Hello, Love…

Two reasons I’m grateful that you’re getting How To Be Loving

The world needs more Love and… well… that covers it, actually. The world includes You—in your kitchen, in your devotion, in your questions and blessedness. And here you are! THANK YOU. 

You showing up to help us broadcast about Loving Kindness is like an infinity loop of inspiration. (It’s also very Age of Aquarius and the best of collective intelligence.) United we… move humanity forward. 

Please check your inbox for an email titled: You’re IN! Loving Reminders from Danielle LaPorte
All the details on redeeming your bonuses are there. If you have any questions, caring humans are standing by: support@daniellelporte.com

Something to think about… UPGRADE your experience by purchasing ONE more copy of How To Be Loving as your admission to Church with D! A Sunday Love Stream with Danielle & Friends. Live events are better with friends. Gift a book to your true loves and you can keep talking about the lightbulbs and good news for… ever.

Only ever grateful and… SO EXCITED!

All my Love,


The How To Be Loving Book

is available in hardcover + digital + audiobook

is available in hardcover + digital + audiobook

A nuanced perspective on the power of self compassion, shadow work, and being more receptive to Higher Guidance. This is a guide on how to use the genius of your heart to create conditions for healing—yourself, and the collective. Designed with reflective practices + inspirational mini posters.

The How to Be Loving Journal

clear your mind and connect with the Divine…

clear your mind and connect with the Divine…

A deep journaling tool for becoming less reactive, more responsive and open to love. This journal is a resilience tool. Sprinkled with reflection prompts, tear out mini-posters + micro teachings guiding you to the portal of your inner knowing.

The How to Be Loving Deck

inspiration for kindness, resilience and all kinds of idealism

Inspiration for kindness, resilience and all kinds of idealism
70 cards of deep teachings and some poignant one-liners: “Embrace your contradictions.” “Use your mind for holy purposes.” “Ask your heart what it wants to tell your mind.” Use as conversation starters, journaling prompts or for tucking into love notes.