Eastern philosophy teaches us that change is inevitable, and yet suffering is not. In her insightful new book, Closure, Lissa Coffey shows us how to learn and grow as we move through the evolution of our relationships. Highly recommended.

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“It is the sweet, simple things of life which are the real ones after all.”
-Laura Ingalls Wilder (1917)

What’s real? Schedules, deadlines, hassles, arguments, conflicts, “fine print,” details? Those things sure command our attention – but are they real? Or do they take us away from what is really real? Where is the love? Put your attention there. Ahhhh, that’s better!
-Lissa Coffey

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Closure and the Law of Relationship, Endings as New Beginnings

Closure and the Law of Relationships: Endings as New Beginnings

Relationships do not really end - they only become redefined. And no matter what experiences we have, they all afford us opportunities for growth and great Self-realization.

Through the myriad forms of relationships we experience over the course of a lifetime, we have the opportunity to learn about ourselves—to see how each relationship, no matter how challenging or difficult or joyful, causes us to change, to grow, and even to discover unknown inner strengths. In Closure and the Law of Relationship: Endings as New Beginnings, lifestyle and relationship expert Lissa Coffey show us how the Law of Relationship works to our benefit to help us improve our lives.

– “The universe teaches us that relationships don’t end,” Coffey says. “We remain connected to the people in our lives through our memories and shared experiences. Coming to terms with the changes in our relationships is what will bring us closure.” With real-life examples, Transformation Applications, and Wisdom Affirmations throughout, Coffey has created a practical, spiritual guide that offers a five-step process to help us achieve a sought-for peace of mind and greater Self-realization. READ MORE

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