Awakening the Soul: Book 3: Restoring Your Spiritual Nature

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AuthorHouse, Nov 4, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 180 pages
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Advance praise for Awakening the Soul:

a truly remarkable guide to a meditative and prayerful process for any individual who seeks to reclaim his or her spiritual nature and be at one with the Creator. I have never read such a moving, carefully constructed, and feeling approach to the process. It will, I humbly suggest, change many lives. -- Joseph W. Dunn, Jr., Editor, A.R.E. Press


I believe Awakening The Soul is the key to the 12th Step (of Alcoholics Anonymous) Susana K., Oregon


We all agree on the brilliance of this work. -- Lisa Hagan, literary agent, Paraview, Inc., New York City


What a contribution Awakening the Soul is going to make! Your technique for communicating with higher consciousness is a must read for every professional in the field and every person interested in spiritual advancement. Your technique is clear, simple and can be used by a broad spectrum of people. As a psychologist, I can see it filling the needs of sophisticated clients in my Wall Street practice as well as the common man. Get this to a publisher ASAP! -- Dr. Garnet Beach, Ph.D., Psychotherapist


an extraordinary spiritual gift, which I wish to pass on to those who are awakening.

-- From the Preface


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CHAPTER ONE Secrets of the Soul
CHAPTER THREE Reunion With Your Soul
CHAPTER FOUR Becoming an Awakened Soul
CHAPTER FIVE Regaining Your Senses
CHAPTER SIX Pathway of the Soul

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About the author (2002)

Bill Missett, a retired California daily newspaper editor, lives in a small fishing/surfing village in Southern Mexico. Some 25 years ago, Bill experienced a life-saving incident of spontaneous mental telepathy while bodysurfing. That prompted more than two decades of study and investigation into metaphysics and psychic phenomena, which led to the spiritual experiences that created this book.

He is married to Patrice Perillie, a prominent human rights/political asylum attorney with offices in New York City and Oaxaca, Mexico. He is the father of two adult sons, Bill III and Jeffrey, who live in California. His interests include archaeology, artifact hunting, raising trees from seed, preparing homegrown chili spices, bodysurfing, bird watching, music and reading. He can be reached at or

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