Sydney, Nsw Australia (PressExposure) March 01, 2007 -- Relationships are getting more difficult to sustain. Television is portraying relationships in such shows as desperate housewives and sex in the city, as places for desperate people. Chris Walker, is a real life Aussie who takes his passion for nature, and turns it into a bible for great relationship. He's an up front, hard hitting realist who believes "how can we expect global peace for 6.5 billion people when we can't even find it at home with 2. He's written a his latest book Sacred Love, to bring such an awareness to couples and singles globally.
Honeymoons are sacred times. And prove we can do love well. But what happens next. Like valentines day, some people get it right for 24 hours, and for the next 364 days, chill out waiting for complaints to cause action at home.
Time for a rethink - surely.
Sacred Love is about making the honeymoon last forever. It's not a romance novel or a sex text. It's a way of living that makes relationships last, it is a way of living that keeps relationships important. And that means - Sacred.
What greater expression of real life love for self is there than a loving relationship. Here, self help turns from obsession with self to obsession with other. We try to build the love and harmony at home that mirrors what we believe is good for the world. Love begins at home.