One sentence: All love is self-love and this book brings that message home.
This book is about love. That’s it really. The two authors talk about different aspects of it and show how many ancient wisdoms still apply just as much to our lives today. Not only did everything in this book make sense, but other sources also agree with them.
Letting go of fixed expectations, becoming comfortable with being single, why it is called falling and not strolling into love and how you do not need outside love to be whole.
Lodro’s Buddist perspective and Meggan’s long exploration of the divine feminine and the gospel of Mary Magdelene make both shape this work. This is not just a Cosmopolitan relationships column.
I have to say that this book made me cry more than once, not because it contained so many new truths, rather that it brought into focus things that I knew already.
To happiness, and beyond!