One Soul, One Love, One Heart: The Sacred Path to Healing All Relationships

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New World Library, Oct 4, 2010 - Self-Help - 280 pages
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How do we heal our difficult relationships and nurture our healthy ones? What is their significance in our spiritual life? In this deeply moving, groundbreaking book, John E. Welshons answers these questions and many more. He shows why the path to real and lasting happiness lies in recognizing that we are all One, and in living in that awareness. He shows us how to heal our most difficult relationships by transforming them into our greatest spiritual lessons and how to love, forgive, and care for our fellow human beings — even those we find most difficult to love and forgive. With compassion and wisdom, Welshons invites us into a revolutionary new understanding of ourselves, our spiritual life, our world, and all our relationships.

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John E. Welshons (“Ramananda”) is a highly respected contemporary spiritual teacher who leads workshops and meditation retreats across North America. He is a gifted counselor and inspiring lecturer who for nearly forty years has been helping people heal through the difficult — often unexpected — changes that life offers He has been a practitioner of vipassana (mindfulness) meditation and various forms of yoga since 1969, and is the author of three critically acclaimed books — One Soul, One Love, One Heart (Silver winner of the 2010 Nautilus Book Award), as well as Awakening from Grief and When Prayers Aren’t Answered. He has worked extensively with Ram Dass and Stephen Levine, and trained with Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in comparative religions from the University of South Florida, and a master of arts degree in history of religions from Florida State University. He has traveled extensively in India, and is one of our culture’s most respected authorities on how to use life’s challenges as fuel for our spiritual journey. His website is

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