Susan Piver is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books, including the award-winning “How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life”, “The Wisdom of a Broken Heart”, and “Start Here Now: An Open-Hearted Guide to the Path and Practice of Meditation”.
Her new book is “The Four Noble Truths of Love: Buddhist Wisdom for Modern Relationships” (June 2018). Piver has been a practicing Buddhist since 1995 and graduated from a Buddhist seminary in 2004. She is an internationally acclaimed meditation teacher, known for her ability to translate ancient practices into modern life. Her work has been featured on the Oprah show, TODAY, CNN, and in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, MONEY, and others. In 2011, she launched the Open Heart Project, the largest virtual mindfulness community in the world. For more information, visit susanpiver.com.
Broken hearts, resentment, affairs, divorce. Why is it so hard to make relationships work?
This week’s conversation with New York Times bestselling author and mindfulness expert Susan Piver applies classic Buddhist wisdom to modern romance, to show that ancient philosophies have timeless—and unexpected—wisdom on how to love.
Her book, The Four Noble Truths of Love challenges the expectations we all have about dating, sex, and romance, liberating you from the habits, traumas, and expectations that have been holding back your relationships.
This mindful approach toward love aims to help you open your heart fearlessly, deepen communications with your partner, increase your compassion and resilience, and lead you toward a path of true happiness.
A lot to take away from this one!