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A Buddhist Perspective on Love and Relationships with Susan Piver


Susan Piver

Relationships are hard, messy, and confusing, and they will never stabilize. Bummer, but there's a light at the end of the tunnel. Susan Piver is a meditation instructor, best-selling author and she shows us how to meet that instability with your partner and how to turn it into love. 

Susan took The Four Noble Truth, a Buddhist concept, and applied them to love and relationships. She's here to share how it made a large impact on her relationship and how you can start using these tools right away. 

What you'll learn abut The Four Noble Truths (or why you should care):

• The importance of cultivating inner kindness towards yourself and your partner

• What to do when you realize that your relationship will never stabilize 

• How to create a safe and welcoming container for your partner

• The Enneagram and how to use it to understand how your partner communicates

Where to find Susan Piver

Mentioned on the podcast:

Susan Piver's book, The Four Noble Truths of Love

Sam Harris' book, Lying

Marianne Williamson's' book, A Return to Love

The Wisdom of the Enneagram

The Open Heart Project

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