A Course in Love: Powerful Teachings on Love, Sex, and Personal Fulfillment

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HarperSanFrancisco, 1996 - Self-Help - 221 pages
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Outlining the methods she has used so successfully in guiding others and herself toward their soulmates, Gattuso peels back the layers of relationship work in her uniquely straightforward, humorous manner, making her program easy to understand and to put into use immediately. The book is divided into three parts: a look at the current status of relationships; step-by-step instructions for taking a relationship from "hell to holy"; and finally, the big picture - what a holy, transformational relationship really looks like and how to keep it once you've created it. Throughout each part, Gattuso illustrates her lessons with lively personal stories from the countless individuals and couples she's worked with, including a chapter on soulmates telling their own tales of how they found each other.

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Marketed as an application of Marianne Williamson's A Course in Miracles (1975) to the realm of relationships, this book describes a "new path" where the reader will learn to know what it's like to ... Read full review


Introduction I
Holy or Hell?
Do You Love Me or My Body?

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Joan M. Gattuso is the minister of Unity of Greater Cleveland and leads workshops nationwide. She lives in a holy relationship with her husband, David Alexander, in Bratenahl, Ohio.

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