Have you loved and lost? When we fail too much - to be understood or to be appreciated, to get what we need or to achieve what we want - there comes a moment when we give up. And in that moment, we lose more than love. We lose part of ourselves, part of our vitality and part of our power. Imagine love unrestrained by frustration or failure...for people, passions, and project held dear.
In Celebrating Love, acclaimed "relationship-angel" Alison Armstrong scouts the thorny woods of loss and resignation and leads us back to the experience and full expression of love. With her trademark warmth, wit, and wisdom Alison will reconnect you with the true source of your power and potency in every area of life. Join the audience in this once-in-a-lifetime event, punctuated with real-time surprises!
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I have had this idea for so long that we need to experience hope in order to keep moving forward in our lives and that when hope is lost we stop living. I didn't know why. This short audiobook gave he the why and how I can start bringing hope back into my life and how to start creating great thing once more. I love all of Alison's books so much they have given me so much insight into what drives me and the ones I love. If you want to understand why we do the things we do then read her books.
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a complete waste of time, and money. A sales pitch designed to on sell you into her other work. I'll be asking for a refund.
I love Alison Armstrong's perspective and have enjoyed several of her books and seminars. This one has a couple good points but it is over too quickly considering the cost.
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While I love what Alison is teaching and have learned a great deal from her three books, I felt that this particular recording lacked content and I basically paid $10 for an advertisement of her PAX workshops.
Had some great takeaways but this was a topic I felt could have been elaborated on. Still worth the listen but I wanted a little more from it.
Liked it . It's a nice recap of the information in her other books not a lot of new information though. Still worth the read as always.
informative and entertaining, touching my soul and giving me hope for my partnership skills to bloom and flourish