About the Author

Charlotte Sophia Kasl

Charlotte Sophia Kasl holds a doctorate in counseling psychology from Ohio University. She has appeared in over 200 radio and television shows. As a practicing therapist and nationally acclaimed workshop leader for more than twenty years, Dr. Kasl has helped hundreds of couples...

If the Buddha Were in Love

Charlotte Sophia Kasl

from Sounds True

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Have you ever dreamed of creating more passion and fulfillment in your relationships, without losing your spiritual life or sense of self in the process? According to clinical psychologist Charlotte Kasl, the keys to love that we're all looking for are the same ones that mystics and sages have used for centuries to open their hearts to the world around them.

Rich with insights from the Buddhist, Sufi, and Quaker traditions, If the Buddha Were in Love is a road map for anyone seeking to transform their relationships into the spiritual adventure of a lifetime. Join this bestselling author of If Buddha Married to explore a variety of practical insights and topics including:

  • The nine bonds of intimacy essential to every couple
  • The chemistry—and mystery—of sexual attraction
  • Lies we tell ourselves—how to get honest with yourself on the path of love
  • The fear of intimacy and other obstacles to true connection, and more

Enriched with many insights from Dr. Kasl's own professional practice, If the Buddha Were in Love is a welcome guide for everyone seeking to transform a relationship into a true spiritual partnership.

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Contents 1 Audio download (5 hours, 30 minutes)
Date Published March 01, 2001
ISBN-13 978-1-62203-011-8
Product Codes 0510w, w0510w, aw00510w

Customer Reviews

By Openmind
Date Added: Wednesday 30 July 2014
Excellent! This (along with mindfulness practice) would have saved my marriage.

You don't have to be a Buddhist to benefit from this fantastic series. This is about relationships and how we create our own chaos and pain (explained well by Buddhist principles) and ruin our relationships.

If you're ready to move past blaming your ex or looking to improve your current relationship, this is definitely worth a listen.
By lee
Date Added: Wednesday 22 May 2013
awesome series! everyone should listen to this wisdom

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