ISBN: 978-0071601108 – Publisher: McGraw-Hill
What if you don’t need to “work on” your relationship in order to fix it? In How To Create a Magical Relationship, you will learn the 3 simple Principles of Transformation so you can create a relationship that surpasses your dreams and discover how to recognize and bypass the pitfalls to having a happy and satisfying relationship.
Ariel and Shya Kane are masters of transformation. Their unique and revolutionary approach has inspired individuals, couples and organizations across the globe. This book brings the wonders of their ‘Instantaneous Transformation’ technique to all forms of relationship. Married for more than 20 years, and relationship coaches for nearly two decades, the Kanes are expert guides who can help you relate with clarity and brilliance.
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2007 Nautilus Book Award: Winner, category of Relationships / Men & Women’s Issues. The Nautilus is a prestigious award that recognizes distinguished authors and titles in the areas of spiritual growth, global peace and creativity.
This thoughtful book is a profound journey into the world of relationships, both their pitfalls and their potential. It is filled with simple but powerful principles demonstrating how the foundations of a magical relationship can be created, and reminds us that relationships and the magic they contain are in constant movement—both are renewable resources that must be cared for and nurtured moment to moment.
2007 Eric Hoffer Award: Notable Winner, category of Health/Self-Help
The title may mislead you into thinking this is just a fluffy “how to” book about putting starry-eyed romance back into your relationship. It’s not. Married for over twenty years, Ariel and Shya Kane offer unique perspectives on how to see yourself, rather than focusing on your partner. Using personal examples and stories culled from their interactive workshops, they teach their method of Instantaneous Transformation from direct experience, with heart.
2007 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award: Finalist, categories of
Family and Relationships and Self-Help
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