Diane Clarke

Biography

Diane Clarke is an evolved soul, a generous mother, a spiritual enthusiast and a huge lover of life!

Diane has been honing her spiritual knowledge for decades and has a high level of self-awareness, mindfulness and inner peace. She practices and teaches several alternate sciences like crystal healing, chakra healing, yoga, mudras, mindfulness, meditation exercises and plenty more. Through years of practice, she has mastered the art of finding solutions to common life problems INSIDE of herself, rather than mindlessly search for solutions outside. Now, she is eager to share her spiritual success and experiences with all her readers!

When people think of spirituality and meditation, they often think of monks sitting in temples. Not true!

Diane writes for people who want to learn about spirituality, and ALL its different practices. Whether your need is -simple happiness, restoring your health, deep inner peace and fulfillment, outer success, manifestation powers or profound self-knowledge, Diane is able to dig deep into her expertise and provide PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS for the modern, Western world.

This series of books is intended for those who are starting out on the path to Enlightenment. However, evolved seekers who already possess a good understanding of these concepts are sure to benefit from the proven methods inside these pages. Regardless of your background, Diane will give you something to think about, to elevate YOUR present life.

So take a read to benefit from years of experience and become a little more Enlightened today! :)

Where to find Diane Clarke online

Twitter: @dianezen
Facebook: Facebook profile

Where to buy in print


Books

101 Spiritual Quotes
Price: Free! Words: 3,190. Language: English. Published: October 5, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Reference » Quotations, Nonfiction » Philosophy » Buddhist
(5.00)
This is a short book with 101 of my favourite spiritual quotes in it for your easy access. I have compiled these quotes as motivation and inspiration for you when you need it

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