Synopses & Reviews
In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Henry Grayson shares his breakthrough techniques for creating deeper and more lasting connections with our loved ones.
Henry Grayson, a psychologist, relationship counselor, psychoanalyst, and former minister who has been working with couples and individuals to improve their relationships for over thirty years, has found that most people are actually more unhappy after marriage counseling or couples therapy. In Mindful Loving he sets aside the traditional methods of therapy to show you how to look at your relationships from a completely different perspective. By getting to the root of our relationship problems, which stem from our thoughts and beliefs and mistaken ideas about our own identities, Grayson creates a whole new framework—one where psychology, spirituality, and science meet—in which to view intimacy.
Grayson has integrated psychology, spirituality, and the new physics into concrete theory and practice that sheds light on how couples make themselves miserable and how, by transforming their thoughts, they can achieve mutual joy. I highly recommend it. (Harville Hendrix, Ph. D., author of Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples) Graysons book will help you tap into your deepest capacity to love in the soul stretching initiation of intimate relationships. Dr. Henry Grayson is a trusted teacher with high integrity. (Judith Orloff, M.D. Author of Intuitive Healing and Second Sight) Mindful Loving is a powerfully insightful book on relationships that will bring new understanding to those who face relationship problems. (Gerald G. Jampolsky, author of Forgiveness: The Greatest Healer of All and Love is Letting Go of Fear)
About the Author
Dr. Henry Grayson is a preeminent psychologist who has spent more than two decades exploring the connections between psychology, physics, and the worlds spiritual traditions. The coauthor of three professional works and the bestselling Sounds True audio teaching series on which Mindful Loving is based, he founded and directed the National Institute for Psychotherapies in New York City, and its Center for Spirituality and Psychotherapy. Frequently invited to speak at churches, hospitals, libraries, and professional conferences, he conducts workshops both in America and abroad.