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Three of Marianne Williamson's previous bestsellers - A Return to Love, A Woman's Worth, and Illuminata - explored the issue of relationships. Now, in this deeply personal collection of essays, prayers, and self-reflection, she turns to romantic love. Enchanted Love envisions a way of being in love with another person and at peace and at one with God and with ourselves. It envisions a reinvention of romantic love as our newest spiritual frontier. In Illuminata Williamson wrote that "we experience God to the extent to which we love, forgive, and focus on the good in others and ourselves." Now, in Enchanted Love, she writes that "enchanted partnership begins with the conscious understanding, on the part of two people, that the purpose of their relationship is not so much material as spiritual, and the internal skills demanded by it are prodigious." High romance, she says, "is not about past or future. It is not about practicality. It is not about society or worldly routines. It is an audacious ride to the center of what is, at the heart of every person. It is a bold and masterful inquiry into what two people really are and how we might become, while still on earth, the angels who reside within us."

Filled with parables and references to classic myths and legends of love, Enchanted Love also contains some of Williamson's beautiful signature prayers to help listeners - single or coupled - meditate and awaken to the possibilities of romantic enchantment within themselves and with their partners. We can only experience what we are willing to acknowledge, Williamson writes, as she guides us on a sacred journey from our disenchanted worlds to a paradise on earth, where we and our loved ones can give and receive enchanted love.

© Marianne Williamson; (P) Simon and Schuster, Inc.

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  • Jes
  • Hobart, IN, United States
  • 02-14-15

A powerful look at relationships

The author points out something that I’ve thought about myself and that is why people who are masculine suppressed. I’ve seen little boys being punished for being masculine. Why? Yet, a little girl does the same thing she is praised. Why? Then I’ve seen where both sides are punished because it leads to inequality. We’ve lost our way here and people hate it privately, but embrace it publically. People enter into relationships and neither one of them knows their roles. I’m not saying that women are to stay at home and the man goes out. I’ve seen relationships fall apart around me all the time. All of my siblings have been married divorced at least twice and I looked at their relationships to learn why. We were raised in a family with one side being dominant (female) and no one learned to balance this out with the people in their lives. I’ve never been married, but when I look at my past relationships I see this. Now reading this book I can see the basic lessons that will help not only those in my family for relationships. I’ve also passed it on to a friend and sent it out to the family to read. If you’re relationship if failing try starting here for an answer.

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  • TROY, NEW YORK, United States
  • 01-16-12

Excellent..

What did you love best about Enchanted Love?

I appreciate her style..her words resonated with me..

Who was your favorite character and why?

She places herself as the main character...enlightening...

Which scene was your favorite?

which scene...maybe the one where her friend passed away and she heard from him in the after life..showing that life goes on..

What insight do you think you’ll apply from Enchanted Love?

I am able to feel and experience my own awareness into being a better person..

Any additional comments?

I recommend this book to women of all ages ..we can all find ourselves in the words of her book and maybe have an clearer understanding of oneself...a brillant author who has many books out there to experience..like a Woman's Worth...looking forward to reading her newest book..

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Truly amazing!

Absolutely beautiful, touching, and enlightening! I want everyone to hear this book. It will change you and transform you into an enchanted love !

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the soul grows with this book!

it is my favorite book from Marianne. Probably because gets so deep inside the soul that empowers it to fulfillment and to have hope for that enchanted love she describes so amazingly. Another treasure from her.

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  • 10-26-16

This book changed my life.

I was absolutely enchanted by the words and mysticism of Marianne Williamson. At a time when love is so discounted as a power, we need this book more than ever before. I implore you to open your heart and hear the words, the poetry, the magic of Williamson's story. And ready your heart for an enchanted journey you won't soon forget.

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  • Brenda Anderson
  • 03-09-18

Counters everything said in previous books

In the past we were encouraged to fall in love with life and be romantic with life. Now we are encouraged to accept any form of love. Love comes in many forms. People say they love you when all they want is to control you. How do you know the difference? Only if you love yourself enough to see
This is rubbish in my opinion