Are You Longing for Your Soul Mate but Aren't Sure How to Attract the Right Romantic Relationship into Your Life?
Or perhaps you're already in a relationship—even a long-term one—but you secretly wonder if there might be someone out there with whom you'd be better suited? Cinderella, don't give up on the prince!
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Drawing from personal experience as well as insight from a wide array of experts, Randy Siegel shows singles how to:
• Debunk the myths around "The One" and stop savior seeking.
• Examine the intellectual, emotional, and spiritual components of longing for a romantic relationship.
• Convert longing into loving so that they can become their best self and live their best life.
• Attract a relationship so great that they could only imagine it until now.
In The Search for The One, Siegel explains that the true source of all longing is to be seen, heard, understood, and loved for all we are. By redirecting our focus on three psycho-spiritual paths — the evolution of the unconscious to the conscious self, the defended to the authentic self, and the higher to the divine self — we can find peace and grow personally while attracting a special kind of romantic relationship — a spiritual partnership — into our life.
The distance between longing and love is not as great as you might think.
About the Author
Randy Siegel believes that love and work give us the greatest potential for growth because that's where our inner challenges are most visible. Since 1998, Siegel has inspired thousands of professionals worldwide to "stand in their power by becoming the full expression of all they are" for such organization as the Recording Academy (The Grammy Awards), State Farm Insurance, and the American Alliance of Museums.
Siegel has written five books including Wake Up, Break Up, Move On: From Broken Heart to Open Heart: Prepare for the Partner You've Always Longed For. He's written articles for Balance Magazine, the Washington Post, and other publications and is frequently quoted by the media. Siegel, his partner, Don, and their dog, Loodle the Poodle, divide their time between Asheville, North Carolina and Saint Simons Island, Georgia.