Servet Hasan believes there's a missing element in today's romantic relationships: spiritual wisdom. Whether you're searching for a partner or sustaining a long-term flame, the key to finding happiness, she says, is following your own deep inner knowing. In this book, Servet helps you reinvent your understanding of intimate relationships, find your ideal partner, and create a healthy, enduring, and deeply spiritual bond with the one you love.
This inspiring guide to the ever-evolving world of love and relationships offers fresh, practical advice. Through soul-centered meditations and exercises, you'll develop your natural intuitive gifts and use them to ground yourself, strengthen your values, and find love on your own timeline.
—Break free of fears and repressed beliefs —Attain greater self-understanding —Discover how to make sex more meaningful —Create a deeper connection with your partner
Praise: "This is a must-read for anyone seeking a deeper look into love and romance. Using Servet's right-on guide, anyone can have the relationships of their dreams and bring freshness and passion into their current love life."—Terry Cole-Whittaker, bestselling author of What You Think of Me Is None of My Business
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