8 Rules of Love: How to Find It, Keep It, and Let It Go Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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The author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Think Like a Monk offers a revelatory guide to every stage of romance, drawing on ancient wisdom and new science.
Nobody sits us down and teaches us how to love. So we’re often thrown into relationships with nothing but romance movies and pop culture to help us muddle through. Until now.
Instead of presenting love as an ethereal concept or a collection of cliches, Jay Shetty lays out specific, actionable steps to help you develop the skills to practice and nurture love better than ever before. He shares insights on how to win or lose together, how to define love, and why you don’t break in a break-up. Inspired by Vedic wisdom and modern science, he tackles the entire relationship cycle, from first dates to moving in together to breaking up and starting over. And he shows us how to avoid falling for false promises and unfulfilling partners.
By living Jay Shetty’s eight rules, we can all love ourselves, our partner, and the world better than we ever thought possible.
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 11 minutes|
|Audible.ca Release Date||January 31 2023|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Audio|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #9 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Reviewed in Canada on February 13, 2023
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Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on February 13, 2023
Jay Shetty puts the concepts of love in modern terms.
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It's weird to say this, but I love the structure, intention and what feels like emotional energy of this book. Starting with "Solitude" and moving through Compatibility, Healing, and Connection reminds us that love evolves and changes throughout our lives, to this day. I love the 8 Rules:
1. Let Yourself Be Alone
2. Don't Ignore Your Karma
3. Define Love Before You Think It, Feel It, or Say It
4. Your Partner is Your Guru
5. Purpose Comes First
6. Win or Lose Together
7. You Don't Break in a Breakup
8. Love Again and Again
The section on Healing is especially powerful.
Each rule is actually profound when you read them, but Jay gives so many great examples you know how to be and what to DO and SAY in your real relationships after reading.
Like Jay's last book, this is practical but inspiring, elevated but relatable, hopeful but honest.
I know Jay personally as a friend and he put so much heart and soul into this book, you really FEEL it. His humility, brilliance, and mindful approach to living shows up here just as you'd want in such a deeply personal topic.
For those ready to reignite their relationships, this is for you.
Brendon Burchard, author The Motivation Manifesto
It's part information, part exploration, and part coaching manual. Love is the foundation of what we all seek. He relates both ancient wisdom and scientific research and brings the reader opportunity for personal growth and insights.
Whether single, married, partnered, or widowed, this book is for every person seeking deeper connections and more fulfilling relationships.
I recommend listening as there is some excellent mindful meditation he walks you through. However, I purchased both, and I am glad I did. I am now working through some steps to heal myself in my relationship with love, myself, and all my relationships.
Jay is on a mission to “Make wisdom go viral.” He believes wisdom is the fountain of positive strength, giving the courage to fight the darkness of selfish greed and ignorance and the power to choose love, compassion, and empathy.
I am glad to be a part of that mission, and you can be too, start here. You'll be happy you did.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 9, 2023