The Human Experience: Navigating the Seas of Consciousness - with Study Guide

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The Human Experience: Navigating the Seas of Consciousness, mini-book and study guide offers an in-depth exploration of the physical
experience and interrelationship of life and universal energy. The reader will be provided a chart in which to better maneuver and
utilize the natural ebbs and flows of energy encountered in the physical plane of existence. More

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About Patricia & Stanley Walsh

Patricia & Stanley Walsh

Patricia, an artist, photographer and writer and Stanley, a lecturer, therapist and writer bring a unique blend of spiritual intuition, vivid imagery and practical application to their writing.

Through Awakening Publications, they have published Ships Of Song, A Parable of Ascension, Eternal Dawn, A Parable of Transition books of visionary fiction, Energies Awakening, A Course in Universal Energy and Awakening Realities a book of therapeutic scripts.

In addition, they have authored the Awakening Series lectures and audio recordings for self-empowerment and spiritual identity and developed the New Realities therapeutic approach for creating positive change.

Their works are currently available through Baker & Taylor and New Leaf Distributors and carried by Amazon, Amazon Kindle& Audible. Their blog, Twitter followers/list and Facebook presence offers their daily inspirational message to over 100,000 people.

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Teri Dona Warner reviewed on Nov. 13, 2011

Yay, another wonderful volume from the Walshes regarding our metaphysical journey! I feel so connected when they release these mini-books. It seems that they are always published at a time when I am undergoing great personal transformation. Such a positive message, so enriching, makes me feel like I’m on the right track. The exercises seem to be poignantly relevant, so I look forward to spending a lot of time with this new book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Jami Donaldson reviewed on Nov. 9, 2011

Wonderful! AS always
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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