Celebrity Love Architect Kailen Rosenberg’s reprinted book helps readers overcome the obstacles keeping them from true love.
Long before she wrote Real Love, Right Now, Celebrity Love Architect Kailen Rosenberg was an unofficial confidante to many people seeking change. It started when she was a model in her early 20s—friends would come to Rosenberg for superficial guidance like weight loss or beauty advice, but after working with her, the results proved improvements far more profound than just looks.
“I would dive into each of these people way beyond their appearance,” Rosenberg says. “And we noticed that they were disrobing the true reality behind the weight. They thought it was the weight that was keeping them stuck and unhappy in life, but, as their physical appearance changed, there was also a shift on a deeper level that helped them lose all of the other ‘weight’ in their life.”
Rosenberg’s book “Real Love, Right Now” was originally released in 2013.
From there, Rosenberg’s methodology was born and her practice took off. After countless success stories, she knew she wanted to bring the happiness and fulfillment created in her clients' lives to as many people as possible—and Real Love, Right Now was the way to do it.
Now, with the recent introduction of her luxury lifestyle and dating platform My Love Design, Rosenberg is reprinting her book with a new cover to share her process with even more people. Here’s a peek at what you’ll find inside.
Real Advice Based on Real Results
Originally published in 2013, Real Love, Right Now takes readers through Rosenberg’s proven process—an 11-step guide to overcoming the obstacles that keep you from finding your soulmate.
“What I had uncovered through my clients and from my own journey was something really profound,” she says. “I realized not only did [the process] work better than anything I've ever experienced through my own therapy, but also it was indirectly healing marriages, helping people lose weight organically and healing depression.”
Shaped over the course of 10 years, Rosenberg’s methodology focuses on love in the broader sense. She emphasizes that there is love around all of us, all the time, and teaches her clients and readers how to tap into it, understand it and welcome it into their lives.
Rosenberg has trademarked her methodology and applied it in her book and luxury lifestyle and dating platform My Love Design.
While the idea of love is immeasurable and a little vague, Rosenberg breaks it down into palpable practices in Real Love, Right Now. Acting as a step-by-step guide to finding authentic and meaningful connections, the book offers both thought-provoking exercises as well as concrete advice on what to do and what not to do on the journey to love.
“It provides an educational experience to find out the truth of who you really are, how to love yourself and how to better yourself,” Rosenberg says.
There are homework assignments in each chapter that allow readers to delve deeper into the book’s teachings—such as writing the story of your childhood and making a vision board. With actionable items like this, readers can make real strides rather than just ruminating on the words.
“The homework is where the change happens,” Rosenberg says. “That’s when I receive calls and emails saying, ‘I see this differently,’ or, ‘My marriage was saved.’”
In a world where everyone online seems perfect and self-help podcasts are supposed to cure your unhappiness for life, it’s refreshing to remember that everyone is human—and we all have ups and downs. Real Love, Right Now provides an approach to finding love with all of our human flaws in mind—and reminds us that we’re never alone in our suffering.
“The book allows people to recognize that there is always love, light and healing to tap into,” Rosenberg says. “People can experience dark times in many different ways, and it’s important to know that there’s always this lifeboat to save us.”
Rosenberg spent 10 years writing this book, based on her clients and her own experiences.
While writing the book, Rosenberg herself experienced lows she had to work through—proving no matter how enlightened or in touch with ourselves we are, we’ll always have to confront hardships, but we’ll be better for it in the end.
“There were times when I was in a space of suffering or I was being unhealthy or my husband and I were talking about divorce,” she says. “Then I would have a major conviction and break down. And when you break down, that's when you break open and you have the chance to grow again and move back up.”
Rosenberg’s process is replicated on her luxury lifestyle and dating platform My Love Design, where singles can attend events, match with compatible mates and meet like-minded people looking for love.
Learn more about My Love Design at mylovedesign.com.