Guidespeak

Guidespeak

In the last few years, its become apparent that there is almost no part of our spiritual journeys that is as important as allowing, believing, and trusting in the existence of our soul guides. Whether you call them guides, guardian angels, intuition, or think of them as a little voice in your head, living out a successful earth life without them would be next to impossible. This book will delve into the who, what, where, and when of soul guides and help the reader to find a better connection to their own, personal guide.


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Publisher Balboa Press
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ISBN 1982210257
Pages 226 pages
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