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The Love Path-bookcover

By: Averill Nicole Richardson

The Love Path

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The Love Path presents a radical, new, and exciting theory about the evolution of human love consciousness.  The author postulates that The Love Path is one of four developmental routes that can assist us to become who we want to be.  The other routes are The Truth Path, The Peace Path, and The Warrior Path. While we can change direction at any time and experiment with different modes of being, those who choose to focus on the developmental tasks of The Love Path right to its completion become Masters of Love.  

The first part of the book outlines key concepts which form the building blocks to the author’s theory, and explains why modern love relationships have become increasingly complex.  

The second part of the book is a step-by-step practical overview of how love consciousness can grow through four maturational stages of human experience: 

1. Sensuality, 2. Sexuality, 3. Advanced Intimacy, and 4. Compassion.

Individually, The Love Path offers followers happiness and inner peace.  Collectively, The Love Path is a guide for those wishing to create Eden on Earth.  The choice is ours.

Averill Nicole Richardson was born in New Zealand in 1946, where she still resides.She has an academic background in psychology and education, and graduated MA (Hons) from The University of Auckland in 1986.  From a young age Averill displayed an offbeat curiosity about the meaning of life and a fascination for the topic of romantic love.  These interests ultimately led to a career in relationship counselling and sex therapy.  Her public reputation was enhanced when she formed a company, Couples That Work Ltd, facilitated workshops, and regularly presented her ideas as a love consultant on various national radio shows. Following her retirement from clinical practice, Averill moved south from the city of Auckland to  Matamata, a rural town in the Waikato Region.  There she pursues her interest in writing, both fiction and non-fiction, and is an avid follower of the performing arts.  She is the author of Improving the Odds: The remarriage gamble, HarperCollins, Auckland, 1994, and winner of the 2019 Ashton Wylie Trust unpublished manuscript award for The Love Path.

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