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Napra ReViewDrawing on her experiences as a practicing transpersonal psychologist, and as one adept at conversation with her own inner "guides," Dr. Miller addresses in a frank,high-spirited style the over-romanticized subject of soulmates. Leaving nothing to chance (sorry, kids), she thoroughly demystifies the search for true love.
From the base of her own foundations in A Course in Miracles, the author explains the importance (and suggests means) of contacting one's inner guide and of distinguishing between the voices of guide and ego. Despite her refreshingly practical skepticism of "fairy-tale romance," Miller is unflagging in her belief that there's someone out there for everyone. She addresses such issues as timing,readiness, divorce, and repartnering, in a voice that is gutsy, humorous, unabashed,and sincere. The strength of some of Miller's assertions may offend-or radically challenge-our assumptions about love and partnering, but when fairly weighed, her suggestions are right on the money for spiritual integrity and emotional health.