SANDEFJORD, Norway, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Do you feel there must be more to life? Are you afraid you'll never find your soulmate? In his new self-help book, "True Love: the meaning of life" (published by AuthorHouse - http://www.authorhouse.com), Bjorn Kaupang answers everything you've ever wondered about true love: what it is, what it isn't, and why it's so hard to find.
"You are now holding a complete step-by-step guide describing how to achieve true love, why this is important and how it will benefit you," Kaupang writes. "It also clarifies the true nature of your soul, what your ego is and demystifies some of the most common myths about love. By explaining the meaning of life in a simple, understandable language, 'True Love' is truly a valuable friend on your path toward happiness."
Illustrations by Grete Berg Stenmark are featured throughout,
emphasizing the artistic nature of Kaupang's insights, which have been
crafted through years of observation and reflection:
Over the last years, I have read quite a few books in different
categories, and I am dumbfounded that so few, if any, seem to have more
than a vague idea about what true love really is. Now I feel it is time to
fill in the missing details, and do my very best to pass on to you the
genuine nature of true love. In addition, of course, a number of related
issues will be addressed, to help complete the eternal puzzle of how to
find your True Love.
Kaupang breaks down his subject in more ways than might seem possible to the layman. (Do you know how water relates to true love? Did you know that love is the only true emotion, and most supposed emotions are just learned "reactions"?) Nearly 100 succinct essays are loaded with practical advice, touching on everything from "Masculinity and Femininity" to "Free Will" to "Soul Food" to "Sexual Energy" to "Alcohol."
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