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Marianne Williamson: Surrender Your Weight Using Spiritual Lessons

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It's my honor and pleasure to interview the internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher Marianne Williamson. Today, you will learn how to shed unwanted weight as Marianne discusses principles in her latest book -- the acclaimed A "Course in Weight Loss: 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight Forever." Among her 10 published books, four of them -- including A Return to Love -- were #1 New York Times Bestsellers. A Return to Love is considered a must-read of The New Spirituality. A paragraph from that book, beginning "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure" - often misattributed to Nelson Mandela's Inaugural address - is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers. The Age of Miracles hit #2 on the New York Times Bestseller list. Marianne's other books include Everyday Grace, A Woman's Worth, Illuminata, Healing the Soul of America and The Gift of Change. Marianne has been a popular guest on television programs such as Oprah, Larry King Live, Good Morning America and Charlie Rose. Marianne is a native of Houston, Texas. In 1989, she founded Project Angel Food, a meals-on-wheels program that serves homebound people with AIDS in the Los Angeles area. Today, Project Angel Food serves over 1,000 people daily. Marianne also founded The Department of Peace Campaign, a grass roots campaign supporting legislation to establish a U. S. Department of Peace. In December 2006, a NEWSWEEK magazine poll named Marianne Williamson one of the fifty most influential baby boomers. According to Time magazine, "Yoga, the Cabala and Marianne Williamson have been taken up by those seeking a relationship with God that is not strictly tethered to Christianity."

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