Soulmates: Following Inner Guidance to the Relationship of Your Dreams

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Carolyn Miller takes an in-depth look at a topic of perennial fascination. Sharing her own quest - and that of dozens of other couples - for a meant-to-be relationship, she uses true stories to illustrate what she means by "inner guidance." Contrary to popular belief, soulmate couples do not usually recognize each other at first glance. Miller shows how individuals who attract the ego are seldom the ones the soul deeply desires to be with, and soulmates are often people who look all wrong at that crucial first ...
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Carolyn Miller takes an in-depth look at a topic of perennial fascination. Sharing her own quest - and that of dozens of other couples - for a meant-to-be relationship, she uses true stories to illustrate what she means by "inner guidance." Contrary to popular belief, soulmate couples do not usually recognize each other at first glance. Miller shows how individuals who attract the ego are seldom the ones the soul deeply desires to be with, and soulmates are often people who look all wrong at that crucial first meeting.
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Drawing 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.

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Soulmates focuses on relationships and provides keys to understanding those lasting elements which separate 'soulmates' from others. Psychologist Miller gathers stories which illustrate the difference and shows how individuals may determine differences between relationships and soul-mate unions. An inviting account offering keys to deeper understanding.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780915811861
  • Publisher: Kramer, H. J., Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/28/2000
  • Pages: 252
  • Sales rank: 1,014,346
  • Product dimensions: 5.56 (w) x 8.62 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2004

    'Soulmates' may help you create a soulmate.

    'Soulmates' is made up of the kind of prose that writers dream of producing. Miller's words flow like honey, and her honesty, warmth, wisdom, and amazing willingness to tell the whole truth about her own search for a soulmate (and eventualy discovery -- or creation -- of a soulmate relationship) make this book a delight. Not only that, 'Soulmates' may actually serve as a helpful guide!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2000

    Soulmates: Following Inner Guidance to the Relationship of Your Dreams

    Soulmates is a fascinating and extremely well-written book that expresses profound universal truths about love relationships in a clear, simple, and concise manner. As an English teacher I appreciate its reader-friendliness and warm style. As a woman who for many years has sought love and romance, it opened my eyes to the way to finding a SOULmate rather than the succession of egomates I've been used to. Dr. Miller, a psychologist, shares the amazing stories of dozens of people from all walks of life who succeeded in finding their special someone. Her research reveals what these people did and why. Specific guidelines are presented at the end of each chapter so that you may do the same. Highly recommended to all seeking TRUE love after trying all the rest.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2000

    A Must Read for Those in Search of their Soul Mate

    Looking for Ms or Mr. Right? Coming out of a relationship and you don¿t want to make the same mistakes ¿ again? Dr. Carolyn Godschild Miller¿s new book ¿Soulmates¿ is a must read for the summer or any season. This thoroughly modern book guides the reader to a level of self-understanding that enables clear thinking and a rational choice in what is perhaps life¿s most important decision. Though erudite, ¿soulmates¿ is not a scholarly treatise on love. ¿Soulmates¿ deals with the rational issues of choosing a mate but it deals also with the spiritual and emotional context of human dynamics and needs. For those who see our present life as part of a continuum, ¿Soulmates¿ provides a guide to learning about one¿s self in this context and moving to higher understandings of one¿s issues. These understandings permit true self-awareness and thus a path toward positive life choices that free one of the past mistakes and the baggage of earlier failed relationships. This is a book of real life experience. Dr. Miller is a clinical psychologist practicing in Los Angeles. She shares the insights of many years of practice and a full life of experience. Dr. Miller has helped others to a better understanding of themselves and their true needs. Her book is filled with a wisdom that provides invaluable assistance in life¿s most important quest. Grace Gerardi

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2000

    A Wonderful New Way to Real Love!

    In my 22 years of floundering about in relationships, including one divorce, I must have read nearly every popular book on relationships. They promised everything, but after each hopeful adventure, I wound up alone still longing for my true soulmate. What a surprise it was to me as an experienced romantic when I discovered that I really had no idea about how to go about finding one. In fact, I really didn¿t understand what a ¿soulmate¿ really was until I came across this wonderful book. Dr. Miller, a psychologist, presents a totally new view of love and soulmate relationships and how to find your own. She illustrates her very practical approach with numerous tales from her research and interviews over many years. What a relief to finally see what I have been doing wrong and to have clear guidelines on how to do it right. The best part is that I don¿t need to become anything more than I have already been all these years to make this work. I just have to know how to utilize what I¿ve always had. It all comes from within us, and this book tells us how to access it. I am thrilled with the changes that I have already made and my dating activities have shown marked benefits. I feel more certain of what I am doing, more insightful, and that sense of anxiety has been replaced with a calming peacefulness. I connect better and now know when to and when not to! For all of you yearning for soulmate love, I urge you to try this better way!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 29, 2000

    Soulmates

    What a wonderful, inspirational book! I'm giving copies to all my single friends.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2000

    How to find 'soulful' love!

