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Looking Beyond: A Teen's Guide to the Spiritual World

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Who Do You Think You Are?
Have you ever wondered who you really are and what you are doing here? Believe it or not, the simple truth is that everything you want to know is already inside you. Renowned psychic and bestselling author James Van Praagh has learned a lot through his amazing ability to communicate with the spiritual realms, and in Looking Beyond he shares with
ebook, 176 pages
Published April 6th 2010 by Touchstone (first published September 30th 2003)
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Emmy Lou
It sounds as if van Praagh is writing to teens who want to become in tune with the spiritual world, not kids who are unconsciously tapping into it, who really need the answers. Most of this is the extreme beginners knowledge and on the point of everyone around you being your soulmates, as in the group of people you are reincarnated with time after time, is a bit sketchy to me. I'm not a believer in reincarnation, and nothing van Praagh has said has changed my stance on that issue.
this book is hard to explain because its a guide.if howeve you are into that sort of stuff as in spirits and ghosts and finding your sixth sense then thiis is good for you.

this book is mainly aimed at teenagers as were young and got alot going for us but we have to learn that we arnt alone and spirits and soul mates will guide us through out.

i strongly recomend this book
A high schooler's guide to psychic ability was a new concept to me, but actually clearly and concisely presented and, if basic, still rather informative.
Read this book in one night! Very good! :)
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His very natural, easy-going style would lead you to believe that James Van Praagh is chatting with a friend on the telephone, not communicating messages from the grave. James is a survival evidence medium, meaning that he is able to bridge the gap between two planes of existence, that of the living and that of the dead, by providing evidential proof of life after death via detailed messages. "I'm ...more
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