We are delighted to announce that we’re working with New York Times best-selling author, Buddhist teacher, keynote speaker, and founder of the Open Heart Project Susan Piver on her new book, The Four Noble Truths of Love.
Susan Piver is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books, including The Hard Questions, the award-winning How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life, and The Wisdom of a Broken Heart. Piver has an international reputation for being an exceptionally skillful meditation teaching, holding regular workshops and talks on mindfulness, resilience, communication, relationships, and creativity. Additionally, Piver is the founder of The Open Heart Project—an online meditation centre that promotes mindful living. Known for her insight, clarity, and humour, Piver is comfortable engaging with global audiences in the thousands, and her mission is to teach everyone to slow down, give deeply, and create a life of fearlessness and authenticity.
In her upcoming book—The Four Noble Truths of Love—Piver explores some of the sources of problems that plague relationships. Sharing knowledge she has derived from over 20 years as a student (and later a teacher) of Buddhism, Piver takes her readers on a quest that applies the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism to love.
The Four Noble Truths of Love will be available in late Spring 2018.