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The Six Archetypes of Love: From Innocent to Magician

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Addressing the need to understand the role of love in life, this compendium of startling insights relates love to the spiritual development in each of six universal archetypes. Attempting to answer such questions as What is love? How do we find it and how can we keep it? Why are there so many puzzling forms of it? and Why do so many people get it so wrong?, the book shows ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Findhorn Press
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Katherine Morrison
Aug 16, 2010 Katherine Morrison rated it really liked it
The Six Archetypes of Love: From Innocent to Magician by Dr. Allan G. Hunter offers the reader sagacious insight on the nature of love, loving, and being loved. A must read for those with a romantic soul, this book compels you to become reacquainted with you inner lover.
Allan Hunter
Dec 12, 2008 Allan Hunter rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Ever been confused about love? Who hasn't! If you want to find a way forward, then you'll have to think about who you are when you're in love, or looking for it, because we're often not the same people we are 'normally'. That's where the six archetypes come in. If you know which one you are presently living you can choose whether or not it actually 'fits' you, and what you have to do to get more real love in your life. After all, most people don't read a book about love unless they've ...more
Amanda Werlein
First things first, I won this book in First-Read giveaway.

This was probably the best nonfiction book I'll ever read. I'm notorious for hating nonfiction, but this book really kept my attention. It reads scientifically, almost like he wrote it as a dissertation-- but a really good one. It gave me guidance in my own life, and I felt like I could understand myself and my current relationships so much more, not to mention old friendships that dissolved that I thought I'd never be able to work throu
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I'm a professor at Curry College. Massachusetts, and a counselor. My doctorate is from Oxford University, in English Literature, and I'm fascinated by literature and by the way it explores the deep structures of the psyche.
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