Becoming Your Best Self: The Guide to Clarity, Inspiration and Joy

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Llewellyn Worldwide, Limited, Jul 8, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 264 pages

What if you could receive Divine guidance at any time? What if you could clearly see your highest potential? What if you could heal the past, live joyfully in the present, and manifest your dreams in the future? You can, simply by using your intuition—even if you’ve never used it before.

In this delightfully inspiring book, Sara Wiseman teaches you how to establish a direct connection with the Divine that will raise your vibration, heal your heart, allow instant access to Universal information, and transform your life in the process.

Through step-by-step exercises you will learn a variety of life-changing skills—from attracting a soul mate to healing relationships to communicating with Divine guides and loved ones in spirit. Throughout, Wiseman shares simple yet profound messages from her spirit guides that open the path to a new level of consciousness and to your own spiritual awakening.

Praise:

“This is the one book about intuition—so practical, grounded, accessible, exceptional—that even the most skeptical reader can’t help but take to heart.”—Raphael Cushnir, author of The One Thing Holding You Back: Unleashing the Power of Emotional Connection


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About the author (2012)

Spiritual teacher and intuitive Sara Wiseman is the author of six insightful books on spirituality and intuition (including the new Living a Life of Gratitude: Your Journey to Grace, Joy and Healing; Becoming Your Best Self: The Guide to Clarity, Inspiration and Joy; Writing the Divine: How to Use Channeling for Soul Growth & Healing; and Your Psychic Child: How to Raise Intuitive & Spiritually Gifted Kids of All Ages). She hosts the popular radio show Ask Sara, and is a top contributor to DailyOM. She has released four healing music CDs with her band Martyrs of Sound. Visit her online at www.sarawiseman.com.

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