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The lover you have been missing
Towards healthy relationships
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The Lover you have been missing' is one of its kind, a book that talks of the essence of love. Until now we have found love to be referred to in personal aspects or as an image or person. The author has vividly talked of the love that is universal, beyond persons and images―the love that is your true nature, that once tasted, becomes one with you. He retorts how love has been brought down to a 'rotten' definition by us. He talks of an immersion in love that brings courage and completeness with it. He shatters all the misconceptions and conceptions around love, beautifully elucidating how men and women stand at two ends of duality. The author, sensationally, breaks all images associated with love and brings you to love in its truest form.
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1. The difference between love and attraction 2. Why do we say that we 'fall' in love? What is 'eternity' of love? 3. Ignorance, fear, or love? Three levels of relationship. 4. A relationship born out of loneliness will cause suffering to you and other 5. Don't let love turn into a relationship 6. To relate in love is to relate free of experience
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