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In A Return to Love, Marianne Williamson shares her insights into how the practical application of love every day can provide an answer to the problems that confront us, whether these are in our relationships, our careers or our health. This newly updated, best-selling guide reveals how we each can take a spiritual. psychological and emotional journey back to the true inner peace with which we were born, and shows how by practising love we can make our lives more peaceful, loving and fulfilling.
Marianne Lectures internationally in the fields of spirituality and metaphysics. Seen as a guru by many of the biggest names in showbusiness, she also works extensively for non-profit making charitable organisations, in particular those that help people with life-challenging illnesses. 'A Return to Love' offers readers the chance to experience the uplifting and empowering teachings which characterise her personal appearances.
‘Marianne Williamson displays in her writing the power and wit that she displays as a speaker. Her honest accounts of different periods in her life will motivate readers for a long time to come. 'A Return to Love' makes for very powerful reading.’
LOUISE L. HAY, author of 'You Can Heal Your Life 'and 'The Power Within You'
‘Marianne Williamson’s book is a classic. She reveals, with elegant simplicity, that love is not a mere sentiment or emotion, but the ultimate truth at the heart of creation.’
DEEPAK CHOPRA, author of ' The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success' and 'Creating Health'
About the Author
Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed author and lecturer. She has published eight books, four of which (including A Return to Love and Everyday Grace) have been #1 New York Times bestsellers. Marianne has lectured professionally around the world since 1983, and has been a popular guest on numerous television programmes such as Oprah, Larry King Live and Good Morning America. Her work focuses on spirituality and the process of bringing spiritual themes ‘down to earth’.