    I was moved to read Soulmates simply on the merits of Carolyn Miller's Creating Miracles: Understanding the Experience of Divine Intervention. Soulmates did not let me down. This wonderful book, besides assisting you in understanding how to prepare yourself for a healthy, mature and unconditionally loving relationship, will teach you how to connect with your spiritual guides to receive information that comes from a higher perspective than your ego. Carolyn Miller adeptly shows us how moving beyond what we think we want (our ego's desires) to the soul level (our true self), is the key to finding a truly loving and fulfilling partnership. And she provides striking stories of couples which so clearly illustrate the things she teaches us. I have told my friends and coworkers about Soulmates and highly recommend it to anyone who wishes to find true love!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2014

    Cool

    But weird

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2014

    Violet

    AH CLIFFY!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2014

    &delta<_>oulmates :: 4

    [ I'm tryin!!! ]
    <p>
    &nbsp Daedi&#228 scrambled off of her bed so quickly she tumbled over the edge in a heap of twisting blankets. She cursed and threw the sheets off, stumbling to the door.
    <p>
    &nbsp Another scream ripped through the house, causing Daedi&228 to stub her toe on the doorframe. She yelped in pain and crashed into Wendria's bedroom door.
    <p>
    &nbsp It flung open, sending Daedi&#228 tumbling. She righted herself, breath ragged. She stared at Wendria and her soulmate, her face a battling mix of emotions.
    <p>
    &nbsp Wendria was pressed against the bed, the man looming over her. His right cheek-Daedi&#228 gasped-was smeared with black ink, the remains of a six-point star at the eye.
    <p>
    &nbsp They stared at each other for a moment; the man's hand drifted to his coat pocket, which he hadn't bothered to remove. Her heart stopped as he pulled a long black-hilted snaketooth-a curved dagger-from the pocket, brandishing it wickedly.
    <p>
    &nbsp He smiled cruelly, releasing Wendria's wrist and advancing on me, his eyes needy.
    <p>
    &nbsp Daedi&#228 and Wendria exchanged a fearful glance. A silent plan flashed between their eyes.
    <p>
    &nbsp Wendria gulped and let loose an ear-shattering scream, high and reedy. Th man twisted around, slashing wildly at her face, though all of the strikes missed; Wendria still veered back to avoid the strike, falling against a bedstand.
    <p>
    &nbsp Daedi&#228's hand grasped the post of a lamp or vase behind her on the dresser, bringing it around to crash into the side of the man's head as he turned back to face her.
    <p>
    &nbsp It was vase, as it shattered. The man crumpled to the floor, a red welt appearing on his temple, shards of pottery littering the floor.
    <p>
    &nbsp Footsteps sounded outside the room. Their parents' face peered in.
    <p>
    "Good heavens. . ." Their mother murmured.
    <p>
    "Girls, what on earth is going on. . . ? !" Their father stared intently at the man, who lay still on the ground.
    <p>
    [ See'ya next part! ~ NRM ]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2014

    Thorncut

    I saw.) Who do u pick.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2014

    Vex

    He spoke. His accent was mildly english, and his voice was quite throaty. "Please forgive me. I spoke only out of a jealous envy for your hand."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2014

    Vengence

    Woooooa. Preasure. Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Can i get back to ya on that? Theres anotherone named blackclaw and id like to meet ya all before i decide. Srry if that wasent the answer you were looking for....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2000

    Still Hope for the Lovelorn

    Soulmates is an interesting and enjoyable book to read. The author's theoretical knowledge of clinical psychology and her spiritual strength and understanding combine to elucidate many of the pitfalls that we all fall prey to in our pursuit of romantic love. Capturing another's heart, as we all long to do, requires knowing what you are doing, and the author supplies the reader with what appear to be the necessary tools. It is written in a lucid, witty and often amusing style that is succinct and fresh in its approach. It made me stop and realize that the sophisticated strategies that we have all employed are so often ultimately unsuccessful. This book offers help for and restores hope to the possibility of igniting the true flame of love.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2000

    Soulmates: Following Inner Guidance to the Relationship of Your Dreams

    Soulmates is a fascinating and extremely well-written book that expresses profound universal truths about love relationships in a clear, simple, and concise manner. As an English teacher I appreciate its reader-friendliness and warm style. As a woman who for many years has sought love and romance, it opened my eyes to the way to finding a SOULmate rather than the succession of egomates I've been used to. Dr. Miller, a psychologist, shares the amazing stories of dozens of people from all walks of life who succeeded in finding their special someone. Her research reveals what these people did and why. Specific guidelines are presented at the end of each chapter so that you may do the same. Highly recommended to all seeking TRUE love after trying all the rest.

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    Posted May 6, 2011

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    Posted June 21, 2011

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    Posted December 22, 2008

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