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SpiritSite.com is pleased to offer excerpts from the following books. You may click on a book's cover to begin, or on the links below:
Selections from Charlotte Kasl's If the Buddha Dated:
Selections from Finding Joy:
Selections from If the Buddha Married:
Selections from A Home for the Heart:
Charlotte Kasl, Ph.D., a practicing therapist and nationally recognized workshop leader for more than 20 years, has had lifelong connections to feminism, Buddhism, Quaker practice, and Reiki healing. The author of several books including Finding Joy, she lives in Lolo, Montana
If the Buddha Dated
Drawing from Christian, Buddhist, Sufi and other spiritual tradition, Charlotte Kasl's If the Buddha Dated (review or buy), is at once practical, playful, and spiritually sound. Charlotte Kasl, a practicing psychotherapist, workshop leader, and Reiki healer offers practical wisdom on using the path to love as a means of awakening. If the Buddha Dated teaches that when you stay loyal to your spiritual journey, you can bring compassion and a light heart to the dating process.
In Finding Joy (review or buy), Charlotte Kasl combines spiritual insight with pragmatic guidance. Finding Joy is a lighthearted yet practical handbook which offers insight into living a more balanced, richer life. Ms. Kasl is a therapist with a background in Buddhism and the Quaker path. Her other books include the bestselling If the Buddha Dated and If the Buddha Married.
If the Buddha Married
In If the Buddha Married (review or buy), Charlotte Kasl offers highly practical, spiritually sound guidance. In her book, Ms. Kasl inspires us to create fulfilling and vibrant relationships through a commitment to awareness and truth. Combining key teachings of Buddhism with elements of psychology, If the Buddha Married becomes a wise and trusted guide through the joys and thickets of healthy relationships.
In A Home for the Heart (review or buy), Charlotte Kasl points out that many of us long for love and intimate relationships. We want to share close friendships and feel connected to spiritual or social action groups. A Home for the Heart is a clear, affirming book that helps us learn how to relate to others in ways that are appropriate, honest, and nurturing.