This Month’s Recommended Titles on Love and Relationships

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]eside its commercial tradition of exchanging gifts, the origins of Valentine’s Day date back to the Roman holiday Lupercalia and it has been celebrated in many cultures around the world since the 5th century when it started as a liturgical celebration of one or more early Christian saints named Valentinus. Some of Valentine’s Day traditional practices are lost and now became folklore. For example in Great Britain women used to pin four bay leaves to the corners of their pillow and eat eggs, with salt replacing the removed yokes. They believed they would then dream of their future husbands. Also, women used to write their lover’s names on paper and put them on clay balls which they would drop into the water, choosing their future husband in relation to the paper that came up first. {source}. We selected few books on the chemistry of love, science and the secrets of finding satisfying relationships. Here’s a quick look at each of them.

Untitled-1Orli Lysen offers a six-step solution and advice that works to help you discover the best times in your life to meet your perfect partner, along with details of where you’ll meet him or her, and what he or she will be like. If you’ve always gone for the same kind of lover and ended up with the same kind of heartache, now is your chance to try a different approach. When Will You Find Love? gives you all the tools you need and a checklist to be in the right place at the right time to meet Mr or Ms Right.

Orli Lysen
When will you find love? Your Astrological Guide to When, Where and Who You’ll Love
John Hunt Publishing


The Chemistry Between UsHow does love begin? How can a man say he loves his wife, yet still cheat on her? Why do we stay in relationships even after the romance fades? How is it possible to fall in love with the “wrong” person?
Physical attraction, jealousy, infidelity are now being demystified by today’s social neuroscience. One of the world’s leading experts in the field teams up with a journalist to explain how those findings apply to you and boldly attempt to create a “grand unified theory” of love.

Larry Young, Brian Alexander 
The Chemistry Between Us: Love, Sex, and the Science of Attraction
Current Trade; Reprint edition


The Laws of Love

Great relationships are the result of knowing the right steps to take. This book shows you how to work with 14 powerful Laws of Love to create the relationship of your dreams. These laws are time-tested principles that have brought happiness and satisfying relationships to those who have followed them. Learn how to create Safe Space, who is attracted to you and why, the purpose behind your partnership, the power of your beliefs, how to heal unhealthy patterns from the past, and much more.

Chris Prentiss
The Laws of Love: Creating the Relationship of Your Dreams
Power Press



Whether you are seeking someone new or transforming an existing relationship, Beyond Soul Mates will show you how to love with the truest, most enlightened part of yourself. Because of the cycle of karma, soul-mate relationships are often fraught with predictable problems. But true-mate relationships engage our higher selves, inviting us to manifest and express our sacredness. Only when you connect your true self with the true self of another will your longing for intimacy and union be fully satisfied.

Cyndi Dale 
Beyond soul mates:Open Yourself to Higher Love through the Energy of Attraction
Llewellyn Publications,U.S.


A Little Book of Love

Love is far more than merely an emotion we feel toward our partners, families, and friends; it is a way of being awake in the world, of living beyond the ego. Moh Hardin offers key insights and practices from the Buddhist tradition for awakening, deepening, and expanding love in our lives, starting with ourselves, then moving outward to our partners and children, and ultimately reaching even strangers, perceived enemies, and all living beings.

Moh Hardin 
A Little Book of Love: Buddhist Wisdom on Bringing Happiness to Ourselves and Our World
Shambhala Publications

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