New Book Dares To Ask: Can Jealousy Be a Path to Unconditional Love?

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Dr. Deborah Anapol, author of The Seven Natural Laws of Love, will be releasing her new eBook, Compersion: Using Jealousy as a Path to Unconditional Love on Valentine's Day, February 14th and sharing her latest work at a weekend workshop in Georgia this March. She will be revealing her surprising discoveries about unconditional love as part of the curriculum in a workshop to be given at Pura Vida Retreat Center outside Atlanta. Her unique perspective includes understanding jealousy not as an emotion to be avoided, but rather as a way to create more love in your life.

Many of us have struggled to come to terms with jealousy over the years. Avoidance strategies vary widely from strict monogamy to maintaining "emotional insurance" through multiple relationships. Deborah Anapol, Ph.D. is proposing a novel concept: What if rather than being something to be avoided, jealousy is to be welcomed as a way to illuminate the subtle ways our ego insinuates itself into our spiritual endeavors, revealing powerful opportunities for personal evolution? Her new eBook, Compersion: Using Jealousy as a Path to Unconditional Love, offers a series of brief, inspirational thoughts on how to transcend jealousy. To view an excerpt, visit

Dr. Anapol explains, "The book grew out of my own experiences and those of many clients and workshop participants over the years processing their jealousy. It consists of a collection of one-page meditations. These meditations are intended to challenge and restructure common beliefs about the nature of love and relationship. This process of self-examination turns up whatever may be in the way of true unconditional love. The lesson is to let jealousy be your teacher."

She will be presenting these teachings experientially as part of Tantra: The Yoga of Love, at Pura Vida Retreat Center near Atlanta, Georgia, March 16th - 18th. People interested in participating may read more and register by visiting:
(Space is limited so early registration is advisable).

"Compersion is a made up word which means the opposite of jealousy. Many people have told me this work has been a lifesaver! It's guaranteed to raise your consciousness and give you a new perspective. Good medicine!"

Deborah Anapol, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, is the author of Polyamory: The New Love Without Limits; The Seven Natural Laws of Love ( and Compersion: Using Jealousy as a Path to Unconditional Love. She has been working with groups and individuals exploring conscious relating and sacred sexuality for over 20 years. She is a popular writer, seminar leader, and relationship coach. Her work has been featured on television & radio talk shows nationwide. Deborah's gentle wisdom and courageous heart have inspired many seekers on this path.

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