Love Is the Only Pharmacy in Town: The Seven Spiritual Principles of Transformation

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 31, 2008 - Religion - 203 pages
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“.....When reading his book “Love is the Only Pharmacy Town”, your heart will open and expand to a new capacity. It is a must read this time in our evolution” Carolyn Craft, Executive Director Wisdom Radio “.......The essence of this book is to be inhaled like a fine bouquet, quietly within one’s inner world. Only then will we understand this fine collection of wisdom words. Pappas book renews us.” Risa D’Angeles, MA, Psychology “Let us welcome this book by Dr. Pappas as a fine contribution to the spirituality and even perhaps, the religion of the future. Rev. Richard S. Kirby, M.Div., Ph.D. Executive Director, Stuart Institute for Social Innovation “Love is the Only Pharmacy in Town is an accelerated course in shifting consciousness.” Carol E. Parrish Ph.D. Spiritual Teacher, Author “Most highly recommended” Sheila Grams, Publisher Leading Edge Review “A successful business man, has written a book that focuses on life’s bigger questions....” John Delmar, Book Critic The City Review and Love Magazine
 

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Contents

Endorsements
9
Awakening Is Offered to Each
23
Remember to Remember
63
Focus Intent To Begin
85
Envision Love Possibilities
109
Spirituality is Love Power
133
For A More Perfect World
155
One With The ONE
179
About the Author
203
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A successful entrepreneur and visionary offers MyMiracles to those seeking a new direction, hope, transformation, enlightenment and the quest for Miracles consciousness. Dr. Pappas is the author of five previous books, God Money, Be God, Dare to be Power, Love is the Only Pharmacy in Town, Remember Ye Are Gods and Synpan-Inside the Wellness Universe. He wrote his Ph.D. dissertation on Wellness. He lives in New York City and Athens, Greece with his wife, three sons and six granddaughters.

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