Cosmic Lovers

 

 A Journey to the Heart
of a Soul Mate Relationship

by Elly van Veen & Roderic Knowles

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Cosmic Lovers
by Elly van Veen & Roderic Knowles
2nd Edition
2008, Softcover
6" x 9" - 288 pages
ISBN 978-0-9561042-2-9
€15.00
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A True Love Adventure
Set in Ireland

Cosmic Lovers is a deeply moving, humorous, riveting and awe-inspiring account of two lovers who break free from society’s conventions and pioneer a whole new approach to relationships.

Written as a romantic adventure – a very gripping one – Cosmic Lovers contains more wisdom than many philosophical and spiritual books. It’s filled with perspectives, tools, & techniques that every reader can apply to their own love-life.

A true story, Cosmic Lovers takes the form of a dialogue between the lovers, which gives the reader the unique opportunity to witness a relationship unfold from both the man's and the woman's perspective.

“I was entranced, entertained and educated on every page. What an honour to be ‘a fly on the wall’ witnessing this utterly unique dance of intimacy, freedom, creativity, honesty, pain, joy and much more besides, spiral into a sensuous blending of the ordinary with the extraordinary, the mundane with the mystical, the irreverent with the sacred! … This is a ‘must read’ for anyone aspiring to a higher, more meaningful relationship. A bound-to-be modern classic.”

Ann Clare McCarthy, writer.

“It takes the reader into the spiritual realm of sexual bliss.”

Paula McLinchey, actress.

Best love story ever.”

– Afric Hamilton, critic.

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Chapter 1

Cosmic Dating Service

Elly

One sunny afternoon, I was sitting under a tree in my favourite wood in Warmond, Holland, reading a book on soul mates and how to meet one.

“All one has to do is ask the Universe,” it said.

“Amazing!” I thought.

I lay back against the tree, an old sequoia, and gazed out across the canal and meadows. Ducks, swans and waterfowl glided by. Swans, they had found their life-long mates and seemed to be happy. Cows grazed. They shared one randy bull. Not for me!

The sails of a windmill turned gently on the horizon.

Ask the Universe? Could it really be that simple? I wondered. The only way to find out was to try.

I yearned for a companion, a lover with whom I could share intimately and deeply, and lay there dreaming of the ideal man walking into my life.