The Magical World of Madadme Metier—A Spiritual Fairy Tale
“I do not think I have ever read anything like this story. I giggle and smile and am awed again and again at the beauty of the poetric writing and the soul that is infused in every word and phrase. I have now, reluctantly, finished, and the story is still living with me. This should be on EVERY Best Seller list. It is amazing. Daphne’s writing is incredibly beautiful.”
—Bj H, Colorado
“I just read your new book, and I just loved it! Beautifully written, a beautiful story. Inspiring. A page-turner. Everything!!
—Judy R, California
The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart: An Audiobook
“Beautiful book. I listen to this book over and over and always find something new and deeper each time.”
“Very Powerful. I wish I could tell the world that this is a very special book and well worth every moment you listen!”
“Beautifully written and narrated. The author covers every aspect of life’s pitfalls and how to handle them. A very talented writer with heart.”
Truly Wonderful. I’ve already listened to portions twice. I found this book VERY inspiring, and I truly loved the performance. Daphne has true feeling and emotion to her voice and is a joy to listen to.”
The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart: An Emotional and Spiritual Handbook (paperback)
Whether you’re struggling with money problems, job loss, relationship issues, a health crisis or all of the above, this book will be a light unto your path. Along with giving sound practical advice, it will help you find a sense of peace and renewal.
“Anyone going through a dark night of the soul needs to read this book. It will be your closest companion and your most tender angel. Daphne Rose Kingma more than speaks to your soul; she knows how to heal it.”
–Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love
Publishers Weekly, The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart is “A lifeline for those in the isolating depths of personal tragedy. /With chapters dedicated to the necessity of tears, the freedom of letting go, and the fulfillment found in simple living, these ten practices techniques are very realistic indeed. But underlying the straightforward advice is an enlivening spiritual message. This work is about more than just getting by. It directs the reader toward transcendence and peace.”
Coming Apart: Why Relationships End and How to Live Through the Ending of Yours
Relationship’s coming apart and taking you with it? Then this is the book for you. For more than 25 years, the essential guide on living through the end of an intimate relationship.
Coming Apart will tell you why your relationship ended and how to go through the emotional process of letting go. No nonsense, factual, inspiring, and just plain incredibly helpful, COMING APART is a hand to hold while you go through the devastating heartbreak of ending a relationship.
“As I am going through the break-up of my thirty-two-year marriage, it is as though I am walking in a pitch dark place, not knowing whether I’m dead or alive. This book has given me the comfort and support I need in order to know that I’m not alone, and that there are steps I can go through toward healing this devastating pain.”
“Of all the books I’ve read on divorce and separation, this was the first to make me feel okay about the end of my marriage.”
“This book will help you to understand why your relationship ended and why you two got together in the first place. It’s a wonderful book! I highly recommend it to anyone who’s going through the pain of a breakup.”
“This book isn’t just for someone going through a break-up. It’s an eye-opening teaching about relationships in general. A must-have for anyone in a relationship—or anyone who wants to have a relationship.”
The Future of Love
Groundbreaking, controversial and inspiring, The Future of Love delivers the message that it is actually the soul—our spiritual essence—that is creating both havoc and beautiful changes in the world of our relationships.
Whether you’ve had a sequence of intimate relationships instead of a single life-long marriage, or your relationship life has followed what seems like a long and winding road, this book will help you see all your relationships from an enlightening spiritual perspective.
“Daphne Rose Kingma is one of the knowers on the planet, one of the women who see things and pass on the information. She takes our hands and guides us past the war zones of relationships to the peaceful meadows of a higher love.”—from the Foreword by Marianne Williamson.
Selected by “Conversations with God” author Neale Donald Walsh as “One of the Ten Books That Can Change the World.”
“THE FUTURE OF LOVE is a literary masterpiece. It shines like a star in the night, guiding us to a new and much improved view of ourselves and our relationship histories. With compassionate words and crystal-clear logic, Kingma explains why failure in love is actually impossible—because Love is who we are.
“This book has profound insight and brilliance on every page. Your eyes will be opened to the higher power of relationships that Kingma shows is very real, and very possible. An essential book for anyone who has been in a relationship. A definite must read!”
Finding True Love: The Four Essential Keys to Discovering the Love of Your Life
Multitudes of people who’ve read this book have finally found the love of their lives! So take heart. If you’re still looking for the person of your dreams, let this helpful, instructive, inspiring book show you the way. the love you’re looking for is also out there looking for you. Read this book and materialize the person /beloved/ of your dreams.
“If you haven’t yet discovered Daphne Rose Kingma, you’re in for a treat. In “Finding True Love,” Kingma shares wisdom gleaned from her 25 year career as a therapist, providing encouragement and inspiration for even the most lovelorn among us.”
“Kingma is a master at helping us unconditionally love ourselves as we learn to trust spirit to bring us the love of our lives—even when our hearts may have been broken so many times before. She shares touching stories that illustrate her points, and offers a glimpse of what love can be, if only we learn to allow it fully into our lives.“
“This book can change your life forever. I give it my highest recommendation!”
