The Enlightened Relationship : MASTERING THE METAPHYSICS OF LOVE By Steve Smith, LMFT


As humanity evolves into higher states of consciousness, so must our model of partner relationships. Author Steve Smith, LMFT, explains the benefits of transforming the faulty beliefs and assumptions we currently hold into the emerging paradigm of relationships. This new frontier includes a practical knowledge of metaphysical principles and how they directly impact our experiences. The author recounts his personal realization that at our very core exists the unconditional love of creation, which is the thread that binds us all together. With lighthearted humor, he describes how to cultivate this love and apply it in our lives so that we can experience the beauty and glory of an enlightened relationship.


Steve Smith, LMFT is an innovator in the field of relationship counseling. He infuses leading edge Psychology with timeless universal principles to assist couples and individuals in creating the relationships they truly desire. He has helped many clients with:

Communication problems
Financial stress
Parenting differences
Patterns of blame and defensiveness
Feeling disconnected
Healing from an affair
Infertility
And many others

Steve has helped many people overcome these challenges in counseling or coaching sessions and in the many workshops/classes he offers. He is the author of The Enlightened Relationship: Mastering the Metaphysics of Love, a visionary paradigm that serves as a beacon for couples to co-create their lives together. Currently he appears as an expert guest on local television, presenting a series on the components of this new paradigm. While at Stanford University, he competed in the classroom and on the football field as a student-athlete. He received his undergraduate degree from Stanford and went on to earn a Masters in Counseling Psychology from The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Steve founded The Enlightened Mind as a community resource center for Self awareness and inspiration.

Steve Smith, LMFT (An Introduction)

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