Love For No Reason
7 Steps to Creating a Life of Unconditional Love
Like her New York Times bestselling book Happy for No Reason, this compelling and life-changing book draws on cutting-edge scientific research, ancient, time-tested wisdom from cultures across the globe, interviews with 150 experts (Love Luminaries), and practical, proven tools and techniques. Love for No Reason provides a revolutionary 7-step program that will open your heart, make you a magnet for love, and transform your life.
You’ll learn how to:
- Open your heart fully and experience a profound and lasting love from the inside rather than needing to get it from the outside
- Bring more love to your family, friends, community and the world without overgiving and burning out
- Feel unconditional love for yourself and stop beating yourself up, criticizing and condemning yourself.
- Turn off your body’s stress response and activate the physiology of love to improve your health and well-being.
- Make your romantic relationships more fulfilling.
- Experience more success and satisfaction at work.
- Respond with love even to the things that you find most challenging in your life.
- Break through the boundaries that block love’s flow—including past negative experiences, limiting beliefs about love, judgments and self-doubt.
- Connect to that state of unconditional love inside that will make you naturally more loving and draw more love into your life.
This is love at its highest and best – it’s what people want most deeply and it’s what the world needs most urgently. Whatever your experience of love is right now—whether you’re in pain or feeling great—you can learn to love at a higher level starting today!
Read an Excerpt
An Invitation to
When one has once fully entered the realm of love, the world—
no matter how imperfect—becomes rich and beautiful;
it consists solely of opportunities for love.
—Søren Kierkegaard, nineteenth-century philosopher
In medieval Japan, the fierce samurai warriors were revered as kings. They carried large swords and were highly skilled at using them.
One day, a famous samurai set out to find an aged monk who was known to be very wise. When he arrived at the monastery, he flung open the door and demanded of the old man, “Tell me, you are... see more