Amazing Grace: The Nine Principles of Living in Natural Magic

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North Atlantic Books, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 211 pages
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It's official; embraced by everyone from stars like Uma Thurman and Woody Harrelson to average people who are seeking the best health possible, raw food and the live food lifestyle is “in.” But making that transition can be a challenge. That's where Amazing Grace comes in. Written by raw-foods authority David Wolfe with life coach Nick Good, this combination of personal story and motivational guide offers a wealth of ways to improve life, health, and spirit by adopting this nurturing, intuitive lifestyle. Amazing Grace shares Wolfe's secrets on how to become a superhero and lead a life full of fun, synchronicity, and magic. These secrets are based both on the personal experiences of the authors and the seven principles of Huna, the ancient Hawaiian shamanic tradition. With the addition of Grace and Forgiveness, they comprise nine powerful principles for success.

Equally useful whether reading cover to cover, sampling for nuggets of wisdom and inspiration, or retaining as a reference for support and guidance, Amazing Grace shows readers how to experience a new yet basic paradigm of possibility in an increasingly complex and confusing world.
 

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Great book. Very inspiring.

Contents

You ARg Being Called
1
raw magic The nine principles of living
15
The Seven Principles of Huna Principles Number 28 35
43
Principle Number NineForgiveness
126
Superhero activation
143
SELECTED POETRY 163
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Ormus
189
Resources
203
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David Wolfe conducts 70 to 80 health lectures and seminars each year worldwide, as well as hosting health, healing, and beauty retreats. The president of the Fruit Tree Planting Foundation, he lives in San Diego. Nick Good, PhD, is the founder of Success Ultra Now, a personal coaching company. He lives in England.

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