Loveability: Knowing How To Love And Be Loved
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As inventor of The WaterSlyde — a patented aquatic stimulator, feminine hygiene product — Maureen knows a thing or two about owning your sexual power, and believes that all women deserve to feel confident and comfortable in the most intimate of moments. Through her work as a subject matter expert, intimacy coach and international keynote speaker, Maureen’s mission is to remove the stigma around sexual health and personal hygiene, empowering women of all ages to own their unique beauty and expressions of self-love. We all get busy, chasing our career, paying the mortgage, doing the school run. It's hard not to get distracted and lost in the daily blur of our lives. Life can be a full-time preoccupation. But when we come to our senses, which we inevitably do, we know that love is our greatest happiness and also the real work of our lives. In short, life is all about love, and even when it isn't, it still is really," states Robert Holden in Loveability.
Loveability is my meditation on how to love and be loved. The heart of this project is a series of public workshops (see below) that explore the art and science of true love. I’ve authored two books on the theme of love: Loveability (Hay House 2013), and Life Loves You, co-written with Louise Hay (Hay House 2015). I’ve also published articles on loveability with The Daily Love, Oprah.com, and HealYourLife.comIn 2009, I gave the opening keynote at the I.E.A. annual conference. What a great privilege. I was already teaching programs on leadership and the Enneagram, and now this gave me the impetus to teach public workshops like Love & The Enneagram, Happiness & The Enneagram and Coaching & The Enneagram. Shift Happens! Radio Show
I first met Deepak Chopra in 1997, when we shared a platform together in Dublin. Deepak’s book The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success has been a big inspiration for me. He showed me that success can be spiritual and not just ego-based. As a tribute and thank-you to Deepak for his great book, I present to you The Seven Spiritual Lessons of Success.Go. Go. Go. I can't say it enough times! This program will be a change in your life. And your life will never be the same. Robert is full of love, and he is a phenomenal teacher in love. I am a devoted Robert Holden fan and have fallen madly, deeply for his new book! It teaches us the most important thing we can do— give and receive love. Robert will help you open your eyes so you can open your heart and create a life full of joy and love. Everyone—and I do mean everyone—should read this life-uplifting book.” Those that go searching for love only make manifest their own lovelessness, and the loveless never find love, only the loving find love, and they never have to seek for it. D. H. Lawrence1”
I am in awe of Robert Holden’s ability to translate the wisdom of love in such simple and relatable terms. Loveabilityis a masterpiece of the heart and a must read for anyone seeking to be inspired to live a love-based life.” The Global Liveability Index quantifies the challenges presented to an individual’s lifestyle and quality of life in 173 cities. In 2022, relaxed covid-19 restrictions in some parts of the world led to big shifts across liveability scores, with one city claiming top place again as the most liveable city in the world. Browse all industries Our insightful solutions enable our clients to understand the world today and to be prepared for the changes of tomorrowAn OB-GYN since 1999 and the co-creator of Tribe Called V, an online women’s health platform, Dr. Shieva Ghofrany strives to help people eliminate their health and wellness fears. As someone who has endured her fair share of health-related challenges, Shieva harnesses her personal and professional experiences to calmly guide women in their quest to better understand their bodies. Professionals we work with Invest with conviction, plan future strategy and mitigate risks with our independent macroeconomic and geopolitical insights—empowering a range of teams across global industries. I like to think of the word love as a door. If you only look at the door, all you get is an idea about what love is; but if you are willing to move closer to the door, to open it, and to walk on through, you get to have an experience of what love is. To be intimate with love, you have to move beyond words, leave behind self-concepts, empty your mind of learned ideas, stop being so religious, and let yourself dissolve into love. Now we are really getting somewhere. Now, at last, we can stop trying to define love, and we can let”