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Based on the Three Principles of Instantaneous Transformation, as outlined in Working on Yourself Doesn't Work and the award-winning How to Create a Magical Relationship, this new book moves relationships into a new and satisfying level, where couples realize that judgment, resentment, or blame can be overcome by simply living in the moment. Ridding oneself of the need to "change yourself" or others can be, and often is, a transformational moment leading to positive, powerful changes in one's relationships.
In Match Made in Heaven, you will meet ordinary, everyday people, in all walks of life, who face the same concerns and fears that we all face, especially the fear that they will not have a happy, committed relationship with another person. But as they start to grasp the meaning of the Three Principles of Instantaneous Transformation they begin to understand that if they just experience life from moment to moment, the obstacles and fears that surround them often disappear, leaving them to view their world in a fresh, vibrant, and exciting new way.
This unique book includes links to companion streaming videos and audios of the Kanes working with clients. These mini-sessions allow you to feel like you are right there having a direct experience of those "aha" moments when a person's life transforms in an instant.
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2012-10-01
- Reviewer: Staff
The Kanes are marriage experts. They've spent almost 30 years teaching people how to unlearn behavior patterns that damage themselves and their relationships. The couple focuses on how to get people to view their own behaviors with calm detachment and uncritical observation, leading them to a more compassionate view of themselves and their partners. The Kanes also stress how early relationships with parents influence future dating and note that both partners are fully responsible for the success of a relationship—as opposed to each partner being half responsible. These concepts will not be new ideas to readers, but they are presented in a clear, understandable, and even humorous form. And while most relationship-oriented self-help books cover similar ground, this one distinguishes itself from the pack. By focusing on actual people's stories, the Kanes illustrate how their advice works in action. The book includes links to audio-video sections that can be found online for readers curious to see the people whose stories are being told.