Marianne Williamson, an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher, has helped millions reconnect to their spirituality and find inner peace.
She is author of 10 books, including the New York Times best-sellers A Return to Love, Everyday Grace, and The Age of Miracles. Her latest book, A Year of Miracles: Daily Devotions and Reflections, was released in December 2013.
In 2014, she made an unsuccessful bid for the U. S. House of Representatives from California’s 33rd District. "I’m disappointed, but I am not depressed," she wrote on her website after the loss. "I feel the campaign succeeded in many ways, holding a meaningful conversation and awakening many hearts and minds."
She has been a popular guest on television programs such as the Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Live, Good Morning America, and Charlie Rose. In December 2006, a Newsweek magazine poll named Williamson one of the 50 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."
In 1989, Williamson 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 more than 1,000 people daily. Williamson also founded the Department of Peace Campaign, a grass roots campaign to establish a United States Department of Peace.
Williamson’s other books include A Woman’s Worth, Illuminata, Healing the Soul of America, The Gift of Change, and Emma and Mommy Talk to God.
What People are Saying About Marianne Williamson
“[Marianne Williamson is] “one of the fifty most influential baby boomers.”
“Yoga, the Cabala and Marianne Williamson have been taken up by those seeking a relationship with God that is not strictly tethered to Christianity.”
“I consider Marianne to be one of our most profound teachers of transformational wisdom.”
—Wayne W. Dyer, author of The Power of Intention