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Elemental Love Styles with Dr. Craig Martin

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Photobucket Dr. Craig Martin is a spiritual counselor, relationship expert, and author of Elemental Love Styles: Find Compatibility and Create a Lasting Relationship. He provides counseling based on astrology and his lifetime of studying worldwide spiritual practices like The Kabbalah, Druidic Mysticism, the Norse Ruins, Native American Shamanism and other ritual ceremonies. In his work he focuses on teaching self-awareness, acceptance and love in a simple way. He helps people realize that introspection doesn’t need to be difficult - but it is needed - to build great relationships in all aspects of your life. Dr. Craig developed his unique method of counseling by combining his experience as a homeopathic doctor with his extensive knowledge of astrology. He focuses on helping both individuals and couples achieve clarity and balance through self-discovery. In Elemental Love Styles people find and understand their deeper needs through the four natural elements which represent the human personality types: Fire (creative and enthusiastic), Air (communicative and social), Water (emotional and intuitive) and Earth (practical and grounded). Dr. Craig designed the elemental system to determine deeper love needs based on psychological types. Through in-depth explanations of each, questionnaires, real life scenarios and a break down of how the elemental types relate to one another, people are able to rejuvenate their relationships. “Love, honesty and inner growth are why we are here and what all relationships require. We want to feel that we are continuously becoming better people,” says Dr. Craig. Helping people achieve this common goal is what motivates him to share his messages. www.lifehealer.com www.doctorcraig.com
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