these differences can be the foundation of a rich partnership and maintain the spark that keeps a relationship exciting.
©2014 Donna Eden and David Feinstein (P)2014 Recorded Books
If only I could have read and listened to this work in 1963, I could have been happy in my 1st marriage and saved it unto this day. I understand today why my current marriage has lasted almost 18 years and why I am happy with my beloved husband today.
I'm a Finn living in the U.S.
Yes. This goes onto the list of Significant Books that I have read/listened to. I will listen to this again, and this should be required reading for everybody before they enter their first relationship. If you have been through many already, it's not too late.. I just think much strife would be averted if people had this knowledge before they entet their first intimate relationship – I certainly would have (but would I have been similarly receptive to it at a younger age, with less life experience, I don't know).
I don't know. There have been many other good books, but this was so well written that I can't really compare this to any other I would have read.
Fits perfectly. I've noticed that when the reader is really good, I come to associate him/her as the author of the book. This is, of course, often not the case, but it does mean that the reader gives the book and its author a very real voice.
Yes, I would have, except it was very long, so I listened to it over couple of weeks. It also seemed that listening to it in segments was beneficial as I often reflected on what I had heard before moving on to the next part.
Listen to it, you won't regret it! :-)
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