“After not being in a relationship for nine years, something opened for me after reading this book. Within three months, I found the love of my life, and we’ve now been happily married for more than four years!”
Weddings from the Heart: Contemporary and Traditional Ceremonies for an Unforgettable Wedding
Absolutely inspiring sermons, rituals, prayers, readings and teachings about weddings and marriage. Quoted in the NY Times for including the most unforgettable statement about marriage. Used by hundreds of thousands of people to custom tailor the ceremony for the most important day of their lives.
True Love: How to Make Your Relationship Sweeter, Deeper, and More Passionate Paperback
A simple, delightful, down-to-earth and incredibly helpful book on the simple practices of love that can make all the difference in your relationship. Multitudes of couples keep it on their beside tables, read a selection to each other every night and find that the their relationships improve by leaps and bounds.
365 Days of Love
Deceptively simple, provocatively profound—a collection of readings on love and relationships for every day of the year. The more you attend to love, the more love—in all its forms—will be available to you. Treat yourself to a reading from this inspiring book as you begin each day.
When You Think You’re Not Enough: The Four Life-Changing Steps to Loving Yourself (paperback)
Of all the forms of love, self-love is the most difficult. This book explains why it’s so darn hard to love ourselves and offers four simple yet profoundly effective steps on the path to self compassion. The great news is that you really can learn to love yourself even if you’ve had a terrible childhood and have no idea where to begin. This book will show you how. You’ll be amazed at the changes you can make and how great you’ll feel about yourself after you’ve made them. A little gem of a life-changer.
“This is a sweet, elegant, profound little book.” “This book is extraordinary. For a little book, it certainly packs a punch.” “Of the many Daphne Kingma books I have read over the years, this is my favorite. Daphne scores big with this one, reminding us that if we really do want “big love” in our lives, we absolutely have to love ourselves first. Then she expertly shows us how. I especially enjoyed reading about her remarkable journey trekking through the Himalayas in Bhutan. An amazing quest, which Daphne reminds us is symbolic of the inner journey we must all take.”
The Men We Never Knew: How to Deepen Your Relationship with the Man You Love (paperback)
Explains men like no other book you’ll ever read! At a time when men and women really need to understand each other—which is all the time—this book reveals the secrets of men’s hidden emotional lives so that women can better connect with them.
While men often admit they don’t understand women, women tend to assume they understand men–and therein lies the problem. This book sets the record straight and shows how very differently men and women live with their feelings. Learn men’s hidden emotional codes and how to encourage men to become more emotionally present.
A must-read for any woman trying to understand the man in her life and for men who are trying to understand themselves!
“This book offers hope and shines out as a gift of love to both men and women.”—John Gray, author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
“It joy to read a book written by a woman who cares so deeply about men’s inner lives.”—Mark Gerson, author of A Choice of Heros
“After reading The Men We Never Knew, I have so much more compassion for men and their dilemma in not being able to express their most tender emotions. I recommend this book for every adult woman who truly wants men to express themselves and to connect with them on a profound level.”
“This powerhouse of a book addresses very deep issues in understanding both men’s and women’s hearts and minds. Everyone who wants to understand men and women better will benefit from reading this book.”
“As I read this book, I saw so many of the men I have known, and I was finally able to understand what they were going through. Reading this book is giving me the opportunity to change my thinking about men and my relationships with men, not only romantic relationships, but all my relationships with men. I am going to give this book to all my women friends.”
The 9 Types of Lovers: Why We Love the People We Do & How They Drive Us Crazy
Everybody has a personality type and if you don’t know yours, your husband’s, your boss’s, your children’s or your in-laws’, life can be a challenge. This is a deceptively simple but extremely informative book about the nine garden-variety personality types we all engage with every day. Not only will it help you understand yourself and the people in your life, but because of knowing all the different types you will increase the harmony and pleasure in all of your relationships. Instead of blaming and judging, you’ll find yourself appreciating all the types because of their unique characteristics.
A definite boon to couples, this book has also been widely used in corporations for team building and just plain helpful psychological awareness. Learn your type and types of all the people you engage with.
“I found a great description of myself and my wife, and I was able to classify many others as well.” “This book is fun and easy to read. It outlines some very basic truths about How We Are, and is a great resource for anyone stuck in a pattern of choosing the same kind of (unsuccessful) relationship, over and over again.”
Loving Yourself: Four Steps to a Happier You
All the self-help books and advice, all the therapy and support groups, even the most fabulous, successful career in the world won’t really help at all—until we learn to love ourselves. In Loving Yourself, Daphne Kingma claims that until we practice loving ourselves–and it takes a lot of practice—we will never be able to love others fully and completely.
She writes, “For so many of us, loving ourselves is our greatest emotional problem. Kingma points out that self-love is not narcissism, egotism, greed, self-righteousness, self-involvement, stubbornness, or conceit. Rather, it is the singing spring from which we become who we were most truly meant to be.”