The Gentle Way: A Self-Help Guide for Those Who Believe in Angels

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Light Technology Pub, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 140 pages
"A Self-Help Guide for Those Who Believe in Angels Discover and strengthen your connection with your guardian angels. Create benevolent outcomes in every area of your life. This self-help book will put you back in touch with your guardian angels or strengthen your spiritual beliefs. You will have more fun and less stress in your life. It will assist you in achieving whatever goals you have set for yourself in your life. It will assist you in handling those major challenges we all experience in life. This book will even inspire you to learn more about our world and universe. How can I promise all these benefits? Because I have been using these concepts for over ten years, and I can report these successes from direct knowledge and experience. But this is a self-help guide, so that means that it requires active participation on your part. What you are going to read in this book is unique information that you have never seen before! This book is for people of all faiths and beliefs -- the only requirement is a basic belief in angels."

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About the author (2006)

Tom T. Moore has been president and CEO of his own international motion picture and TV program distribution business for the past twenty-four years. During this time, he has co-executive-produced several movies and TV shows and has traveled extensively as part of his business duties. Mr. Moore graduated with a BA in Business Administration from Texas Christian University and served in the U.S. Army as a first lieutenant. He is a native of Dallas, Texas, and is married with two children. He has been requesting benevolent outcomes for ten years and has a keen knowledge of how they can be used both in business affairs and in one's personal life, resulting in a more gentle, less stressful life -- the Gentle Way!

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