Ask Your Guides: Connecting to Your Divine Support System

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Hay House, Inc, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 257 pages
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We’re all spiritual beings with a spiritual support system on the Other Side that oversees and helps guide our lives from the moment we’re born to the moment we leave our physical bodies and return to Spirit. Not knowing this fact is a severe handicap, as the Universe is designed to care for and nurture all its creatures and help make our life’s journey easier and more successful. When we learn how to connect with our angelic guides, our lives naturally fall into a pattern of ease and flow during which we grow our souls, fulfill our life’s purpose, and make our time on Earth endlessly entertaining. 
This fascinating and inspirational book by Sonia Choquette provides all the information you need to help you connect with your spirit guides so that you can enjoy all the love, abundance, and joy you’re entitled to.
  

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User Review  - Bec Caratti capewell - Goodreads

Very well written. Lots of enlightenment and tips to help connect to your guides. A great beginners book as well Read full review

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User Review  - Deedre Statz - Goodreads

Fantastic book of accurate information tips and tools. Especially if you are new to working with Spirit, Angels and Spirit Guides Read full review

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Sonia Choquette is a world-renowned intuitive and spiritual teacher who specializes in helping us recognize that we’re all endowed with a sixth sense that we can count on. A masterful teacher committed to strengthening intuition in our daily lives, she’s the bestselling author of seven books and numerous audio editions. Sonia’s books are used in 17 universities.       
Sonia was educated at the University of Denver and at the Sorbonne in Paris, and holds a Ph.D. in metaphysics.

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