Practical, playful and spiritually sound, Zen and the Art of Falling in Love draws upon a range of spiritual traditions - from Christianity to Buddhism - to reveal how we can forge lasting, meaningful relationships while remaining true to ourselves.
Charlotte Kasl PhD is a psychologist, healer and the author of six previous books. She lectures and conducts workshops internationally and maintains a private practice in Montana. Her books have been translated into a number of languages and receives excellent reviews. Dr. Kasl writes with clarity, warmth and immediacy that allows her to connect with a wide range of people. She has written numerous articles and has appeared on over 200 radio and television programmes in the US. She has also taught a wide variety of workshops and gives talks on relationships, addiction, sexuality, spirituality, community, healing from incest and abuse, casting out internalized oppression, preventing burn out, quantum healing, empowerment, and finding joy.
"'It can help the practitioner discover the emotional and spiritual wellness traditionally associated with yoga'" U Mag "'This compassionate, insightful book takes a much deeper look at love and romance...Charlotte Kasl beautifully weaves Eastern philosophy into modern day relationships. I'm inspired!'" -- Janet Luhrs, Author Of The Simple Living Guide "'A spiritual approach to romance, this is practical and playful and draws on a number of belief systems to reveal the answers to a lasting partnership.'" Glamour "'a practical guide, drawing upon a range of spiritual traditions .. offering help to men and women of any age of faith looking for a vibrant relationship whil remaining true to themselves.'" Hello "'Practical, playful and spiritually sound ... A relationship book with a difference and the ultimate guide for creating love in your life.' " -- Emotional Yoga