Guidebook for Perfect Beings: Practicing the Way Life Really Works

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Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 119 pages
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In The Handbook for Perfect Beings, B. J. Wall provides a step-by-step guide to working with the eight principles, or laws, that govern creation. This Guidebook is designed as a companion, to promote a deeper understanding of the Universal Laws. It can help you lead a happier, more rewarding and spiritual life.

In the Guidebook, Wall shares stories and life experiences to help you understand the Universal Laws on a deeper, more personal level. She explains how you can apply the Laws to finances, relationships and other aspects of everyday life. Each chapter contains special "challenges" to test your understanding and promote self-discovery.

As Wall writes, "Remember first that these laws are not to be viewed as rules in the traditional sense. You cannot break them. Try to view these laws as blueprints to the universe that define and describe our soul's inner workings. If you notice, they aren't saying that this is the only way 'or else.' Quite the contrary, you will learn a lot of great stuff about yourself you probably haven't heard before."

Here, the spiritual and the practical join hands to provide you with a unique guide to successful living.

Suppose all life operated according to a few basic laws.

Understand these laws, understand life.

Live according to the laws, live a productive and successful life.

Now you know such laws exist.

Put them to work in your life today.

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Chapter 1Introduction
Chapter 2You Have the Ability to Create Your Life
Chapter 3You Create in Circles

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About the author (2001)

Wall earned a master's degree in counseling in order to combine the metaphysical with the professional in her healing work. She has provided spiritual counseling for over eighteen years.

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